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Statement

Daskopoulou is known "as a woman who paints women, boldly, timely and lonely". By the end of her life in 2006 she had produced over 100 portraits of women that convey their conventional roles in society or their psychological state. CAN gallery presents rare works, mostly portrait

Press Release

When in 1978 Boulgoura asked Daskopoulou if she wanted to join the club of greek female artists with some pretentious amazement Celia replied: “But I have nothing against men!”

Daskopoulou's oeuvre was supported and systematically presented in solo exhibitions from 1962 until 2000 by Nees Morfes gallery, Athens. During her lifetime, her work was highly appreciated by public and art critics …

When in 1978 Boulgoura asked Daskopoulou if she wanted to join the club of greek female artists with some pretentious amazement Celia replied: “But I have nothing against men!”

Daskopoulou's oeuvre was supported and systematically presented in solo exhibitions from 1962 until 2000 by Nees Morfes gallery, Athens. During her lifetime, her work was highly appreciated by public and art critics who established her as one of the most authentic (female) voices in Greek art history.

Location

P. Anagnostopoulou 42
Athens, GR