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Monthly Archives: December 2016

The fantastic world of Kalli Bellou

Photography is not just a hobby for some people. For Kalli Bellou in particular is an endless love, her dream, a beautiful picture and an optimistic smile.   Born in Belgium and self-taught in photography. For her, the technique of photography varies, and her shots

The marble world by Petros Marmarinos

For thousands years now the art of marble of Tinos Island, not only survives but also continues uninterruptedly to exist and to show us her masterful technique through the hands and minds of capable and worthy successors of this tradition. Up there in Panormos or Pirgos on

The distortions in the painting of Abi Whitlock  

Light, water and human body. Their combination could cause the deterioration of the image transferred to our optic nerve, and it’s this particular match and result that stimulates the artistic interest of the English woman Abi Whitlock. Her abidance at the coastal Devon, England, influenced

We participate in a kickstarter with Georgios GreeKalogerakis

Georgios GreeKalogerakis started a kickstarter. The official invitation from the Biennale of Venice to participate and present his stunning metallic collection titled “Personal structures” is the beggining so that his constructions have a global acceptance and recognition as they deserve. Here at Ovalme, last week

Applications in clay by Despoina Xenakis

The clay is a material that leaves you free to try its limits. This is how Despina Xenakis moves artistically and constantly opens paths for new experimentation and new applications. In her works, this trend is visible, and they surprise us with original ideas and

The photographic stories of David Heger

For David Heger, photographs are not a frozen moment in time, they can tell stories. Every contrived picture narrates a story of a dreamy landscape, with childlike presences and symbolic representations that take place mainly in nature. The set-up of each photo refers and reminds

The notable artist GreeKalogerakis

Georgios GreeKalogerakis was born in Thessaloniki and was specialized in manufacturing metal construction, first in the industrial area as an act, and then as a theory with his studies on Mixed Arts, at the University of Westminster. His path to the sculpture started and continues

Benaki Museum – Athens Views by Ianna Andreadis

  The participatory photographic project Athina Thea, by Ianna Andreadis, presents an unpublished and yet familiar view of Athens from the windows and the gaze of its inhabitants. It reveals the particular and complex character of the city composing a collective image beyond the expected