Liminal - Neither Here nor There

Liminal - Neither Here nor There

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Alexis Vasilikos
Oceanic, #3812, 2019
€2,000
Oceanic Series - In a 1927 letter to Sigmund Freud, Romain Rolland coined the phrase “oceanic feeling” to refer to the sensation of being one with the universe. According to Rolland, this feeling is the source of all the religious energy that permeates in various religious systems, and one may justifiably call oneself religious on the basis of this oceanic feeling alone, even if one renounces every belief and every illusion. The oceanic feeling is when we are nothing and everything at the same time. We are nothing because there is no thing that can describe or contain what we are and we are everything because all existence takes place within our being. The oceanic feeling expressed in negative terms implies the dissolution of the separate self, the end of duality and when it is expressed in positive terms, it manifests as the oneness with all life. Regardless of how it is expressed or put into language, it is a feeling not an idea. The oceanic feeling is the feeling of being the ocean where all rivers flow rather than a river that flows towards the ocean. In the words of the great mystic Rumi: “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” Alexis Vasilikos (b.1977) is an Athens-based visual artist.
His work revolves around the spiritual experience, abstraction, and the digital sublime.
He studied photography in Athens, at Focus and A.k.t.o. and attended the Art History Course of D.A.M.S. in Bologna. 
Since 2012 he is co-editing  Phases Magazine an online fine art photography magazine.
Ηe is represented by CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery.
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Alexis Vasilikos
Oceanic, #2472, 2019
€1,200
Oceanic Series In a 1927 letter to Sigmund Freud, Romain Rolland coined the phrase “oceanic feeling” to refer to the sensation of being one with the universe. According to Rolland, this feeling is the source of all the religious energy that permeates in various religious systems, and one may justifiably call oneself religious on the basis of this oceanic feeling alone, even if one renounces every belief and every illusion. The oceanic feeling is when we are nothing and everything at the same time. We are nothing because there is no thing that can describe or contain what we are and we are everything because all existence takes place within our being. The oceanic feeling expressed in negative terms implies the dissolution of the separate self, the end of duality and when it is expressed in positive terms, it manifests as the oneness with all life. Regardless of how it is expressed or put into language, it is a feeling not an idea. The oceanic feeling is the feeling of being the ocean where all rivers flow rather than a river that flows towards the ocean. In the words of the great mystic Rumi: “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” Alexis Vasilikos (b.1977) is an Athens-based visual artist.
His work revolves around the spiritual experience, abstraction, and the digital sublime.
He studied photography in Athens, at Focus and A.k.t.o. and attended the Art History Course of D.A.M.S. in Bologna. 
Since 2012 he is co-editing  Phases Magazine an online fine art photography magazine.
Ηe is represented by CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery.
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Alexis Vasilikos
Oceanic, #4738, 2019
€2,000
Oceanic Series In a 1927 letter to Sigmund Freud, Romain Rolland coined the phrase “oceanic feeling” to refer to the sensation of being one with the universe. According to Rolland, this feeling is the source of all the religious energy that permeates in various religious systems, and one may justifiably call oneself religious on the basis of this oceanic feeling alone, even if one renounces every belief and every illusion. The oceanic feeling is when we are nothing and everything at the same time. We are nothing because there is no thing that can describe or contain what we are and we are everything because all existence takes place within our being. The oceanic feeling expressed in negative terms implies the dissolution of the separate self, the end of duality and when it is expressed in positive terms, it manifests as the oneness with all life. Regardless of how it is expressed or put into language, it is a feeling not an idea. The oceanic feeling is the feeling of being the ocean where all rivers flow rather than a river that flows towards the ocean. In the words of the great mystic Rumi: “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” Alexis Vasilikos (b.1977) is an Athens-based visual artist.
His work revolves around the spiritual experience, abstraction, and the digital sublime.
He studied photography in Athens, at Focus and A.k.t.o. and attended the Art History Course of D.A.M.S. in Bologna. 
Since 2012 he is co-editing  Phases Magazine an online fine art photography magazine.
