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Celebrating 50 Years of the Loukia & Michael Zampelas Collection

May 18 2016 to Jul 29 2016

The permanent collection of the Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum revives artistic practices of the late 19th century to present day, with a great focus on the art and culture of Cyprus through the works of renowned Cypriot artists.The collection of Zampelas family began in 1966 with The Cart painted by Greek artist Dimitris Anthis. The creation of the Museum in 2012, implemented a lifelong vision aiming at the acquisition and promotion of Cypriot art both locally and internationally.The permanent collection distinguishes itself through its diversity of media, ranging from cementographies by Christoforos Savva, Glyn Hughes’s batique, the three-dimensional composition of found objects by Stass Paraskos, the naive folk representations of Michael Chr. Kassialos, engravings by Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali among others. Moreover, Theodoros Rallis, Alexandros Alexandrakis and Constantinos Volanakis represent Neoclassicism and Realism of the 19th century respectivel

Wednesday, 18 May 2016, 8.00pm
18 May - 29 July 2016
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