3D Boat

Title of work: 3D Boat
Year: 2019
Artist: Antonis Kastrinakis
Medium: Hand painted cardboard boat in plexiglass box
Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 10,5 cm
Signature: Hand signed
Edition: This is part of a editioned multiple set
Certificate of authenticity: This work includes certificate of authenticity hand-signed by the artist
Giftbox packaging option: Available at checkout


€645,16
Title of work: 3D Boat
Year: 2019
Artist: Antonis Kastrinakis
Medium: Hand painted cardboard boat in plexiglass box
Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 10,5 cm
Signature: Hand signed
Edition: This is part of a editioned multiple set
Certificate of authenticity: This work includes certificate of authenticity hand-signed by the artist
Giftbox packaging option: Available at checkout
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About the Artist

Antonis Kastrinakis

Antonis Kastrinakis was born in Athens in 1958. He studied at the Vakalo School with professors P. Tetsis, John Vallavanidi Vangelis Dimitreas Helen Vakalo, and others. and graduated in 1981.  From 1987 until now has made 19 solo exhibitions of painting - sculpture and has participated in several group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. In 1999, he focused on sculpture and building and created the boat, a special form that characterises him until today with exuberant vitality and enthusiasm as a true artist. Since 2004 he has been collaborating with the Benaki Museum. His works are found in Museums and private collections. In Greece at the Vorres Museum; the collections of Nikolas A. Vernikos; Dimos Kyprianou; Dimitris Papadimitriou; Florica Kyriacopoulos and others. In Switzerland, in the Patrick R. Hardmeyer collection, and in the United States in the collection of Rick L. Wright and others.