3rd art contest – exhibition of finalists ‘Light and Darkness – φως και σκοτάδι’ , Paleochora 14th – 22nd May,

Come and join the event  to celebrate art, in a timeBildschirmfoto 2022-05-05 um 22.29.54 that needs art more than ever!

Opening night of finalists’ exhibition: 14th May at 18.30

Closing night & prize presentation by the Mayor of Paleochora:
22th May at 18.30.

Where: Art Flow Studio Gallery, Harbour – Limani, Paleochora

Opening hours:  Tuesday to Sunday 18.30 – 22.30, morning by appointment.

 Refreshments and musical entertainment during the opening and closing  night.

The Municipality of Kandanos-Selinou, cultural department, in collaboration with Art Flow Studio Gallery of Paleochora , are pleased to announce the 26 finalists  of the selected artists  who will exhibit in the art gallery.
All the finalists’ art works are exhibited at the Art Flow Studio Gallery in Paleochora from 14th to 22nd May and the public will have the opportunity to see how local and international artists have responded to the artistic theme of this year: ‘Light and Darkness’.

Visitors will also be invited to submit a personal favorite vote and the  selected artist will receive a special certificate .

For more information:




Tel: 6947044741 / 2823041443



Larissa Abtova – Latvia

Lydia Beckler – Ethiopia – UK

Frances Bryant Scott – Canada

Maria Chatzipavli – Greece

Romain Chauvet – France

Rolf Dahlstrom – Sweden

Maria Daskalaki – Greece

Jayne Dexter – UK

Ariadni Doulaveri – Greece

Geta Doulaveri – Romania

Paul Dumora – France

Silvia Forrer – Switzerland

Sarah Ann Green – UK

Eveline Jo Oswald – Switzerland

Stephen Jones – UK

Michelle Kergoat – France

Nikos Manessis – Greece

Lenny Metaxa – Greece

Eirini Orphanou – Greece

Dimitra Papageorgiou – Greece

Vasilis Patsourakis – Greece

Katerina Sklaveniti – Greece

Nikos Toutountzis – Greece

Mark Tristram – UK

Halina Truszczyńska – Poland

Simon Wakefield – UK

Source: Art Flow Studio




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