Dimitra Lazaridou, Blue(s) warning. (Y. Klein's option), Color print on Archival cotton paper, 53x67 cm, Edition 1/9

Dimitra Lazaridou,
Blue(s) warning. (Y. Klein's option),
Color print on Archival cotton paper,
53x67 cm,
Edition 1/9

With its physical spaces temporarily closed due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, ALMA gallery is delighted to present its first exclusively online exhibition, ‘Meta-Kinesis’.

Presenting a curated selection of works by a multigenerational group of contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums, from abstract and figurative painting to sculpture, drawing and photography, the exhibition is built upon a twofold axis. On the one hand, it explores isolation, a familiar state for many of us during this time, while on the other hand it examines movement in a world that currently seems stagnant.

Self-isolation, which to many of us experiencing it at the moment seems strange and unusual, has always been essential to artistic creation, which by nature is a solitary occupation. An artist’s studio is an almost spiritual space, dedicated to experimentation, imagination and perpetual creation. Movement reigns within its walls, and will continue to do so even after the end of this global health crisis. Therefore, isolation and motion coexist harmoniously in Art. With ‘Meta-Kinesis’, the viewer is invited to a unique viewing of contemporary artistic creation that captures and redefines isolation, while at the same time foreshadows the intense and exciting mobility that is to follow.

Dimitra Lazaridou, «I confess». (A Hitchcock’s universal Truth), Color print on Archival cotton paper, 53x67 cm, Edition 1/9

Dimitra Lazaridou,
«I confess». (A Hitchcock’s universal Truth),
Color print on Archival cotton paper,
53x67 cm,
Edition 1/9

Kostas Lavdas, The golden girl, Acrylics on wood, 76,5x91,5 cm, 2020

Kostas Lavdas,
The golden girl,
Acrylics on wood,
76,5x91,5 cm,
2020

Kostas Lavdas, Come out n’ play, Acrylics on wood, 43x46,5 cm, 2020

Kostas Lavdas,
Come out n’ play,
Acrylics on wood,
43x46,5 cm,
2020

Kostas Lavdas, The inflatable balloon, Acrylics on wood, 76,5x91,5 cm, 2020

Kostas Lavdas,
The inflatable balloon,
Acrylics on wood,
76,5x91,5 cm,
2020

Michalis Kallimopoulos, World, 2016

Michalis Kallimopoulos,
World,
2016

Sculptural installation in two groups of three. Open number of 3D objects (.obj) designed in Blender 2.77 programme, accompanied by a catalogue, available both in digital and printed format. Printed statues, painted, numbered and signed. Materials: Z-Ultrat plastic, acrylic paint, pencil. 3-D printing 140 microns on Zortrax M200 printer.

Unique statues in groups of three. Dimensions: 11 cm. max height. Available as print on demand 7/7. Colour of base: off-white. The works are created to order. The process can take up to a month and a half. Courtesy of a.antonopoulou.art gallery.

Michalis Kallimopoulos, World, 2016

Michalis Kallimopoulos,
World,
2016

Kyriakos Mortarakos, The window was here, Oil on canvas, 50x70 cm, 2020, Courtesy of Zoumboulakis Galleries

Kyriakos Mortarakos,
The window was here,
Oil on canvas,
50x70 cm,
2020,
Courtesy of Zoumboulakis Galleries

Kyriakos Mortarakos, Yellow Interior, Oil on MDF paper, 35x50 cm, 2014, Courtesy of Zoumboulakis Galleries

Kyriakos Mortarakos,
Yellow Interior,
Oil on MDF paper,
35x50 cm,
2014,
Courtesy of Zoumboulakis Galleries

Kyriakos Mortarakos, Crisis, Oil & painted photograph on MDF paper, 35x50 cm, 2016

Kyriakos Mortarakos,
Crisis,
Oil & painted photograph on MDF paper,
35x50 cm,
2016

