"London Art Biennale 2023"
Chelsea Old Town Hall at King's Road, London UK
July 26 - 30, 2023
The London Art Biennale presents over 350 artists from all traditions and lines of thought, emerging and established, in a celebration of contemporary art. The exhibition is free entry and takes place on the historic King’s Road in Chelsea offering a museum-quality award show, professionally curated to induce a stimulating, varied yet coherent experience for the viewer.
Municipal Art Gallery, Cornith, Greece
MAY 07 - 31, 2023
This body of work utilizes the human body as a metaphorical means to explore identity and how the interaction of the mind and body forges personal identity. Our age, more than any other historical period, allows us the freedom to transcend boundaries, explore, and self-define our individuality beyond and above social norms or any other eteronomy. The figures in this are both conceptually and aesthetically influenced by the ancient Greek notion of perfection, which stating that those who achieved the ideal balance of mind and body were regarded as divinely gifted to mortals. We are continually taught that perfection is the goal of our individual molding process. The journey to ‘perfection,’ however, is comprised mostly of failures and mistakes. These imperfections are the gradual indication of our time on this earth and proof of the experiences that shaped our growth and potential to became a greater self. My artwork aims to expose the challenging shifts in physical and psychological balances that occur during our chrysalis phase.
"FEMININITY FROM ARCHAIC TO CONTEMPORARY"
Europe Art Gallery, Brasov, Romania
March 8 – March 21, 2023
My artwork “Kalon” aims to challenge this archetypal ideal of perfection by paring it with the imperfections of our flesh, which hold experiences, scars, age, etc. The female figure rendered partially as a sculpture and partially as a portrait holds what we as human being strive to be with what we are in reality. These realistic imperfections should be embraced, admired, and loved.
"Memory and Identity"
Exhibition & Magazine
Cista Arts Gallery; London UK
DECEMBER 05 - 30, 2022
According to John Locke (English philosopher and physician), a person's identity only reaches as far as their memory extends into the past. In other words, who one is critically depends upon what one remembers. Thus, as a person's memory begins to disappear, so does their identity. All artists with a different artistic approach reflected their individual and exceptional experience around the theme ‘Memory and Identity’.
Villa Stella - Municipal Cultural Center of Hiraklion Attia, Greece
OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 06, 2022
Opening Reception: November 01, 2022 at 19:00
These drawings focus on the human figure through phases of gesture. I create a narrative based on physical language, the expansion and contraction of multiple interactions inherent in the body, rather than through facial identification. The poses and lighting allude alternately to the motion or absolute stillness of time.
Online Collective Exhibition & Magazine
Collect Art Gallery; Tbilisi, GEORGIA
SEPTEMBER 10 - OCTOBER 10, 2022
Artists use color to portray atmosphere because color can sway the viewer's way of thinking, even provoke actions and reactions. When used in the right way, color can be a powerful form of communication.
The search for life's meaning has produced much philosophical, scientific, theological, and metaphysical speculation throughout history. Different people and cultures believe different things for the answer to this question. Poem is a piece of writing in which the expression of feelings and ideas. We welcome artists of all mediums and from all countries to depict their thoughts on this theme 'Life as a poem'.
"Life As A Poem"
Exhibition & Magazine
Cista Arts Gallery; London UK
SEPTEMBER 07 - 31, 2022
"Biennale Chianciano 2022"
Museo D'Arte; Chianciano Terme, ITALY
AUGUST 06 - 28, 2022
Opening Reception: August 06, 2022 at 18:00
The Biennale di Chianciano was born in 2009 with the vision of creating a center of contemporary art outside the established schemes. The will of the Chianciano Art Museum is to give a platform to living artists of great talent without constraints or discriminatory factors. Artists selected for the Chianciano Biennale are judged exclusively on the basis of their work, their talent and their creativity.
Municipal Art Gallery 'Alekos Kondopoulos'; Lamia, GREECE
MAY 18 - JUNE 29, 2022
Opening Reception: May 18, 2022 at 19:00
The body decodes and releases emotional expression, while ceasing to be a tool and prison of the spirit. The soul ceases possessing a body. The constant interaction of the inner and outer world emits through materiality the hidden explosive power of the soul. The soul and the power of art to transform the inner momentum of man into matter through artistic creation, with the aim of communication and the search for true knowledge.
"118th Annual Student Exhibition"
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Philadelphia, USA
MAY 10 - JUNE 02, 2019
Opening Reception: May 10, 2019 at 19:00
The 118th Annual Student Exhibition (ASE) features works by third and fourth-year undergraduate students and second-year students in the graduate MFA program. The ASE is a long-standing PAFA tradition allowing students the opportunity to curate, install, and sell their own works in the galleries of our museum. In addition to serving as an exhibition and art sale, the ASE includes a competition for the coveted Cresson, Schiedt, Von Hess, Ware, and Women’s Board travel scholarships.
The Trout Gallery of Dickinson College; Carlisle, USA
APRIL 29 - MAY 21, 2016
Opening Reception: May 20, 2016 at 19:00
Both meanings of Eidolon are apropos to the work of these young artists. Narrative is not only found in a linear mode, but common to all the art is an awareness, presence, and molding of the past. Buried within each piece are particular histories of material, process, and imagery that unfold slowly, and yield echoes of previous states. There is certainly a sense of something apparitional, for the pieces have life, but live in a world of their own, and as one looks more closely, what is first read as definitive tends to dissipate into things less definable. In veiled figures, in translucent layerings, in the re-purposing of stuff , in the filtering through memory, through changing light, meticulously observed color, recalled sounds—all evoke and bear traces of their own past.