Ηe is represented by CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery.
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Antonis Kapnisis
Untitled, 2018
€2,200
Antonis Kapnissis was born in Athens in 1987. In 2011 he graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts where he completed his Master’s degree in Fine Arts in 2019. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Greece and Cyprus. He lives and works in Athens. Kapnissis has been working with drawing and painting, addressing the concepts of vision, journeying without cause, landscape, self-confinement (isolation) and theological matters relating to the nature of the image. Pictures initially drawn on a computer, then painted by hand on surfaces like paper and wood, negotiate the contrast between manmade and non-manmade, real and digital.
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Antonis Kapnisis
River, 2018
€2,500
Antonis Kapnissis was born in Athens in 1987. In 2011 he graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts where he completed his Master’s degree in Fine Arts in 2019. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Greece and Cyprus. He lives and works in Athens. Kapnissis has been working with drawing and painting, addressing the concepts of vision, journeying without cause, landscape, self-confinement (isolation) and theological matters relating to the nature of the image. Pictures initially drawn on a computer, then painted by hand on surfaces like paper and wood, negotiate the contrast between manmade and non-manmade, real and digital.
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Antonis Kapnisis
Eclipse II, 2018
€2,000
Antonis Kapnissis was born in Athens in 1987. In 2011 he graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts where he completed his Master’s degree in Fine Arts in 2019. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Greece and Cyprus. He lives and works in Athens. Kapnissis has been working with drawing and painting, addressing the concepts of vision, journeying without cause, landscape, self-confinement (isolation) and theological matters relating to the nature of the image. Pictures initially drawn on a computer, then painted by hand on surfaces like paper and wood, negotiate the contrast between manmade and non-manmade, real and digital.
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Dionisis Christofilogiannis
Feels like home - Rome, 2018
€1,800
FEELS LIKE HOME  All can make their way to our doorstep with lightning speed. Terror effect is not far from our homes.  Where is now a safe place in the world? Did you ever think that tomorrow you have to move from your homeland? A series of these colaz photographs reveal a ruined cityscape of Athens and Thessaloniki blended with Syrian abandoned capital. Are you ready to leave your home, culture, family, language, and history? Where are you going to find a shelter? Safe shelter. This series of photo collages by Dionisis Christofilogiannis presents the image of a dystopian world, of an unfamiliar reality. Characteristic sites of Athens (with the Parthenon, Mount Lycabettus, and Omonoia Square dominating the scene) and Thessaloniki (with the city’s old promenade in the foreground) are combined with views from the desolate urban landscape of the now-abandoned capital of Syria. These images capture and record our fragmented, irrational era, an era in which no one feels safe, as the state of fear is becoming entrenched and amplified by new, emerging forms of violence. We are all potential refugees, strangers in the midst of strangers, seeking a new home, a safe home. Dionisis' artistic approach deals with a dialogue between different types of artistic elements. Dionisis' works are dominated by the architectural element and geometrical forms where simplicity, purity, and abstraction come together with beautification and lyricism. He comments on the contemporary social, economic and political disorder where the right to housing, a fundamental human right, is placed under constant questioning.
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Dionisis Christofilogiannis
Feels like home - Acropolis, 2017
€2,400
FEELS LIKE HOME  All can make their way to our doorstep with lightning speed. Terror effect is not far from our homes.  Where is now a safe place in the world? Did you ever think that tomorrow you have to move from your homeland? A series of these colaz photographs reveal a ruined cityscape of Athens and Thessaloniki blended with Syrian abandoned capital. Are you ready to leave your home, culture, family, language, and history? Where are you going to find a shelter? Safe shelter. This series of photo collages by Dionisis Christofilogiannis presents the image of a dystopian world, of an unfamiliar reality. Characteristic sites of Athens (with the Parthenon, Mount Lycabettus, and Omonoia Square dominating the scene) and Thessaloniki (with the city’s old promenade in the foreground) are combined with views from the desolate urban landscape of the now-abandoned capital of Syria. These images capture and record our fragmented, irrational era, an era in which no one feels safe, as the state of fear is becoming entrenched and amplified by new, emerging forms of violence. We are all potential refugees, strangers in the midst of strangers, seeking a new home, a safe home. Dionisis' artistic approach deals with a dialogue between different types of artistic elements. Dionisis' works are dominated by the architectural element and geometrical forms where simplicity, purity, and abstraction come together with beautification and lyricism. He comments on the contemporary social, economic and political disorder where the right to housing, a fundamental human right, is placed under constant questioning.
