MAY 30 - JUNE 30, 2023

SECRET IDENTITIES

AGNETHA SJÖGREN | ANDRÈ MONET | ANDREAS TOLALLIS | BRIGITTE POLEMIS | IRENE VERGITSI | CAROLINE ROVITHI | LEFTERIS KLOUVATOS | MARCELO ZEBALLOS | RANIA SCHORETSANITI | VASSILIKI

We are excited to announce the upcoming art exhibition, Secret Identities, a collective showcase that dives into the depths of unseen narratives and concealed meanings within art. Each artist has a secret identity, embedded in the layers of their work, waiting to be discovered by the discerning viewer. This collective show is an invitation to journey into the depths of art, to uncover these hidden meanings, and to let them resonate within you. As you walk through the exhibition, we invite you to contemplate: What secret messages lie beneath the surface? How do the artists' hidden intentions alter our perception of their work? Is what you perceive the same as the person next to you? In this event, you won't be a mere observer, but an active participant in the narrative of each artwork. To make this journey more enlightening, most artists will be present at the opening to engage, discuss, and perhaps reveal a glimpse of their secret identities. Join us on this exhilarating journey of discovery as we peel back the layers of artistry and delve into the depths of Secret Identities. Find resonance in the echoes of their creations and, perhaps, awaken a secret identity within you.

From the profound collage series of André Monet, where the world's most iconic faces take on intimate dimensions, to Rania Schoretsaniti's "Punishment" series, a symbolic narrative of spiritual ascent and human transcendence - each piece of art is a hidden world of its own.

Vassiliki takes us on a journey of sacred geometry, where every line and shape seeks the unity of spirit and matter  while Brigitte Polemis’s “Just a Number” collection humorously questions issues of conformity and standardization. The lover of femininity, Marcelo Zeballos, through an explosion of colours redefines the female protagonist in a cinematic way.

Andreas Topallis (Amarildo) morphs emotions into shapes and colors, creating a therapeutic environment. In contrast, Irene Vergitsi's “escaping reality” series empowers viewers by painting classic superheroes breaking through reality while Lefteris Klouvatos escapes from the classic series of paintings through the gate of his childhood’s nostalgia where he meets again with his favorite iconic companions.

Caroline Rovithi delves into the power of words, and how they shape our reality, while Agnetha Sjögren’s dog sculptures are a three-dimensional canvas telling a unique story, reflecting the artist’s perception of the 'nice' dog.

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