On Saturday, April 29th 2023, the opening vernissage of the solo exhibition by Despoina-Maria Logidou entitled "Seeking the Divine Nature of Man" will take place at "Vasiliki -Galerie d'art" in Nafplio.
Despina-Maria Logidou is a Greek artist born in Athens in 1982 and has roots both in Greece and Cyprus, as well as Ethiopia. She studied Graphic Design and Early Childhood Studies in England and is also a graduate of the Theological School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
In her works, sources of inspiration are themes, such as prayer, human emotions in relation to oneself and the Divine, the contradictions and balance of the human psyche, as well as the challenging path one must traverse to approach their true self.
Her journey on this challenging path is evident in her paintings through the relations of color, which are rarely distinctly defined. She held her first solo exhibition in Rome in 2017 and continued with exhibitions in Syros, Andros, and Athens.
Mrs. Vassiliki Xylina (owner of Gallery)
Saturday, April 29th 2023 at 20:00
The exhibition entitled "Seeking the Divine Nature of Man" will take place from Saturday, April 29th, until Sunday, May 7th 2023.
Place - Visiting hours
Vasiliki -Galerie d'art: 50, Staikopoulou & 1,Favier str. Nafplio (old town)
Daily, 19:00 - 22:00
Τ. +30 697 898 3543
Did you know that?
Starting from April 8th 2023, an important Greek-French artistic cycle began at "Vasiliki -Galerie d'art", which will continue until October 2023. It is organized by the "Greek-French Art Circle - Vasiliki-Galerie d'art" and is a purely cultural and non-profit event under the auspices of the Municipal Cultural Organization of Nafplio. Its goal is to contribute to the cultural life of the city of Nafplio, by promoting artistic exchanges between Greece, France, and French-speaking countries. The program includes 8 solo exhibitions by the following artists: Charis Tsekoura, Despoina-Maria Logidou, Kostas Papaioannou, Iokasti, Cécile Biancheri, Manto Chelioti, Lambros Tatsakis, and Ziad Matta.