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Figurines of doves
Heart Shaped Silver Tray
Vlacherna Monastery Cross
Plate with Eros and Psyche
Earrings-Sunflowers and trellis
Silver ring with garnet
Cufflinks with floral decoration
Brooch inspired by Opy Zouni's work
Poster by Zoe Keramea-Greek Alphabet
Silkscreen print by Yannis Moralis
Dimitris Harissiadis. Mykonos, 1955
Silkscreen print by Nikos Stephanou
Giclee print by Minas Semertzian, Joseph Beuys, 2000
Silkscreen print by Yannis Tsarouchis, Youth sleeping by the sea
Dimitrios Harissiadis, Sifnos, 1956
Dimitris Harissiadis, Omonia square, Athens 1955
Rattle with floral decoration
Modern Play House
The Book With a Hole
Votive offering-Guardian angel
Art Collector Game
The Photographs of Joan Leigh Fermor
Αθήνα 1839-1900. Φωτογραφικές Μαρτυρίες
THOMAS HOPE. Σχέδια της Οθωμανικής Κωνσταντινούπολης. Drawings of Ottoman Istanbul
Έκθεση σε 7’’. Λεωνίδας Κουργιαντάκης Leonidas Kourgiantakis 7" Exposure
The Architect’s Workshop
Έλλη Παππά. Μαρτυρίες μιας διαδρομής
Τ(ρ)όποι λατρείας. Τάσος Βρεττός Wor(th)ship.Tassos Vrettos
Kylix (type of cup)
Decorative item "Wish Tree"
Brooch - Silverchild
Votive offering of a sailling ship
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Published by DESTE Foundation for Contemporary ArtEdited by Karen Marta, Massimiliano Gioni. Text by Ali Subotnick.
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Through painting, collage, artist books, sculpture and ceramics, Josh Smith's work is dominated by spontaneous, gestural brushstrokes and vibrant colors, and characterized by systematic processes, replication, and serial repetition. Often using his signature to structure the space of the picture, Smith investigates notions of authorship, authenticity, and originality. Part of the 2000 Words series, conceived by Massimiliano Gioni and published by the DESTE Foundation, 2000 Words: Josh Smith presents the entirety of the American artist's works in the Dakis Joannou Collection and includes an essay by Anne Pontegnie that examines how the artist explicitly seeks to open up a different pictorial space.
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