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Dionisis Christofilogiannis
Feels like home - Paris, 2017
€1,800
FEELS LIKE HOME  All can make their way to our doorstep with lightning speed. Terror effect is not far from our homes.  Where is now a safe place in the world? Did you ever think that tomorrow you have to move from your homeland? A series of these colaz photographs reveal a ruined cityscape of Athens and Thessaloniki blended with Syrian abandoned capital. Are you ready to leave your home, culture, family, language, and history? Where are you going to find a shelter? Safe shelter. This series of photo collages by Dionisis Christofilogiannis presents the image of a dystopian world, of an unfamiliar reality. Characteristic sites of Athens (with the Parthenon, Mount Lycabettus, and Omonoia Square dominating the scene) and Thessaloniki (with the city’s old promenade in the foreground) are combined with views from the desolate urban landscape of the now-abandoned capital of Syria. These images capture and record our fragmented, irrational era, an era in which no one feels safe, as the state of fear is becoming entrenched and amplified by new, emerging forms of violence. We are all potential refugees, strangers in the midst of strangers, seeking a new home, a safe home. Dionisis' artistic approach deals with a dialogue between different types of artistic elements. Dionisis' works are dominated by the architectural element and geometrical forms where simplicity, purity, and abstraction come together with beautification and lyricism. He comments on the contemporary social, economic and political disorder where the right to housing, a fundamental human right, is placed under constant questioning.
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Eva Papamargariti
Terraload, 2014
€1,200 - 1,700
Eva Papamargariti grew up in Greece where she graduated from the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly with a Diploma in Architecture (2012). She holds a Master Degree on Visual Communication Design from Royal College of Art, London (2016). Her practice focuses on time-based media but also printed material and sculptural installations that explore the relationship between digital space and material reality. She is interested in the creation of 2d/3d rendered spaces and scenarios which provoke narrations based on the obscure simultaneous situations happening in a quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical environments, blurring the boundaries between these ‘ecosystems’. Her work delves into issues and themes related to simultaneity, the merging and dissolving of our surroundings with the virtual, the constant diffusion of fabricated synthetic images that define and fragment our identity and everyday experience, the symbiotic procedures and entanglement that take place between humans, nature and technology. Furthermore, processes that are established through online presence, as well as the traces that our operations inscribe to the objects and habitat where we find ourselves situated into, through our continuous interaction with devices and machinic artifacts.

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Eva Papamargariti
Saturation, 2018
€1,700
Eva Papamargariti grew up in Greece where she graduated from the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly with a Diploma in Architecture (2012). She holds a Master Degree on Visual Communication Design from Royal College of Art, London (2016). Her practice focuses on time-based media but also printed material and sculptural installations that explore the relationship between digital space and material reality. She is interested in the creation of 2d/3d rendered spaces and scenarios which provoke narrations based on the obscure simultaneous situations happening in a quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical environments, blurring the boundaries between these ‘ecosystems’. Her work delves into issues and themes related to simultaneity, the merging and dissolving of our surroundings with the virtual, the constant diffusion of fabricated synthetic images that define and fragment our identity and everyday experience, the symbiotic procedures and entanglement that take place between humans, nature and technology. Furthermore, processes that are established through online presence, as well as the traces that our operations inscribe to the objects and habitat where we find ourselves situated into, through our continuous interaction with devices and machinic artifacts.