Tassos Missouras, In the middle of nowhere, Oil on canvas, 46x96 cm, 2019

Tassos Missouras,
In the middle of nowhere,
Oil on canvas,
46x96 cm,
2019

Tassos Missouras, Untitled, Oil on canvas, 30x40 cm, 2019

Tassos Missouras,
Untitled,
Oil on canvas,
30x40 cm,
2019

Tassos Missouras, Present Perfect, Oil and acrylics on canvas, 41x61 cm, 2019

Tassos Missouras,
Present Perfect,
Oil and acrylics on canvas,
41x61 cm,
2019

Tassos Missouras, Careful reversal of syntax, Oil and acrylics on canvas, 41x61 cm, 2019

Tassos Missouras,
Careful reversal of syntax,
Oil and acrylics on canvas,
41x61 cm,
2019

Ilias Papailiakis, Narcissus, Ink on paper, 100x100 cm, 2020

Ilias Papailiakis,
Narcissus,
Ink on paper,
100x100 cm,
2020

Ilias Papailiakis, Pregnant woman in profile, Ink on paper, 100x100 cm, 2020

Ilias Papailiakis,
Pregnant woman in profile,
Ink on paper,
100x100 cm,
2020

Konstantinos Patsios, Grand Interieur Noir, Collage on paper, 60x80 cm, 2016

Konstantinos Patsios,
Grand Interieur Noir,
Collage on paper,
60x80 cm,
2016

Konstantinos Patsios, Roi Mat, Collage on paper, 70x70 cm, 2014

Konstantinos Patsios,
Roi Mat,
Collage on paper,
70x70 cm,
2014

Konstantinos Patsios, Collage on wood, 50x70 cm, 2019

Konstantinos Patsios,
Collage on wood,
50x70 cm,
2019

Spiridoula Politi, Untitled, Oil on canvas, 50x70 cm, 2018

Spiridoula Politi,
Untitled,
Oil on canvas,
50x70 cm,
2018

Spiridoula Politi, From the series ‘Made by Loula in Gr.’, Acrylics, ink and pastels on canvas, 70x100 cm, 2016

Spiridoula Politi,
From the series ‘Made by Loula in Gr.’,
Acrylics, ink and pastels on canvas,
70x100 cm,
2016

Andreas Voussouras, Plexiglas and rose thorns, Each panel 20,5x40 cm, 2012

Andreas Voussouras,
Plexiglas and rose thorns,
Each panel 20,5x40 cm,
2012

Andreas Voussouras, Collage on paper, 50x35 cm, 2011

Andreas Voussouras,
Collage on paper,
50x35 cm,
2011

Andreas Voussouras, Print on wood, nails & paraffin, 160x64x5 cm, 2009

Andreas Voussouras,
Print on wood, nails & paraffin,
160x64x5 cm,
2009

Vangelis Pliarides, Tapactuan, Watercolour και oil pastels on hand-made paper, (frame not included), 41x30 cm, 2008

Vangelis Pliarides,
Tapactuan,
Watercolour και oil pastels on hand-made paper,
(frame not included), 41x30 cm,
2008

Vangelis Pliarides, Tee rak, Watercolour και oil pastels on hand-made paper, (frame not included), 39x42 cm, 2009

Vangelis Pliarides,
Tee rak,
Watercolour και oil pastels on hand-made paper,
(frame not included), 39x42 cm,
2009

Irene Matsouki, Lunch, Oil on canvas, 120x100 cm, 2020

Irene Matsouki,
Lunch,
Oil on canvas,
120x100 cm,
2020

Irene Matsouki, Red, Oil on canvas, 100x70 cm, 2020

Irene Matsouki,
Red,
Oil on canvas,
100x70 cm,
2020

Panayiotis Siagris, Sit, monkey…, Watercolour and oil on canvas, 100x120 cm

Panayiotis Siagris,
Sit, monkey…,
Watercolour and oil on canvas,
100x120 cm

Stamatis Theocharis, Synthesis, Acrylics on canvas, 50x40 cm 2020

Stamatis Theocharis,
Synthesis,
Acrylics on canvas,
50x40 cm
2020

Stamatis Theocharis, Pornstar, Acrylics on canvas, 100x70 cm 2020

Stamatis Theocharis,
Pornstar,
Acrylics on canvas,
100x70 cm
2020

Katerina Mertzani, Zootopia 1, Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil, 34x34 cm, 2020

