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a Kimonos Art Center production

30/04/2022 - 15/05/2022

Andreas Stylianides park Geroskipou

large scale mural on a water tower in the town of Geroskipou

Surrounded by the water as the island that hosts it, there's a female figure that looks ahead, while life passes through her hands.

A gentle tribute to the figure of the goddess Aphrodite (as here according to the Greek mythology, it's where her sacred gardens were located) with the will to underline the role and the importance of water, the real main character, not only in the mural, but in all Cyprus, located in a such unique position in the Mediterranean sea, but that still fights the most dramatics water shortages of Europe.

project sponsored by Korantina Homes Ltd

with the support of Geroskipou municipality

Laszlo Galos,

Στέγη Γραμμάτων και Τεχνών Πάφου,

Τετάρτη, 09/11/2022, 19:30

Το Κέντρο Τεχνών Κίμωνος και η Φωτογραφική εταιρία Κύπρου – Τμήμα Πάφου σας προσκαλούν στην παρουσίαση του φωτογράφου Laszlo Galos στη Στέγη Γραμμάτων και Τεχνών Πάφου, την Τετάρτη 09 Νοεμβρίου 2022 στις 19:30.

Ο Laszlo Galos γεννήθηκε στη Ουγγαρία και τα τελευταία χρόνια διαμένει στην Ολλανδία. Είναι από τους λίγους καλλιτέχνες που αξιοποιούν την φωτογραφική τεχνική υγρού κολλοδίου συνδυάζοντας τον παραδοσιακό αυτό τρόπο εμφάνισης σε γυάλινες πλάκες με σύγχρονες τεχνολογίες για την δημιουργία ψηφιακών αλλά και αναλογικών φωτογραφικών κολλάζ.

Κατά τη διάρκεια της εκδήλωσης θα γίνει παρουσίαση του έργου του καλλιτέχνη, της συγκεκριμένης αυτής τεχνικής γενικότερα όπως επίσης και σύντομο εργαστήριο φωτογράφισης με αυτή την μέθοδο κατά την οποία οι συμμετέχοντες θα έχουν την ευκαιρία να φωτογραφηθούν και να εμφανίσουν σε σκοτεινό θάλαμο πλάκα με υγρό κολλόδιο.

Για συμμετοχή στο εργαστήριο είναι υποχρεωτική η (δωρεάν) εγγραφή - μέσω τηλεφώνου στο 99478162 μέχρι τις 04/11/2022(Γιάννης Σακέλλης)

Η παρουσίαση είναι μέρος του προγράμματος φιλοξενίας καλλιτεχνών του Κέντρου Τεχνών Κίμωνος «Επισκέπτες 2022» το οποίο χορηγείται από τις Πολιτιστικές Υπηρεσίες του Υφυπουργείου Πολιτισμού

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Mary Plant Retrospective at Palia Ilektriki Cultural Center, Paphos

Mary Plant: Mythographies
(3 September – 27 October 2022)

Mythographies, a retrospective exhibition of Mary Plant, opens on 3 September 2022 at Palia Ilektriki
Cultural Center in Paphos. The exhibition curated by Marina Christodoulidou and Marina Demosthenous,
and co-organize
d by the Deputy Ministry of Culture (Cultural Services), Paphos Municipality and Kimonos
Art Center, is the first to showcase the inimitable and multifold oeuvre of the Cypriot visual artist over the
last forty years.

The exhibition embarks from Plant’s early work, created during her studies in London and immediately
after. This line of work, on tissue paper, brings out tactility as the foremost expressive element and
establishes both discernible and indiscernible correlations with the writing process in its broader sense.
Writing, but also myth, manifested in Plant’s work from the very beginning, are innate components as well
as formalistic elements in her art, feeding into each other as the exhibition title suggests. Plant
approaches her work along an extended study process through which she puts together written and living
narratives whilst documenting multifaceted interpretations of myths.

The exhibition will include a series of parallel events engaging the public. Research into the work of Mary
Plant brings to life a series of publications, one of which materializes in collaboration with Armida Books.

8, Vladimirou Irakleous, 8010 Pafos

Curated by:
Marina Christodoulidou
Marina Demosthenous

Co-organized by:
Deputy Ministry of Culture (Cultural Services)
Paphos Municipality
Kimonos Art Center

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Inas Al-soqi

Psifida Gallery,


17:00 - 19:00

Hand-cut collage artist Inas Al-soqi

Psifida gallery

Promitheos 23, 8040, Pafos, Cyprus


Exhibition on view December 14 – 17, 2022 17:00 – 19:30

Artist reception and Art Talk December 14 from 17:00 – 19:30


Inas the past 15 years, has focused on a body of hand-cut collages and woodcut prints exploring history as it relates to identity, oral history, and ironic interpretation of class and nobility. The pieces speak directly to the vintage paper, visited exhibitions, and social interactions encountered in travels. The visually intriguing artworks criticize and question how we look at imagery through the lens of storytelling immersed in conversation about identity.


She is the December artist in residence at Kimonos Art Center. She is an established artist living and working in San Francisco, CA, and an immigrant of Palestinian and Romanian descent.


with in the project “Episkeptes, a residency at Kimonos Art Center” for 2022, sponsored by the deputy ministry of culture, Cyprus.

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