Contemporary Greek Printmaking in Japan.
The important , contemporary Greek printmaking exhibition opened up it’s gates in Japan. 41 prints by 26 artists, members of the Association, present a sample of contemporary Greek printmaking of the last five years.
The first part will take place at Washi-no-Sato sites from 19 th to 26 th of June 2021.
Washi-no-Sato is located in the northwest prefecture of Saitama, 70 km from Tokyo. It is an important workshop for the production of handmade paper and is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The second exhibition will take place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum.
The exhibition is curated by the Greek Printmakers Association.
Specifically, the exhibition presents works by: ANGELOPOULOS Christos, ΑΝΝITSAKIS Odysseas, ARVANITIS Zacharias, BENAKI Polytimi, BOGIATZIS Dimosthenis, FALKONIS Michail, GEORGA Matina, KOMPATSIARI Maria, KONSTANTAKOU Anastasia, KOTSIOU Dina, KOUMANTAKI Dimitra, MACHAIRIDI Efstratia, MAVROEIDI Vanta, MIKROU Anastasia, MONOGYIOS Ioannis, PAPADOPOULOU Sofy, PETROPOULOU-DIMITRAKI Mimi, PROVATA Elena, PROVATIDOU Marina, SCHINA Mary, SIATERLI Dimitra, STAVRAKANTONAKIS Nikos, VALERY Antigone, VASILAKOU Argyri, VELETZAS Lefteris, XYLA-XANALATOU Iris