Coupling the past and present with lace and geometry
Interviews

In Dionisis Christofilogiannis’s work, the human body geometry is interlaced with hard and fragile materials, such as wood, plaster and lace. In a dystopian world, the artist manages to unite the past with the present, keeping the elements of tradition and family together with the permanent traces of them on our bodies and homes. How…

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Through the light of Teodosio
Interviews

Teodosio (Sectio Aurea) is one of the few shadow artists in the world. He lives in Athens, where he tames the shadows and presents an alternate side of reality. His love for art surfaced in 2013, when he was “awakened” by the burden of the economic crisis and evolved into a self-taught “mediator between imagination…

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Imagined Homes – Antique and Concrete
Interviews

Home. The most personal and individual space. Sometimes it can be just a few square meters and still, it can be the only place where someone can feel free. Sometimes it can be huge and still, someone can feel alone. What is the element that makes a home “yours”?. The artists, Paul Schwer and Evangelos…

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