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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 05.10.2017

An Island named Desire coming soon!

The scenes have been shot, and the editing has begun. See a preview at www.IslandnamedDesire.net!

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 25.11.2015

Mad Max: Fury Road. Comic. Interior art by Riccardo Burchielli

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 25.11.2015

Mad Max: Fury Road. Comic. Interior art by Leandro Fernandez

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 25.11.2015

Interior art by Mark Sexton for Nux and Immortan Joe. Mad Max: Fury Road

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 23.11.2015

Cover art for Mad Max: Fury Road: Nux & Immortan Joe, by Tommy Lee Edwards

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submitted by George Tzannes on 31.07.2015

Art Exhibition

ARTIFACT
The works exhibited here are inspired by the material culture of the people who have lived on Kythera. An artifact is defined as an object made by a human being. It is an object made for use in context of human activity and therefore is an expression of the culture of the people who made and used it. I made these works at different times over more than forty years, so the exhibition is a retrospective focused on material things found or located on Kythera.
The cement frescos ...

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submitted by KCA Admin on 25.04.2015

"Olive, the blessed tree" - exhibition poster

The poster designed for the exhibition "Olive, the blessed tree" by Michalis Petropoulos.

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 01.05.2015

Alexia Psaltis' artwork Subsumed, on display at the Art Gallery of NSW

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 10th, 2015.

Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald ©Copyright 2015


Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA Psaltis’ hair-raising expeditions squeezing through fences to photograph abandoned industrial ...

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 01.05.2015

Subsumed. By Alexis Psaltis. The Rationale of the art work

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 10th, 2015.

Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald ©Copyright 2015


Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA Psaltis’ hair-raising expeditions squeezing through fences to photograph abandoned industrial ...

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 01.05.2015

Art work by Alexia Psaltis

Art student gets subsumed

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 10th, 2015

Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald©Copyright 2015

Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA Psaltis’ hair-raising expeditions squeezing through ...

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 01.05.2015

Art work by Alexia Psaltis

Art student gets subsumed

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 10th, 2015

- Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald©Copyright 2015
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Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA Psaltis’ hair-raising expeditions squeezing through ...

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 01.05.2015

Artwork by Alexia Psaltis

Art student gets Subsumed

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 10th, 2015.

Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald ©Copyright 2015


Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA Psaltis’ hair-raising expeditions squeezing through ...

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 01.05.2015

Art work by Alexia Psaltis

Art student gets Subsumed

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 10th, 2015.

Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald ©Copyright 2015


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Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 15.03.2014

The symbol chosen by Tety Solou to designate her work,

in translating 3 books by Lafcadio Hearn (2014). The symbol appears on the cover of each book.

[This is the first time in history that entire Lafacdio Hearn books have been translated, with a view to having them printed and published]

Μεταφράζοντας τον Λευκάδιο Χερν στα ελληνικά ギリシャ語訳ラフカディオ・ハーン

Τέτη Σώλου: Οι μεταφράσεις μου των έργων του ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 15.03.2014

Grandmothers brooch. A visual part of the story about ...

Translating (3 books) by Lafcadio Hearn into Greek

[This is the first time in history that entire Lafacdio Hearn books have been translated, with a view to having them printed and published]

Μεταφράζοντας τον Λευκάδιο Χερν στα ελληνικά ギリシャ語訳ラフカディオ・ハーン

Τέτη Σώλου: Οι μεταφράσεις μου των έργων του Λευκάδιου Χερν και ...

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submitted by Australian Financial Review on 01.10.2013

Gallery in an art museum on the island of Naoshima in Japan

The Australian Financial Review Magazine. pp. 48-52.

October Magazine. Friday 27th October, 2013

Article: To Draw is to See

Drawing is a crucial tool in an architect’s kit, but it’s use goes way beyond drafting building plans. Six (prominent Australian) architects tell Katrina Strickland when and where they sketch – and how much it means to them.

One of the 6 Australian architects chosen to comment was Kytherian architect..... ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 28.04.2013

The Spirit of Hermes sculpture at the Art Forum Gallery in Thessaloniki

The sculpture is 120 cm's high.

How did Masaaki become so involved in Greek culture?

Masaaki was introduced to Greek culture, and the work of Lacadio Hearn, through Art Collector, Takis Efsathiou.

Masaaki first met Lafcadio Hearn's grandson, Bon Koizumi at the Matsue Muesum, in Japan on July 5th 1996.

Takis Efstathiou organized Masaaki's first one person exhibition at the gallery Cyclades Antiebs in France in1995. At this time Masaaki ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 28.04.2013

The Spirit of Hermes sculpture at the Art Forum Gallery in Thessaloniki

The sculpture is 120 cm's high.

How did Masaaki become so involved in Greek culture?

Masaaki was introduced to Greek culture, and the work of Lacadio Hearn, through Art Collector, Takis Efsathiou.

Masaaki first met Lafcadio Hearn's grandson, Bon Koizumi at the Matsue Muesum, in Japan on July 5th 1996.

Takis Efstathiou organized Masaaki's first one person exhibition at the gallery Cyclades Antiebs in France in1995. At this time Masaaki ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 09.04.2013

Masaaki Noda

Photograph. Noda creating a sculpture in his studio.

Artistic Resume

1949 - Born, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan

1969 -1972 - Osaka University of Arts, Osaka
1977- Left Japan for New York City
1977-1980 - The Art Students League of New York

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

1982 - ACWLP Gallery, New York, NY - Kew Gallery, New York, NY
1982, 1985 - Miriam Per Iman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1984, ...

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submitted by Powerhouse Museum, Sydney on 14.05.2012

'Creation' rug, designed by Joice NanKivell Loch, Pyrgos, Greece, 1930 - 1960

Statement of significance

This handwoven rug is titled 'Creation' and was designed by Joice NanKivell Loch and woven by Turkish refugees in the village of Ouranopoulis, in Greece in the mid 1900s. Joice and her husband Sydney were deeply committed to alleviating poverty in Ouranoupolis. While visiting an elderly patient suffering from malnutrition, Joice became aware that the village women could use their weaving skills to earn income and saw this as an opportunity to help the villagers ...