How can exaggeration go hand in hand with wisdom? The colorful and stylish saturation with the restraint of an ascetic aesthetic? And how can a productively be a forfeited value communicate with the vision of regeneration and renaissance? Manolis Anastasakos narrates his adventurous but melancholic wandering into a revealing world of conceptual and aesthetic contrasts, seeking reconciliation, teaching, freedom.
Si se pregunta qué es el arte público a un interlocutor genérico, la respuesta que probablemente se obtendrá será «una estatua ecuestre u otro tipo de monumento colocado en un plaza o en otro espacio público».
Drawing and painting have always been very important tools for me, creating images allows me to reflect on my ideas and also to share them with others.
Creating images by directly looking at nature is quite exciting but it is also an impractical process as it tends to require lots of time and a still model or landscape. Early in my career, I decided to embrace digital photography as the starting point to create my compositions; I saw them as guides that I could use to translate my thoughts onto the canvas.