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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!

23081:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22869:Photos > Kytherian Art

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.

22833:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22831:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22812:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22811:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22810:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22809:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

22158:Photos > Kytherian Art

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 ...

20111:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Wentworth Courier on 01.04.2012

Greek art exhibition featuring Felicia Aroney and Yanni Souvatzoglou at Art2Muse Gallery

Greek art exhibition at Double Bay
Exhibitions

When:

21 Mar 12 - 3 Apr 12

Venue:

Art2Muse Gallery

Where:

357 New South Head Rd, Double Bay, NSW, 2028

Contact:

Katrina Hampton on 0424 809 849 or Email, art2muse, here

20057:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by J. Paul Getty Museum on 27.03.2012

Aphrodite and the Gods of Love. March 28th, 2012 - July 9, 2012, the Getty Villa

The original exhibition has now moved from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to the Getty Villa

Editor's note: Kytherian's in Southern California have already arranged to undertake a group visit to the Exhibition

Typically associated with love, beauty and sex, the Greek goddess Aphrodite was a much more complex figure.

Not only could she be manipulative and destructive in matters of the heart, especially together with her companion Eros, but her ...

20043:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by National Archaeological Museum on 25.03.2012

Statue of Hermes

[An artefact from the Antikythera shipwreck]

Material: Parian marble

Dimensions: H. 1.93 m.

Provenance: Antikythera shipwreck. From the material retrieved in 1900-1901

(28.1.1901 [head], 30.1.1901 [torso])

Date: Early 1st c. BC

Inv. no: 2774

The life-size statue of Hermes is fully restored with its inherent plinth. The surface of the statue, particularly its right side, is severely eroded by ...

20040:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 25.03.2012

Scroll artwork and poem written and created by Zoe Savina

in dedication to Lafcadio Hearn, Koizumi Yakumo, - to the plum trees - the other Odysseus

…and what will happen now?
for years I have tightly embraced Basho!
and just before, Issa,
but the friend –stubborn, turned the page for me…

and the goblins came, disaster, chrysanthemum shadows
written by the child who drew cats

afterwards he left
beyond the cherry trees
listening to the fluttering of the birds

19848:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Hellenic Museums & Galleries on 26.01.2012

Head of Aphrodite,

Details:

Greek, made in Athens
Late Classical period, about 330 BC
Marble, from Paros
H. 28.8 cm, w. 18.1 cm, d. 24.8 cm
Francis Bartlett Donation of 1900 03.743

Other sculptures and paintings:

Statuette of Aphrodite emerging from the sea,Greek or Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, Hellenistic or Imperial Period, first century BC or ...

19465:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 30.09.2011

Emmanuel Cavacos, at about age 84 in his studio

standing before a large recumbent sculpture of Aphrodite.

Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos
was born in Potamos, Kythera, on February 10th, 1885. He emigrated to the United States of America, when he was sixteen years old, and settled in Baltimore, in the suburb of Hampden, where his brother Constantine was living. Another brother Theodore also chose to live in Baltimore. (Theodore was married to fellow Kytherian Pothiti Chlentzos). In Baltimore he formed a close friendship with Charles ...

19464:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 30.09.2011

Emmanuel Cavacos' sculpture Danseuse (Ballerina) 1915 as seen from above

Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos was born in Potamos, Kythera, on February 10th, 1885. He emigrated to the United States of America, when he was sixteen years old, and settled in Baltimore, in the suburb of Hampden, where his brother Constantine was living. Another brother Theodore also chose to live in Baltimore. (Theodore was married to fellow Kytherian Pothiti Chlentzos). In Baltimore he formed a close friendship with Charles Fitzpatrick, with whom he communicated for many years. Photographs and ...

19446:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 29.09.2011

Emmanuel Cavacos Signature at the base of sculpture, 1915

Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos was born in Potamos, Kythera, on February 10th, 1885. He emigrated to the United States of America, when he was sixteen years old, and settled in Baltimore, in the suburb of Hampden, where his brother Constantine was living. Another brother Theodore also chose to live in Baltimore. (Theodore was married to fellow Kytherian Pothiti Chlentzos). In Baltimore he formed a close friendship with Charles Fitzpatrick, with whom he communicated for many years. Photographs and ...

19445:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 29.09.2011

Three sculptures by Emmanuel Cavacos

The artworks are identifed as,

'The Kiss' dancing
'Whirlwind' bronze
'Springtime' bronze

Autographed photograph To dear Chas. Fitzpatrick, Em. Cavacos, March 1930

Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos
was born in Potamos, Kythera, on February 10th, 1885. He emigrated to the United States of America, when he was sixteen years old, and settled in Baltimore, in the suburb of Hampden, where his brother Constantine was living. Another brother Theodore ...

19444:Photos > Kytherian Art

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 29.09.2011

Nude female bronze by Emmanuel Cavacos

Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos was born in Potamos, Kythera, on February 10th, 1885. He emigrated to the United States of America, when he was sixteen years old, and settled in Baltimore, in the suburb of Hampden, where his brother Constantine was living. Another brother Theodore also chose to live in Baltimore. (Theodore was married to fellow Kytherian Pothiti Chlentzos). In Baltimore he formed a close friendship with Charles Fitzpatrick, with whom he communicated for many years. Photographs and ...