Art Athina

Art Athina 2023

Art Athina 2023

Panos Bakas - Ioanna Constantinou - Tassos Dimos
Mary Maragudaki - Yiannis SΤempilis

14 - 17 ΣΕΠΤΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ 2023 / 14 - 17 SEPTEMBER 2023

Ζάππειο Μέγαρο - Περίπτερο: L29 / Zappeion Mansion - Booth: L29

Dimos Tassos

He was born in Athens. He studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts under the guidance of professors D. Kokkinidis, D. Mytaras, and V. Dimitreas. He received scholarships in both 1985 and 1986 and graduated with top marks. Subsequently, he pursued further studies at the Hochschule der Kunste in Berlin, specializing in the laboratory of C.B. Marwan with a scholarship from Bosch.

Throughout his career, Dimos Tassos has held numerous solo exhibitions in Greece, Cyprus, New York, and Geneva. His artwork can be found in numerous private collections across Greece, the U.S.A., Japan, Switzerland, Great Britain, Germany, Cyprus, and Saudi Arabia. Additionally, his pieces are on display in the Municipal Galleries of Athens, Corinth, and Karditsa, as well as in various public spaces in Cyprus and within the Hellenic Parliament.

Panos Bakas

Panos Bakas was born in Athens, where he currently resides and practices his art. He dedicated many years to honing his skills through painting courses, with a particular focus on oil painting. His artistic creations primarily revolve around existential themes. Panos Bakas has held three solo exhibitions and has also been an active participant in numerous group exhibitions, including Art Athina 2021. His paintings can be discovered in prestigious institutions as well as in private collections.

Yiannis Stempilis

Yiannis Stempilis was born in 1968. Since 1986, he has dedicated three decades to a career as a jewelry designer. In recent years, he has ventured into the realm of art, combining metalwork with painting in his creative process. His artworks are meticulously crafted on zinc or bronze, and each piece typically requires 2 to 6 months to complete.

Yiannis Stempilis has actively participated in more than 50 jewelry exhibitions and art exhibitions, both in Greece and internationally, hosted in gallery spaces. He represented Greece at the Lisbon Biennale of Young Artists in 1994 and, more recently, at the London Biennale in 2021. His works were also showcased at Art Athina 2021 and can be found within significant private collections.

Ioanna Constantinou

Ioanna Constantinou was born in Athens. She pursued her education by studying Interior Design at Doksiades School, under the guidance of teachers D. and C. Mytara, P. Zoumpoulaki, Y. Loverdos, and G. Georgiades. Additionally, she studied Painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts, learning from prominent instructors such as D. Mytaras, Y. Moralis, and D. Kokkinides.

In 1981, she received a scholarship from the French government to further her studies at Sorbonne University Paris I, specializing in History of Art and Art Conservation. In Greece, she served as an assistant professor in the Art Conservation Class at TEI of Athens and held the position of Director for four years at the Manuscripts Laboratory of the National Bank’s Cultural Foundation.

Since 1995, Ioanna Constantinou has devoted her time exclusively to painting. She has held nine solo exhibitions in Greece, Norway, England, and Austria, and her artwork can be found in significant private collections.

Mary Maragudaki

Mary Maragudaki studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts under the guidance of teachers D. Mytaras and A. Antonopoulos. She received a scholarship from IKY, which enabled her to attend the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Beaux Arts de Paris. Throughout her career, she has held five solo exhibitions in Greece and has been an active participant in numerous group exhibitions. Her artistic works are not only featured in private collections but also in museums both in Greece and abroad.