Art Market Budapest 2018

11 – 14 October 2018
ALMA GALLERY Millenáris, Budapest
Booth: G405
PARTICIPANTS Vana Fertaki ·
George Kazazis ·
Konstantinos Patsios ·
Panagiotis Siagreece

According to a text presenting the artists written by the visual artist and Professor at the Athens School of Fine Arts George Kazazis, Vana Fertaki uses schematic symbols that create forms and forms create communication. Religious representations of imaginary and metaphysical forms co-exist with decorative elements-motifs, transforming the artwork into a totem of purgation.

Vana Fertaki

Vana Fertaki

Panagiotis Siagreece’s intricate spaces-representational and abstract-,with intense architectural elements, composing representations of imaginary and metaphysical landscapes that comment on architectural memory and the time of the latter. Views of buildings and elements from life-experience merge with impenetrable obsession,so that he ends up transforming them into a new genre of imaginary-urban landscape.

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

Panagiotis Siagreece

In Konstantinos Patsios’s works appears a new dimension of collage:time. A time machine that essentially functions with motion from one point in time to another. This asynchronous state produces the “timeless time” that he is looking for. Time becomes material,this is what he proves by the, almost obsessive,use of artistic matter.

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Konstantinos Patsios

Giorgos Kazazis writes about himself:“I don’t paint what I feel,I paint what I see.I define this new reality of mine,giving it an objective dimension. I often place my self-portrait in my paintings,as a romantic heroe, in the historically heroic sense of romanticism. I don’t describe the situations,I make an artwork out of them”.

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis

George Kazazis