1. Christos Theofilis
2. KATYA KAN
2. EKATERINI KOLIAKOU
3. TRINA LANTSENKAMP
4. Evi PANTELEON
|4. Diving, oil on canvas, 60x80cm|
5. IOANNIS NTAKOS
|5.1 ΤΑΞΙΔΙΩΤΕΣ ΣΤΟ ΛΙΜΑΝΙ(1), Λάδι σε μουσαμά, 24x26 cm|
|5.2 ΣΑΝΤΟΡΙΝΗ , 20x20cm, λάδι σε μουσαμά|
|5.3 λάδι σε μουσαμά|
|5.4 ΚΟΣΜΟΣ ΣΤΟ ΛΙΜΑΝΙ, 45x65cm, λάδι σε μουσαμά|
|5.5 ΚΟΣΜΟΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΔΙΑΒΑΣΗ, 24x24cm, λάδι σε μουσαμά|
6. GEORGIA TROULI
Η Διεθνής Έκθεση Τέχνης Art Thessaloniki 2019
θα πραγματοποιηθεί 21-24 Νοεμβρίου, στις εγκαταστάσεις της ΔΕΘ ΗΕLEXPO
Η EPsilon Art Gallery θα πάρει μέρος στην Art Thessaloniki 2019,
στο περίπτερο 19
στο περίπτερο 19
και θα εκπροσωπήσει τους καλλιτέχνες:
1. ΧΡΗΣΤΟΣ ΘΕΟΦΙΛΗΣ
2. KATYA KAΝ
4. TRINA LANGSENKAMP
5. ΙΩΑΝΝΗΣ ΝΤΑΚΟΣ
7. ΓΕΩΡΓΙΑ ΤΡΟΥΛΗ
Καλλιτεχνικός διευθυντής: Παντελής Τσάτσης
Διοργανωτής : ΔΕΘ Helexpo
1. CHRISTOS THEOFILIS
ART INSTITUTE ART-ACT SFAELOU 3. 11522 ATHENS GREECE THE CONTEMPORARY ART INSTITUTE ART-ACT SFAELOU 3. 11522 ATHENS GREECE, COLLECTED AND COLLATED INFORMATION (Media) FOR THE WORK OF VISUAL ARTISTS GRADUATES AND STUDENTS OF THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS. PURPOSE IS AN ARCHIVE OF RESEARCH AND STUDY. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED SEND POSTAL (NOT REGISTERED, COURIER, WEBSITES, E-MAIL) WHAT YOU THINK YOU HOW TO (BIOGRAPHY, PUBLICATIONS, DOCUMENTS, PHOTOS PROJECTS, DVD, CD-R, LISTS OF REPORTS, etc.). THE MATERIALS WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
CHRISTOS THEOFILIS ART-CRITIC,CURATOR OF ART EXHIBITIONS,PERMANENT PARTNER OF THE NEWSPAPERS http://www.avgi.GR http://www.kte.gr/ JOURNAL INVESTOR -CULTURE http://www.xronos.gr / http://www.ihodimoprasion.gr/ http://www.edromos.gr/ MAGAZINE INFORMER
2. IOANNIS NTAKOS
He was born in Larisa, Greece. He graduated from the Art School in Thessaloniki in 1998 where he had been taught by Vaggelis Dimitreas.
Larisa, Municipal Gallery, December 1999 ‘’The local spirit, contemporary larisian creators ‘’ (team work)
Elasona Larisa, cultural centre, June 2009 (Retrospective)
Larisa musical school, February 2012 (team work) ‘’Art teachers exhibition’’
Larisa Municipal Gallery G. J. Katsigras, December 2013 (team work) ‘’citizen artist’’
Larisa French institute, March 2015 (Retrospective) ‘’Retrospective stop’’
Larisa, Municipal Gallery G. J. Katsigras, November 2015 (team work) ‘’Larisa from above’’
Larisa, Municipal Gallery G. J. Katsigras, December 2015, ‘’Small works-solidarity tree’’
Ena art gallery Athens, December 2016, team work) ‘’small works’’
Epsilon Art gallery,Loutraki June 2017 ’’You,Come and see’’
International Contemporary Art Fair Thessaloniki 2017(team work)
Gallery Wisedog Larisa February 2018 (team work)’’ Arrival’’
Εna Art Gallery Athens. March 2018 (team work )’’Monographs’’
International contemporary art fair athina 2018(team work)
Caplanon 5 art gallery athens.December 2018 (team work) small works.
Cask art gallery Larisa. December 2018 (team work)mini size.
Art genova 2019 (team work) February 2019.
Art Athina 2019. (team work) Septenber 2019.
Some words from me and my work
My work is human-centred. My inspiration is the motion and bright color of the urban scenery and the routine of city life, which are covered by ample Greek light. All my paintings have been painted in daylight, which symbolize hope and optimism for a new beginning.
Yiannis Christakis (art historian)
Seeing the work of John Dakos, the spectator discovers the artist’s love for color, motion and light at a first glance. One can detect the different tensions and contradictions of light, color, space, density. He is interested in man, motion and the routine of city life. The city characters appears small and diminished in the labyrinth of the city and human presence.