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Eva Papamargariti
Red Smoke, 2018
€1,700
Eva Papamargariti grew up in Greece where she graduated from the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly with a Diploma in Architecture (2012). She holds a Master Degree on Visual Communication Design from Royal College of Art, London (2016). Her practice focuses on time-based media but also printed material and sculptural installations that explore the relationship between digital space and material reality. She is interested in the creation of 2d/3d rendered spaces and scenarios which provoke narrations based on the obscure simultaneous situations happening in a quotidian frequency on the verge of digital and physical environments, blurring the boundaries between these ‘ecosystems’. Her work delves into issues and themes related to simultaneity, the merging and dissolving of our surroundings with the virtual, the constant diffusion of fabricated synthetic images that define and fragment our identity and everyday experience, the symbiotic procedures and entanglement that take place between humans, nature and technology. Furthermore, processes that are established through online presence, as well as the traces that our operations inscribe to the objects and habitat where we find ourselves situated into, through our continuous interaction with devices and machinic artifacts.

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VERSAWEISS
Harlow, 2014
€1,600
The team’s creative activity expresses the need for a collective visual dialogue with social perspectives. Versaweiss references’ range from everyday life, contemporary visual culture, architecture and history of art among others. The duo combines new media, digital printing, and graphic design with the traditional forms of art (painting, sculpture, installation, photography). Through their imagery the viewer is introduced to a fragile ‘’reality’’ and draws new connections regarding mental experiences and emotional states. Irony, sarcasm, ignorance, knowledge, romance, truth, belief but mainly the search for authentic skepticism is obvious in their artistic practices.
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VERSAWEISS
W.A.N.M.III (Marilyn Monroe), 2014
€1,600
The team’s creative activity expresses the need for a collective visual dialogue with social perspectives. Versaweiss references’ range from everyday life, contemporary visual culture, architecture and history of art among others. The duo combines new media, digital printing, and graphic design with the traditional forms of art (painting, sculpture, installation, photography). Through their imagery the viewer is introduced to a fragile ‘’reality’’ and draws new connections regarding mental experiences and emotional states. Irony, sarcasm, ignorance, knowledge, romance, truth, belief but mainly the search for authentic skepticism is obvious in their artistic practices.
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VERSAWEISS
Sudden Jim (Charles Ray), 2014
€1,600
The team’s creative activity expresses the need for a collective visual dialogue with social perspectives. Versaweiss references’ range from everyday life, contemporary visual culture, architecture and history of art among others. The duo combines new media, digital printing, and graphic design with the traditional forms of art (painting, sculpture, installation, photography). Through their imagery the viewer is introduced to a fragile ‘’reality’’ and draws new connections regarding mental experiences and emotional states. Irony, sarcasm, ignorance, knowledge, romance, truth, belief but mainly the search for authentic skepticism is obvious in their artistic practices.
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Yannis Theodoropoulos
Winter Light, 2017
€4,200
Yiannis Theodoropoulos’ photographies constitute sites of absence, of memory. For him, the truth lies in maintaining the moment rather than capturing a universal story. It is the moment in between moments, however seemingly insignificant, carrying the past and yet not of it, leading into the future which is not yet there.
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Yannis Theodoropoulos
Untitled from the series Homescapes, 2008
€1,700
Yiannis Theodoropoulos’ photographies constitute sites of absence, of memory. For him, the truth lies in maintaining the moment rather than capturing a universal story. It is the moment in between moments, however seemingly insignificant, carrying the past and yet not of it, leading into the future which is not yet there.
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Yannis Theodoropoulos
Construction from the Greek Party series, Skyros , 1999-2003
€4,200
Yiannis Theodoropoulos’ photographies constitute sites of absence, of memory. For him, the truth lies in maintaining the moment rather than capturing a universal story. It is the moment in between moments, however seemingly insignificant, carrying the past and yet not of it, leading into the future which is not yet there.
