COCTA TERRA

i-D ProjectArt opens again its doors and presents the ceramic art exhibition
“Cocta Terra”opening the 2nd of June, 2022. Curated by Laura
Koufopandelis, fifteen artists from Greece, France, England and the USA are
being featured in the exhibition Cocta Terra.They have worked from the 1950s
until today, almost exclusively with ceramic art and natural materials. From
candelsticks, pitchers, and egg cups, to mirrors, plates, sculptures and mural
ceramics… Fiftyfour objects are displayed exploring the boundaries between
sculpture and utilitary objects in hat confront with the flower installation of
Dimitra Skandali “Moments of Silence” (2022).

UNDER 33-2020

under 33-2020

The energy of Antigoni Amanitou and the vibe of the space have transformed into an opportunity for six young artist to meet the general public and show their work for the first time.
With a different perspective and with freedom to express themselves, emerging artists reproduced part of their studio and welcomed
the public and the journalists. They exchanged views on contemporary art, shared new visual stories, dreams, thoughts and aspirations
for 2020 and the new decade.
The exhibition runs until end of January, 2020 and the six young Greek artists are: Alexandra Kapsi, Michalis Koussis, Nikos Komiotis, Kevin Mucollari, Achilleas Tsiridis, Alexandra Charitou.

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Thalia Gatzouli

Untitled_3_Thalia Gatzouli

Born in 1966, in Drama, Greece. Graduated from the Medical School, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, GR(1989), from the Fellowship in Research, Yale University, New Haven, US(1990), completed the Nuclear Medicine specialty (1995) and her doctorate thesis in Neurosciences at Aristotle University(2005). Graduated with honors from the Fine Arts School, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, GR(2009-2014). Currently lives and works as an artist and a physician in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Selected Shows:
“Apathia” Mykonos Biennale (2019),“Foodie Fever” Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, J.J.College, New York (2019), Art Athina, i-D Gallery (2019), “The inevitable failure to understand” Solo exhibition Lola Nikolaou Gallery (2018), Art Athina Lola Nikolaou Gallery (2018), “Au Divan” Lola Nikolaou Gallery (2018), “Rooms 2017” St. George Lycabettus Hotel (2017), “Artists in Residence” Nitra Gallery (2017), Hubs of Nature” Metamatic TAF (2016), “Gulf’s settlers” Alaca Imaret (2016), “3 different ways” Lola Nikolaou Gallery (2015), “Effective spaces” INSPIRE Festival MMCA (2015), “Research and Art” ICRI The Athens Concert Hall (2014), “Biennale of Greek students” B & M Theocharakis Foundation (2014).

Margarita Skokou

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY OF MARGARITA SKOKOU
Margarita Skokou was born and lives in Athens. She pursued her artistic studies under Morali and Mitara at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Consecutively, she pursued studies in ceramics. For eight years she taught art at a private school in Glyfada. Over the course of the past twenty-five years, the artistic works of Ms Skokou have been exhibited in leading galleries in Athens, Thessaloniki, Strasbourg, Paris, Luxembourg, and Germany.