Katerina Mertzani,
Zootopia 1,
Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil,
34x34 cm,
2020

Katerina Mertzani, Zootopia 2, Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil, 31x30 cm, 2020

Katerina Mertzani,
Zootopia 2,
Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil,
31x30 cm,
2020

Katerina Mertzani, Zootopia 3, Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil, 30x21 cm, 2020

Katerina Mertzani,
Zootopia 3,
Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil,
30x21 cm,
2020

Katerina Mertzani, Zootopia 4, Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil, 30x21 cm, 2020

Katerina Mertzani,
Zootopia 4,
Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil,
30x21 cm,
2020

Katerina Mertzani, Zootopia 5, Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil, 30x21 cm, 2020

Katerina Mertzani,
Zootopia 5,
Collage on paper, acrylics, pencil,
30x21 cm,
2020

Alexia Marouli, The Solitude of Raven, Rapidograph pen, pencil and colour pencils on paper, 42x62 cm. (size varies), 2020

Alexia Marouli,
The Solitude of Raven,
Rapidograph pen, pencil and colour pencils on paper,
42x62 cm. (size varies),
2020

Alexia Marouli, Nesting, Pencil and colour pencils on paper, 45x70 cm. (size varies), 2020

Alexia Marouli,
Nesting,
Pencil and colour pencils on paper,
45x70 cm. (size varies),
2020

Kyriaki Mavrogeorgi, Along the edge, Porcelain, 36x18 cm, 2019,Courtesy of Gallery Genesis

Kyriaki Mavrogeorgi,
Along the edge,
Porcelain,
36x18 cm,
2019,
Courtesy of Gallery Genesis

Kyriaki Mavrogeorgi, Escape -Thank you for the day, Porcelain (metal toy), 24x23 cm, 2019,Courtesy of Gallery Genesis

Kyriaki Mavrogeorgi,
Escape -Thank you for the day,
Porcelain (metal toy),
24x23 cm,
2019,
Courtesy of Gallery Genesis

Xenofon Bitsikas, “T_A2_2020” (series “lockdown diary / 2020”), Mixed media on paper, 24x51 cm, (each design 24X17 cm), Courtesy of Zoumboulakis Galleries

Xenofon Bitsikas,
“T_A2_2020” (series “lockdown diary / 2020”),
Mixed media on paper,
24x51 cm, (each design 24X17 cm),
Courtesy of Zoumboulakis Galleries

