Temporary Exhibition of Giant Cinema Posters, at the Kino Museum, Frankfurt a.M.
Giant Film Promotion Paintingsin Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt (September 30- November 4, 2001)
Exhibition,scenographic and graphic design, and design of the narrative space for the Giant Film Promotion Paintings Exhibition «Malerei und Druckgraphik griechischer Künstlerfür das Kino 1950-1975».
The«Hellafi» Collection consists of 193 original handmade giant paintings thatwere created on huge surfaces in a very short time. The collection"Hellafi" was deemed of enormous artistic, historic and collectiblesvalue: on a paper, often exceeding 9 meters height and 3 meters width, not onlywas captured the title of the film, but the entire history of visualcommunication and aesthetics prevailing in the older film history.
Amongthese collectible works included in the exhibition, visitors had theopportunity to enjoy creations by artists such as George Vakirtzis, StefanosAlmaliotis, Nikos Andreakos, Vaggelis Fenos, Costas Grigoriades, Costas andGeorge Kouzounis, Nikos Nikolaides, Manolis Panagiotopoulos, CharalambosSerases, Gerasimos Touliatos, Andreas Vazopoulos.
Exhibition Curator: NatashaGika.
Amanzoe Villa 20 | Greece
The "flagship" of Amanzoe branded Villas... "...Architectural Elements of the Classical Greek Golden Era, like "Post and Lintel", have been very carefully used in a contemporary form. The White Formed Concrete Columns and Beams placed in a row to create a colonnade of columns (the Peristyle) and a rhythm which "aligns" the senses, as you move past it..."
National Participation of Greece at the World Expo 2005
The theme of the Expo was "Nature's Wisdom", with national and corporate pavilions expressing themes of ecological co-existence, renewable technology, and the wonders of nature. In Japanese, this is rendered as Ai-chikyūhaku (愛・地球博), which means (roughly) "Love the Earth Expo," as well as being a play on the name of the host prefecture, 愛知 (Aichi)
Proposal for the Pavilion of Greece, Expo Shanghai 2010
The pavilion refers to the city structure elements by reproducing the basic synthetic elements of the urban fabric, while relating them to the main themes of the Expo 2010. It offers visitors a chance to experience a "slice of life" from a Greek city...