A trip to North Pakistan – from Peshawar to Kalash

by Dimitra Stasinopoulou Travelling to North Pakistan, is an adventure in and of itself! It is a country blessed with abundant natural and historical riches. From breath-taking Himalayan mountain scenery, to rivers and forests, unique tribes, important archaeological sites, museums and very hospital people. Especially the north, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is a wild frontier. Only for visiting …

Bangladesh-Greece Friendship in Colours

Bangladesh-Greece Friendship in Colours – group painting exhibition Opening: Wednesday, 27 June 2018 at 7:30 pm The exhibition will remain open for display until 29 June 2018 (12 pm –8pm) Venue: EOS art gallery, 38 Cheiden Victoria Square, Athens Participate six Bangladeshi and six Greek artists: Rena Anousis, Evi Athanassiou, Bipasha Hayat, Afrozaa Jamil, Martha Koritsoglu, Stella Koukoulaki, …

“Indus Streams & Delphi Hills” painting exhibition by Dr Rekha K. Rana in Mumbai

Do not miss if you are around Mumbai. You are cordially invited to attend the solo show of paintings by distinguished freelance artist Dr Rekha K. Rana “Indus Streams & Delphi Hills” from 29th May to 4th June 2018 at Jehangir art gallery, Mumbai Inauguration:  Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 5.30 p.m. Dignities: *Anil K …

Father Constantinos Parthenios and the Last Supper by Johann Zoffany in the St. John’s Church, Kolkata

Dimitrios Vassiliadis One of the most famous artworks now hanging on the walls of the St. John’s Church, Kolkata (Calcutta) is the painting of The Last Supper by the German neoclassical painter Johann Zoffany (1733 – 1810)  after Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece. Zoffany completed his Last Supper in 1787, but the painting that we see …

A photo exhibition by Mariva Zacharof about Bangladesh’s tough reality

Municipal Art Gallery Lefa, Psychiko Duration: 1 February – 6 April 2018 Visiting hours: Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday 10-18 / Wednesday 13-20 The Municipal Art Gallery  Lefa in Psychiko exhibits the photographs of contemporary Greek artist Mariva Zacharof, which she recorded during her three-month trip to Bangladesh in early 2017. The Photography Exhibition titled “The Tree and the …

Greek-Indian printmaking exhibition in Alexandroupolis

Opening: Monday 30 October at 20:00 Duration: 30/10- 17/11/2017 Historical Museum of Alexandroupolis ( 335 Dimokratias avenue ) Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10: 30-14: 30 The Dictum Factum Team and the Historical Museum of Alexandroupolis present the printmaking exhibition entitled: “Illusions and Reality” under the auspices of the Union of Greek Printmakers. The exhibition will run from …

Congratulations to Dimitra Stasinopoulou

Congratulations to the Greek world traveler and photographer, Dimitra Stasinopoulou, who won the second position in ΒΒC: Pictures Competition about  India. The wining picture is from her tour to Kolkata in December 2016.  Slums, such as this one in Kolkata, are the entry points of the poor into cities. Millions have migrated from the countryside in the search …

Life in Nagaland

Dimitra Stasinopoulou’s photographic collection from the northeastern state of Nagaland in an e-book format. click on the photo to see the collection The State of Nagaland, The Land of the Great Warriors, was cut off for years due to political unrest and was only opened to visitors in the last few years. It lies in the far North-Eastern …

Tribute to Vasiliki Tampouri

Vassiliki Tampouri, a leading painter and teacher of painting, left our world on January 4, 2017. She was Creator and representative of the  Association of Greek Visual Artists  & Cultural Creators “Technosfaira” whose work inspired hundreds of young and old artists. Faithful to the humanitarian and Hellenic values, she reflected through her works an inexhaustible love for …