Group exhibition

Kana Erini

Irene Kana was born in Chania, Greece and studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts under Panayiotis Tetsis. She has presented her work in 20 solo exhibitions and over 200 group exhibitions.
Her work is exhibited in the Greek Ministry of Culture, the Greek Parliament, the Macedonian Museum of Modern Art, the Goulandris Museum in Andros, the University of Nicosia, the Municipal Gallery of Chania, the Institute of Thracean Art, the Museum of Hydra, the National Bank of Greece and Eurobank, at OPAP, AGET Hercules, Inter american and other private collections.





 

Nikolaou Antreas

Antreas Nicolaou was born in Cyprus in 1966. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich on an Easmus Scholarship and at the Athens School of Fine Artsalso on a state IKY scholarship. He graduated in 1992 with excellence and having worked in the studio of Panayiotis Tetsis.
His work is exhibited in many public and private collections. He participated in significant group exhibitions and has exhibited his work in 42 solo exhibitions in various galleries and museums in Cyprus and abroad. He lives and works in Athens.





Kirtis Konstantinos

Konstantinos Kyrtis studied painting and drawing at Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) in California, USA. He has exhibited in solo and group shows in Cyprus, USA and the United Kingdom. Konstantinos' achievements include Best Of Fine Arts at LCAD and Young Artist of Cyprus Award.

As a renowned portrait commissions painter Konstantinos was commissioned for the portrait of the 33rd President of the Belgian Senate, (Collection of Belgian Federal Parliament's Museum); the portrait of the Former President of the Republic of Cyprus; the portrait of the Judge of the General Court of the European Union and many others.

Konstantinos Kyrtis will be exhibiting as part of our group exhibition from 9 – 23 September 2017.


Papamichael Nikoletta

Nicoletta Papamichael was born in Larnaca in1977. She graduated from the Florence Academy of Fine Arts
in 2001 with dinstinction (painting). She continued her studies in Madrid, following a MA course in the Theory and Practice of Contemporary Art at the Complutense University. At the same university, she completed the first part of a PhD programme ( drawing and engraving teaching and practice) with a final Thesis Titled: "Self Portrait: the art to share intimacy.
Nicoletta's work and subjects almost exclusivley deal with the human figure, either as a part of familiar spaces, or as a study of a selfportrait or a portrait. She focuses on the connection between the expression and inner world of her figures starting from her own experiences, memories and state of mind.
She currently works at her studio in Old Nicosia, and exhibits her work in solo and group exhibitions.






Nikolas Antoniou

Born in Larnaca in 1988, Nikolas Antoniou is a graduate of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Western Macedonia, Greece (2012).

Nikolas has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including Time - Memory – Oblivion at the Aianis Archaeological Museum, Sixth Student Biennale of Fine Arts at the exhibition hall of the Athens Metro at Syntagma Station, and Eumorfos Anthropos – a group exhibition in Technohoros Gallery, Athens. In 2012, Nikolas successfully exhibited this work again at Gallery Lola Nikolaou in Thessaloniki and has subsequently returned to Cyprus where he continues to participate in group exhibitions, collaborating with a number of galleries.

Nikolas’ first solo exhibition, Sanitizing Logic, showcased at Polychoros Warehouses in Larnaca in 2013 before transferring to Gallery Technohoros in Athens, under the title Sanitizing Logic 2.

Recently, Nikolas returned to Gallery Technohoros to present his new work, For the Purposes of Imperfection. He has also recently collaborated with Alpha C.K. Gallery in Nicosia to present his fifth solo exhibition, The Preservation of the Creative Process.

Nikolas Antoniou will be exhibiting as part of our group exhibition from 9 – 23 September 2017.





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