in 1946. Poet, visual artist, author of books and essays on art. Specially
interested in the intertwinements between art and new technologies. Publication
of the Clinamen pamphlet (1980-1990); production of the artistís
books; electronic version of clinamen (2001- ) http://multimania.com/lexicones
- http://archaeometry.gr/ clinamen. Lives and works in Athens.
6 volumes of the Clinamen artistís books editions, 1980-1990
2. 24 Pidéo,
20í, material and coordination by D. Agrafiotis in collaboration with M.Santorinaios
for the animated images, D.Kamarotos for the music, I.Spyliopoulou for
the image editing, and with the special contribution by D.Santorinaiou.
performance. Music by Dimitris Kamarotos.
in Athens in 1945. In the 1970s he lived in Rome and, mainly, Paris where
he studied architecture. Sporadically since 1981 and systematically since
1988 he continues his Concealments, spreading in various parts of
the planet a network of hiding points for his works and other elements
as indications of the artistís involvement in the matter of preserving
memory and the cultures under extinction. He has represented Greece in
the 1997 Biennale of Venice. Lives and works in Athens and various other
places on earth.
Poems Lo-Logos Sound Sound,
pages bound in a volume with a white cover and raised typeface, containing
a tape sunk amid the leaves with the artistís phonemes and phonetic poems
read by himself; 20x12.5x1.5cm thick.
is the Greek artist who was worked methodically more than any other on
the importance of language and speech as primary sources of energy in the
creative process. During the 1970s he presented many works, actions and
installations in which the constant interaction of writing, speech, colour
and image was vividly demonstrated in space.
metal, plastic, 200x132x32cm. First shown at the group show 16 Books
16 Views, Institut Français dí Athènes, 1980. Collection
of the artist.
of original photo taken at the Autobiography installation in 1980,
200x100cm. Collection of the artist.
out of a total of 13 books, painted by hand with natural pigments on hand-made
rice paper and decorated with cuttings, metal, silver, 20x41x32cm. First
shown at his one-man show at the "Epikentro" Contemporary Art Center, Patrai,
1994. Collection of the artist.
in Aghios Nikolaos, Gythion, Laconia in 1926. In 1930 he moves with his
family to New York. In the early 1960s he adopts neon light as a material
for minimalist three-dimensional works. He has produced many works in public
spaces and participated in international exhibitions in America, Europe
and Japan: Documenta, Kassel 1977, Sao Paulo Biennale, 1987, Nagoya Biennale
(Japan), 1989, Venice Biennale 1997, etc. Lives and works in New York.
book with silver front and back covers. 76 pages. Screenprints, etchings,
handmade cuts, and collages on Arches and Dieu Donne papers and Mylar;
signed by the artist on the colophon page. Aquatints, reliefs, photoreliefs,
hard ground etchings, and chine collés printed by Julie DíAmario
and Bill Hall, The Printmaking Workshop, New York; screenprints by Jo Watanabe,
Brooklyn; silver work by Anastasios Mavropoulos, Athens, Greece; bound
by Andreas Ganiaris, Athens, Greece, 19½ x 15½ x 2²/8.
notes that his books, similarly to his rooms and chapels, because of being
enclosed, Ďwork like private arenas for inner experience. With the books,
although the sequence is set, every viewer finds his or her own pace or
rhythm of turning the pages. Within this conscious structure, it is the
discoveries made by the unconscious that continually bring things to life"
(Artistís notes, in Cat. Stephen Antonakos: Inner Light, Smith College
Museum of Art, Northampton, Mass., 1997)
also exists in an edition of 8, published in 1993, with embossed leather
covers, bound by Peter Geraty, Praxis Bookbindery, Easthampton, Mass.
in Corfu in 1909; died in Athens in 1986. He was among the outstanding
pioneers of abstract sculpture in post-war Greek art. After 1976 his approach
to art from a philosophical and existential viewpoint evolved into the
creation of environments and the use of mixed media. He presented his work
in solo and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. In 1967 he represented
Greece in the Venice Biennale. Works of his are installed in public spaces
Room with the Letters,
1976 (from the series 5 Rooms, 1976)
paint, printed letters, sound, 240x210x210cm. First realised and exhibited
at the Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris and at the Institut Français
díAthènes in 1976. The 5 Rooms series marks the turn of Aperghisís
course from abstract sculpture to the creation of environments. Georges
in Athens in 1957. Active in art since 1980, he has used mixed media, computers,
video, film, etc. From the mid-1990s his work centres on the investigation
of analogies between social and natural behaviour. Lives and works in Athens.
ink, metal, h.140x33x45cm. Private collection.
and Juliet - Secrets, 1999
volumes, metal, mixed media, h.145X30X40cm.
of the artist.
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