Year published: 2016
The Alpha Bank Collection. Greek Art from 1950 until Today (Rethymno)
The publication The Alpha Bank Collection. Greek Art from 1950 until Today (Rethymno) features works by Greek avant-garde artists. It accompanied the same-titled exhibition that opened in Rethymno in September 2016.
- Edited by: Irene Orati
- Language: Bilingual (Greek/English)
- Year published: 2016
What the publication includes
The publication The Alpha Bank Collection. Greek Art from 1950 until Today (Rethymno) features paintings and prints dated from 1950 onwards. The pieces were created by Greek avant-garde artists.
The publication outlines the evolution of contemporary Greek art in a period of constant change.
The catalogue of a remarkable exhibition
The publication accompanied the exhibition “The Alpha Bank Collection. Greek Art from 1950 until Today” that opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete in Rethymno on 16 September 2016.
Notable avant-garde artists
The publication includes works of Greek avant-garde artists, namely: Y. Gaitis, V. Caniaris, P. Tetsis, N. Kessanlis, D. Perdikidis, T. Stamos, M. Prasinos.
It also features works by artists who defined the international face of Greek art, such as J. Psychopedis, C. Romanos, Y. Bouteas, Chryssa, S. Antonakos, N. Kanagini, V. Sperantzas, K. Mortarakos, J. Molfessis, A. Levidis, as well as the modern trends: M. Zamboura, M. Zacharioudakis, N. Alexiou, G. Lappas, D. Angelidou, M. Giannakaki.
Similarly, the works of printmakers such as V. Katraki, A. Tassos, K. Grammatopoulos, T. Nikolaidou, G. Varlamos, R. Tzolakis, M. Arfaras, D. Siaterli, V. Tsalamata and K. Papamichalopoulos define the highly interesting evolution of printmaking in Greece.
Edited by: Irene Orati
Publisher: Alpha Bank
Place and time: Athens, 2016
Dimensions: 29 x 21.3 cm