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Yorgos Marazioti
Marmont Dreams , 2019
€3,250
Born in 1984, in Athens (GR), Yorgos Maraziotis is an MA graduate of the Royal Academy in Antwerp. He has also studied Silkscreen printing at the School Of Visual Arts in New York City and holds a First Class degree in Visual Arts from the Wolverhampton University (UK). Ηe uses various media such as sculpture, installation, painting and publications and often works in thematic series. He is a member of the participatory art group November and a curatorial member of the cultural initiative AthenSYN. His multidisciplinary practice focuses on conceptual processes that revisit past civilisations and attempt to translate them into today’s culture. He sculpturally intervenes in space and develops intimate participatory situations that explore domesticity, question the concept of contemporary habitation and study the contrast between the pragmatic and the fictitious. His artworks often gain a gestural narrative and attempt to co-exist strong antithetical notions, such as private/ public, pleasure/ discontent, danger/ safety. His work has been exhibited in group and solo shows internationally, in galleries, art institutions and museums such as Marres House for Contemporary Culture Maastricht, Museum Tinguely Basel, AC Institute New York City, 7 Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, SVA New York City, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, CICA Museum South Korea, Benaki Museum Athens, Box Freiraum Berlin, Matadero Madrid among others. He is awarded with the 2020 Artworks Fellowship from Stavros Niarchos Foundation and has been a resident artist at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA, USA). He lives and works in Antwerp.
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Yorgos Marazioti
Kill Police, Save City, 2019
€2,200
Born in 1984, in Athens (GR), Yorgos Maraziotis is an MA graduate of the Royal Academy in Antwerp. He has also studied Silkscreen printing at the School Of Visual Arts in New York City and holds a First Class degree in Visual Arts from the Wolverhampton University (UK). Ηe uses various media such as sculpture, installation, painting and publications and often works in thematic series. He is a member of the participatory art group November and a curatorial member of the cultural initiative AthenSYN. His multidisciplinary practice focuses on conceptual processes that revisit past civilisations and attempt to translate them into today’s culture. He sculpturally intervenes in space and develops intimate participatory situations that explore domesticity, question the concept of contemporary habitation and study the contrast between the pragmatic and the fictitious. His artworks often gain a gestural narrative and attempt to co-exist strong antithetical notions, such as private/ public, pleasure/ discontent, danger/ safety. His work has been exhibited in group and solo shows internationally, in galleries, art institutions and museums such as Marres House for Contemporary Culture Maastricht, Museum Tinguely Basel, AC Institute New York City, 7 Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, SVA New York City, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, CICA Museum South Korea, Benaki Museum Athens, Box Freiraum Berlin, Matadero Madrid among others. He is awarded with the 2020 Artworks Fellowship from Stavros Niarchos Foundation and has been a resident artist at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA, USA). He lives and works in Antwerp.
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Yorgos Marazioti
Untitled (Pink and Grey), 2016
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Born in 1984, in Athens (GR), Yorgos Maraziotis is an MA graduate of the Royal Academy in Antwerp. He has also studied Silkscreen printing at the School Of Visual Arts in New York City and holds a First Class degree in Visual Arts from the Wolverhampton University (UK). Ηe uses various media such as sculpture, installation, painting and publications and often works in thematic series. He is a member of the participatory art group November and a curatorial member of the cultural initiative AthenSYN. His multidisciplinary practice focuses on conceptual processes that revisit past civilisations and attempt to translate them into today’s culture. He sculpturally intervenes in space and develops intimate participatory situations that explore domesticity, question the concept of contemporary habitation and study the contrast between the pragmatic and the fictitious. His artworks often gain a gestural narrative and attempt to co-exist strong antithetical notions, such as private/ public, pleasure/ discontent, danger/ safety. His work has been exhibited in group and solo shows internationally, in galleries, art institutions and museums such as Marres House for Contemporary Culture Maastricht, Museum Tinguely Basel, AC Institute New York City, 7 Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, SVA New York City, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, CICA Museum South Korea, Benaki Museum Athens, Box Freiraum Berlin, Matadero Madrid among others. He is awarded with the 2020 Artworks Fellowship from Stavros Niarchos Foundation and has been a resident artist at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA, USA). He lives and works in Antwerp.