What an eclectic double private view of two artists’ works that took place earlier on tonight at London’s Hellenic Centre.
Vlassis Caniaris “Selected Works 1960’s-1980’s” was intriguing. Vlassis Caniaris (1928-2010) remains one of the most important Greek Artists of his generation.
Amy Stephens’ “Objects of Wonder” made many wondering for her meticulous work and presentation.
The event was introduced by the Hellenic Centre’s director Dr. Nayia Yiakoumaki.
Then come Stamos J. Fafalios, chairman of the Hellenic Centre’s Executive Board and a great benefactor and supporter of the centre, spoke too for both events as well as for the Hellenic Centre.
Then come the son of the late Vlassis Caniaris, Alexis Caniaris and Amy Stephens, both brief and to the point; excellent!
Guests were up and down – to the Main Hall as well as at the Friends Room, the balcony and the bar for drinks and arty discussions.
Good to see many friends from the past and meet new ones as well as staff from the Hellenic Centre as due to the Covid ordeal we were very cautious to participate in may events – add traveling all over Planet Ocean… for the needs of www.allaboutshipping.co.uk
Both exhibitions run until Saturday the 18th of November:
For the Caniaris’ exhibition: free entry, Tue- Thu 11am–08:30 pm, Fri, Sat: 11am – 5pm
For the Stephens’ exhibition: free entry too, Wed: 11am – 8:30pm, Fri, Sat: 11am – 5pm. Open by appointment on other days.
Worth to congratulate the entire team of London’s Hellenic Centre for theeir professional work and care.
Will revert with and update.
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