Vana Fertaki, The plague doctor, Varnish and oil on canvas, 200x150 cm, 2020

Vana Fertaki,
The plague doctor,
Varnish and oil on canvas,
200x150 cm,
2020

Vana Fertaki, Space, Varnish and oil on canvas, 40x40 cm, 2020

Vana Fertaki,
Space,
Varnish and oil on canvas,
40x40 cm,
2020

Vana Fertaki, Space, Varnish and oil on canvas, 20x30 cm, 2020

Vana Fertaki,
Space,
Varnish and oil on canvas,
20x30 cm,
2020

George Kazazis, Pencil on paper, 35x50 cm, 2019

George Kazazis,
Pencil on paper,
35x50 cm,
2019

George Kazazis, Pencil on paper, 75x55 cm, 2018

George Kazazis,
Pencil on paper,
75x55 cm,
2018

George Kazazis, Pencil on paper, 75x55 cm, 2020

George Kazazis,
Pencil on paper,
75x55 cm,
2020

George Kazazis, Lacrimosa, Oil on canvas, 60x60 cm, 2018

George Kazazis,
Lacrimosa,
Oil on canvas,
60x60 cm,
2018

Μichalis Manousakis, Passage from a different place and time, Acrylics and charcoal on wood, 50x70 cm, Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis,
Passage from a different place and time,
Acrylics and charcoal on wood,
50x70 cm,
Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis, The generosity of bowing, Acrylics and charcoal on wood, 50x70 cm, Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis,
The generosity of bowing,
Acrylics and charcoal on wood,
50x70 cm,
Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis, The horror of sunset, and the sunrise that is not night, Acrylics and charcoal on wood, 70x33 cm, 2017, Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis,
The horror of sunset, and the sunrise that is not night,
Acrylics and charcoal on wood,
70x33 cm,
2017,
Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis, Erotic fight with spikes, Acrylics and charcoal on wood, 40x40 cm, 2017, Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis,
Erotic fight with spikes,
Acrylics and charcoal on wood,
40x40 cm,
2017,
Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis, Like an icon, like an offering, Acrylics and charcoal on wood, 40x40 cm, 2017, Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Μichalis Manousakis,
Like an icon, like an offering,
Acrylics and charcoal on wood,
40x40 cm,
2017,
Courtesy of Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery

Mantalina Psoma, Leaving Home, Bic pen on paper, 34x29 cm, 2020

Mantalina Psoma,
Leaving Home,
Bic pen on paper,
34x29 cm,
2020

Manolis Charos, Corinth. On the Move, Acrylics and ink on printed paper, framed (unique piece), 65x55 cm

Manolis Charos,
Corinth. On the Move,
Acrylics and ink on printed paper, framed (unique piece),
65x55 cm

Manolis Charos, En PLO, Acrylics and ink on printed paper, framed (unique piece), 65x55 cm

Manolis Charos,
En PLO,
Acrylics and ink on printed paper, framed (unique piece),
65x55 cm

Artists’ Bios

Xenophon Bitsikas was born in Ioannina in 1963. He studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts under Dimosthenis Kokkinidis (1988-1994). He pursued his studies at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1994-2000) on a Greek State Scholarships Foundation grant. He has won various awards in Greek and international painting competitions. His works have been acquired by the National Gallery – Alexandros Soutsos Museum, the Fundació Ynglada Guillot Real Academia de Bellas Artes San Jordi in Barcelona, the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki, the Spyropoulos Museum, the Vorres Museum, the Frissiras Museum. He is a Professor at the Department of Fine Arts and Art Sciences, University of Ioannina and as of 2015 he has been appointed Dean of the Department. He lives and works in Ioannina.

Manolis Charos was born in Kythira in 1960. He studied engraving and painting at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts (1978). He completed postgraduate studies on image communication at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs. In 1984 he was awarded the Pris des Fondations in the field of lithography. In 1998 he was awarded the Prize of the Academy of Athens for a painter under the age of 40. In 2000 and 2001 he worked as a Visiting Artist at Princeton University in the USA. He has participated in many important thematic exhibitions in Greece and abroad.

Vana Fertaki was born in Athens. She studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1996-2002), and graduated with Distinction. She has had seven solo exhibitions (Alma Gallery, Ikastikos Kiklos, Milo Gallery) and in 2017 she participated in the Set Up Contemporary Art Fair of Bologna with Alma Gallery. She has participated in many group exhibitions and art fairs in Greece and abroad, such as Art Athina Summer Pop Up 2019, Art Market Budapest 2018, Breath-Art Thessaloniki Fair 2018, Art Athina 2017 and 2018 etc. Her works are in collections in Greece and abroad.

Michalis Kallimopoulos was born in Athens in 1970. He is an artist and art teacher. He studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. He has had solo exhibitions in important contemporary art galleries, such as a.antonopoulou.art gallery and Nees Morfes Gallery, and many group exhibitions (Michalis Kakogiannis Foundation, Cyclades Art Gallery, Benaki Museum, etc.). His works are included in important private collections. He organises visual literacy workshops for the general public as well as art anatomy workshop for sculptors.

