“Alysodeméno” – “Chained”, represents a body of work, a journey in time which links pieces created from 2005 to today, from my early experimentations with enamel, through to ‘Adapted Patterns’, a collection based on the simple schematic linear patterns relating to various types of Greek traditional aprons and costumes. The title ‘Alysodeméno’ is used here primarily as a metaphor. The work not only involves enamel which is ‘chain bound’, but also reflects a personal visual language. As the future is inexorably linked to the past and the traditional is tied to the contemporary, so is the strong undivided link between what represents me as an artist and my Greek-Cypriot cultural heritage.
Today is the opening of the exhibition “Chained” by Liana Pattihis at The Benaki Museum. The exhibition runs until May 27th.
Avui és la inauguració de l’exposició ”Chained” de la Liana Pattihis al Benaki Museum. L’exposició estarà oberta fins el 27 de maig.
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