3. KATYA KAN
Having caught a glimpse of the ex-USSR, she have a nostalgic, conflicting perception of political and cultural systems.
Unable to fully assimilate into any one culture,sheI find herself as an outsider with an eclectic artistic taste. The concepts, which I explore in my work, include the globalization, surveillance, nostalgia, utopia and eroticism.
In her artwork, she combine detailed, stylized portraiture with abstract, ornamental elements in the background, taking inspiration from the work of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.
Her most recent selection of pen and pencil drawings investigates the utopian world of communal erotic experiences in the context of ritualized ceremonies and stylistically influenced by the Art Nouveau British artist, Aubrey Beardsley.
As an artist, she similarly delve into the realm of independent cinema, incorporating digital, 16mm and 2D animation.
Some of the directors, whom she respect, include the Maya Deren, Steven Soderbergh, Andrei Tarkovsky, Wong Kar-wai and Kathryn Bigelow.
She currently editing a medium-length feature, which comes to terms with my inability to remember certain positive emotions from my childhood prior to the age of seven years old, which I spent in Almaty, Kazakhstan, as a result of immigration.
Another film project in my pipeline is an experimental documentary, consisting of digital and 16mm film and revolving around the contemporary UK Wicca religion.
4. EKATERINI KOLIAKOU
She is from central Athens, Greece, and is based mostly in London. Her work has been exhibited since she was a student, and has been shown in both Europe and the USA. She has lived in various countries which has influenced her work dramatically. Her use of strong colours and powerful themes reflects the energetic dialogues she has with her encounters.
Ekaterini sees her paintings, drawings and video work as the process of a diary. Working both figuratively, abstraction and words she gives a sense of intimacy and yet they are never confessional. In various techniques from using brushes to using her hands, the painted surface shifts between articulated brush strokes to playfully primitive impulsive mark makings. Her subjects are often naked to allow a sense of honesty and equality. Her work is sensual and cynical, provocative but gentle.
Ekaterini started her studies in 1987 in Vakalo Art and Design college then continued with black & white photography at Focus Athens, Greece. She moved to London for the foundation course of Art and Design in Kingsway College until 1993 and then continued at the Fine Art Academy Aldo Galli Academy in Como, in 1995 Acamedy of Fine Art Brera in Milan until she finished her studies at theFine Art School of Athens and practiced her Erasmus in the Fine Art School, Utrecht in 2001. She graduated with a distiction.
5. EVI PANTELEON
- Postgraduate, Arts & Culture Management
2019 Art Fair Thessaloniki, International Art Exhibition, Thessaloniki
2019 Arte PADOVA, Italy
2019 Art Fair Athina, International Art Exhibition, Athens
2019 Arte Genova, Italy
2018 Art Fair Nordic, Copenhagen, Denmark
2018 Art Fair Thessaloniki, International Art Exhibition, Thessaloniki
2018 Art Fair Athina, International Art Exhibition, Athens
2017 Art Fair Thessaloniki, International Art Exhibition, Thessaloniki
2017 Art Fair Athina, International Art Exhibition, Athens
2017 IMAR Gallery, Mykonos
2017 Ena Gallery, Athens
2016 Art Fair Thessaloniki, International Art Exhibition, Thessaloniki
2016 Ena Gallery, Athens
2015-2016-2017- 2018 EPsilon Art Gallery, Loutraki
2013 Art Gallery, Old Baths, Patras,
2012 Hellenic Olympic Committee Building, Chalandri Athens,
2011 Art Gallery “County House”, Dupnitsa, Bulgaria,
2011 EPsilon Art Gallery, Loutraki,
2008 Loutraki Convention Center, Loutraki,
2006 Art Gallery "LYSIPPEIO" Cultural Center NA Corinthia,
2005 Constantinople Palace of Argos, Argos,
2004 Art Gallery "LYSIPPEIO" Cultural Center of the SE Corinthia,
2004 "OMIROS" Art Gallery of Loutraki Perachora, Loutraki,
2000 Art Gallery of Kranidi Cultural Center, Kranidi and Porto Heli
6. TRINA LANGSENKAMP
She is originally from Upstate New York and currently resides in Athens, Greece
where she teaches Visual Arts to elementary students.
She holds a Master of Education from Harvard University.
In 2018, she was a resident artist at the Mudhouse Residency in Crete.
Outside of her classroom, her practice involves landscapes,
abstraction and the intersections of the two.
7. GIORGIA TROULI
She was born in November 1979. Her origin is from Crete.
She is a graduate of the School of Occupations of Health and Welfare of ATEI Thessaloniki.
Graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki - Department of Psychology, graduate of the School of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a student of the Political Sciences School of the same university institute. She is involved with writing; she has released five books of poetry and publishes texts and poems in various printed and electronic literary journals.
She also performs actions in the city with poets and artists (Asma Asmaton-Rotonda, Romos Filyras - Psychiatric Hospital of Thessaloniki, Women's Howl - Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, 3x3 Field of Action Kodra, Saixpirikon bookstore –poetic performances, etc.) She has made three solo exhibitions and has participated in group exhibitions.
Her works have been illustrated several literary and art magazines and publishing books. She lives and works in Thessaloniki, Greece.