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Friday 19th May 2017
Sunday 30th July 2017
10:00 - 19:00
73 days/nights
En Plo Gallery
  Pafos Harbour
Coastal Broadwalk, Paphos, Cyprus
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This exhibition includes multiple adaptations of themes from Greek mythology,
Cypriot history and nature of the Pafos region from the antiquity, the early
Christian years, the period during which it served as the island’s capital and
its current identity. The curator of the exhibition, Costas Serezis, has selected
more than 30 artists who represent different generations, styles and approaches
from Greece and Cyprus. The works include paintings, engravings, sculptures,
ceramics, mosaics, tapestry and photography.
Participating artists (amongst others): Andreas Charalambides (myth),
Giorgos Kotsonis (mosaic), Constantinos Yiannikouris (myth), Katerina
Yenikova Yiannikouri (tapestry), Michalis Charalambides (landscape), Andreas
Ladommatos (landscape), John Corbidge (ancient art in contemporary
compositions), Doros Partasides (photography), Varvara Georgiou (ceramic
sculpture), Athina Antoniadi (symbolic composition), Hambis Tsaggaris
(engravings) from Cyprus and Chrysa Vergi (landscape), Christodoulos Galtemis
(landscape, engravings), Constantinos Rammos (history of topography),
Stephanos Daskalakis (mythical and contemporary forms), Maro Kerasioti
(ceramic sculpture, mermaids), Vaggelis Moustaka (sculptures with molded
brass), Katia Kolefa (mosaics), Dimitris Talianis (photography) and Alexandras
Moustakas (surrealist reference to myth) from Greece.