George Kazazis was born in Athens in 1958, where he lives and works. Since 1990 he has been a member of the faculty of the School of Fine Arts (currently holding the position of Associate Professor). From 1985 until today he has held nine solo exhibitions (Alma Gallery, Gaia Gallery, Art Kessaris, Art Act, Els Hanappe Underground, MEDOUSA) while from 1984 until today he regularly participates in many important group exhibitions every year (Art Prisma Gallery, Siadi Art Circle, TAF-The Art Foundation, Alma Gallery, etc.) curated by important curators such as Giannis Bolis, Nikos Vatopoulos, Vassilis Fioravantes, Artemis Potamianou and many others.

Kostas Lavdas studied graphic design from 1997 until 2001, and worked as a graphic designer for the newspaper To Paron. During 1998 he attended drawing lessons with Marouso Laouraki. From 1998 to 2002 he studied Byzantine icon painting under D.Tzovaras and G Laganis. Then from 2002 to 2003 he attended the art school Iconurgia, where he developed his knowledge of composition under the guidance of G. Kordis. Since 2007 he has been studying Greek civilization through the Hellenic Open University.

Dimitra Lazaridou was born in 1966 in Alexandroupolis. She studied Visual Communication at Hoschule der Künste in Berlin, where she completed her postgraduate studies. She has presented multiple solo exhibitions in Greece, Italy and the USA, and she has participated in many group exhibitions in galleries and museums in Greece and abroad, such as at the Thessaloniki Photography Museum, Théâtre de la Photographie et de l'Image (Nice, France), the Maison Européene de la Photographie (Paris), Fondazione Mudima (Milan), etc. Her works are in the collection of the National Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Photography of Thessaloniki, in the collection of Martin z. Margolies at Maimi (Florida), Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore M.D.), Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina (Greensboro) and other private and public collections in Greece and the United States. She lives and works in Athens.

Michalis Manousakis was born at Chania, Crete (1953). He studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1979 - 1984), under professor D. Kokkinides. He taught painting at the Children’s Department of Art, Chalkis (1985-1990). Since 1979, he has presented his works in personal and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad (U.K., Italy, Germany, Estonia, Switzerland, Russia, Turkey, China, Japan, France). In 1994 he shared the prize for the best art stand with the Greek delegation at the Biennale of Alexandria. In the Museum of New Art, Estonia, in 2004 he was awarded the second prize of the public, within the frame of an exhibition dedicated to the Olympics of Athens. Since 1987, he has taught painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts, and in 2014 he was appointed Professor and Director of the E’ Workshop of Painting.

Alexia Marouli was born in Athens in 1992. She studied painting at the Department of Fine Arts and Technology at AKTO school, under Tassos Missouras. She graduated with a distinction in 2013. She is currently pursuing a postgraduate degree in painting at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Irene Matsouki was born in Athens in 1965. She studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1987-1993) under Panayotis Tetsis and Rena Papaspyrou. She continued at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, under a Greek state scholarship, and carried out postgraduate studies in painting at Byam Shaw School of Art (1994-1995) in London. She has held numerous solo exhibitions, and has participated in any group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.

Kyriaki Mavrogeorgi was born in Athens. She studied Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens and Painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts, in the workshop of Nikos Kessanlis and then with Rena Papaspyrou. During her final year of studied, she attended the sculpture workshop of George Lappas. She has presented three solo exhibitions at Genesis Gallery in Athens and has participated in group exhibitions in Greece and Austria. Her works are in private collections in Greece and abroad.

Katerina Mertzani was born in Livadia in 1949. She studied at the School of Fine Arts: painting with Nikos Nikolaou and Giannis Moralis, stage design with Vassilis Vassiliadis, typography with Giannis Papadakis and design at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, under Vladimir Velickovic and Alain Challier. Her works are in public and private collections in Greece and abroad. She lives and works in Athens.

Tassos Missouras was born in Larissa in 1963. He studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts. He graduated with honors in 1986, and the following year continued his studies with a French state scholarship at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, under Leonardo Cremonini. In 1988 he received a three-year scholarship from the Greek state to study at the École nationale supérieure des Arts Decoratifs. Since 1988, he has been regularly participating in group exhibitions, while at the same time he has held numerous solo exhibitions. His works are in important public and private collections in Greece and abroad. He lives and works in Athens.

