This exhibition offers a series of oil paintings and digital art based on the abstract morphology of the Cycladic landscape and architecture. Katonas Asimis’ semi-abstract art is based on the primeval forms which compose the Cycladic architecture. Forms and perspectives which are traced in the Santorinean landscape are pared down to their most elemental components, elucidating the inherent structure, language and spirit of their morphology.
This is a permanent exhibition which takes place at all four AK spaces and presents a collection of sculptures created between 1995 and 2014. Eleni Kolaitou displays her sculptural compositions inspired by the human figure, as well as those of birds, animals and insects, using bronze and gold for her jewelry collection. The exhibition also includes a series of purely formalist clay pieces. In her bronze works, the artist explores how human and animal shapes embody the essence of morphology in nature, thus revealing the deeper meaning of their fundamental form.
This is a permanent exhibition which takes place at all four AK spaces and includes a selection of oil on canvas works created between 2000 and 2104. The exhibition depicts landscapes and more abstract compositions inspired by the natural environment, the architecture and the light on Santorini Island.