Kyriakos Mortarakos was born in Athens in 1948. He studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1970-76). In 2005 he became a Professor at the University of Thessaloniki, in the School of Fine Arts, Department of Fine and Applied Arts. Since 2015 he has been an Emeritus Professor at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His works are in museums, galleries, banks (such as the European Central Bank) and in private collections. He has had many solo exhibitions in Greece and America. He lives and works in Athens.

Ilias Papailiakis was born in 1970 in Crete. He studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1990-1996). In 1998 he was awarded the first prize of the Spyropoulos Museum. In 2001 he represented Greece in the Venice Biennale. In 2009, the Greek Cultural Foundation presented a solo exhibition of the artist in Berlin. In 2013 he was nominated for the DESTE award and in 2015 the independent signal art center (Sweden) presented his work in collaboration with P. Oliveiros. In 2017 he participated in documenta14. He has presented his work in twenty-two solo exhibitions. He has participated in many group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. Since 2009 he has been teaching at the Department of Architectural Engineering of the University of Patras. His works are in private and public collections.

Konstantinos Patsios was born in Athens in 1977. He studied at the Rhodes Island School of Design (1990) and the School of Fine Arts (2002-2007) with professors Y. Psychopaidis and M. Spiliopoulos. He graduated with honors. He has held many solo exhibitions (Melkart Gallery, Alma Gallery, Underdog Gallery, Cube Gallery, Hydra Hotel et al.) and has participated in important group exhibitions and art fairs in Greece and abroad.

Vangelis Pliarides studied at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts of the School of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He attended postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Art (1994). He is a Professor at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts of the Aristotle University. He has participated in many art exhibitions and art festivals, and has been honored many times for his work.

Spiridoula Politi was born in Greece, in 1957. She studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1983-1987) with professor N. Kessanlis. Since 1987 she has held more than ten solo exhibitions (Ekfrasi Gallery, Palais Hirsch Germany, art forum gallery Thessaloniki, Gallery 7 etc.). She has also created important installations and performances, while from 1982 until today she regularly participates in group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, curated by important curators including Yiannis Bolis, Iris Kritikou, Manos Stefanidis and many others.

Mantalina Psoma was born in Athens in 1967. She studied at the School of Fine Arts in Berlin (Hochschule der Kuenste Berlin, 1991, postgraduate 1992). In 2002 she was selected as the only painter from Greece to participate in the “Vitamin P, New Perspectives in Painting” list of Phaidon Press. He has had many solo and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. She lives and works in Athens.

Panagiotis Siagris was born in Piraeus in 1966. He graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts in 1990, with honors. He has presented 13 solo exhibitions (Ikastikos Kiklos Sianti, Titanium Yiagianos Gallery, Gallery 3, Gallery Maria Papadopoulou, Gallery Gloria). He has participated in several group exhibitions in Greece, Cyprus, Britain, Italy (Florence Biennale), Egypt (Alexandria Biennale), art market Budapest 2018(Gallery Alma) Romania and Shanghai. He has also exhibited in Art Athina (2005, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017,2018,2019) and in Art Thessaloniki (2016,2017, 2018,2019) while his work can be found in important collections and Museums in Greece, Cyprus and elsewhere abroad.

Stamatis Theocharis was born in Athens. He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Thessaloniki and graduated with honours in 2000. He has taken part in various group exhibitions in Athens and Thessaloniki, as well as in Art Athina in 2000.

Andreas Voussouras was born in Athens in 1957. He studied sociology (1979-82) at the University of Nanterre, in Paris. Parallel to his career as an artist he has also worked as a set designer and sound editor for dance and theatre groups. He is a member of art groups ‘Provo Principles’ and ‘Horror Vacui’. He has had 20 solo exhibitions and has participated in many group exhibitions in Greece, Europe and America. His works are in the collections of the State Museum of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki, the Center of Contemporary Art of Rethymno, as well as in private collections in Greece and abroad. He lives and works in Athens.