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13 Sep 2017
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HELLENIC CENTRE presents Andreas Georgiadis – Mediterranean Encounters September 16-17, Open House

The Greek painter sailing through key Mediterranean cities that marked the history of modern Europe, suggests a nostalgic journey in time and space inspired by literature gems of his favourite writers. Marcel Proust, Tomas Mann, Guy de Maupassant, Honore de Balzac, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lambedusa, George Simenon, Lawrence Durrell, Pierre Loti and their significant literary impact direct a visual art trail to the cities of Venice, Alexandria, Constantinople, Marseille, Athens, Smyrna, Thessaloniki, via Andreas Georgiadis’s compositions.
21 Jun 2017
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“Constantinople" travels to Crete

The Municipality of Heraclion and Cultural Society of Panormo “Epimenides” presents a painting exhibition by painter Andreas Georgiadis entitled “ Constantinople”.

Heraclion: Basilica of Saint Mark
Opening: Tuesday July 11th 2017, Duration: 11 up to 22.07.2017

Rethymnon: Carob Mill, Panormo
Opening: Tuesday July 25th 2017, Duration: 25.07 up to 12.08.2017

21 Feb 2017
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“Constantinople" travels to Mohamed Ali’s House, in Kavala

The MOHA Research Center presents, at Mohammed Ali’s House in Kavala, a painting exhibition by painter Andreas Georgiadis entitled “ Constantinople”. The exhibition is organized by the MOHA Research Center, and is curated by Fani-Maria Tsigakou.
Opening: Saturday February 25th 2017.
Duration: 23/2 - 23/4/2017
01 Aug 2016
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The Alexandria Quartet travels to Mohamed Ali’s House, in Kavala

The MOHA Research Center presents, at Mohammed Ali’s House in Kavala, a painting exhibition by painter Andreas Georgiadis entitled “The Alexandria Quartet”, based on the novel by Lawrence Durrell. The exhibition is organized by the MOHA Research Center, and is curated by Fani-Maria Tsigakou.
10 Jun 2016
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The Alexandria Quartet travels to Epimenides Carob Mill, Rethymnon

Epimenides Cultural Society of Panormo presents an exhibition by Greek artist Andreas Georgiadis entitled “The Alexandria Quartet” based on the novel by Lawrence Durrell.
The exhibition is part of the 19th International Conference’s program “Threading the Labyrinth: Durrell, Greece, and World War II”, organized by International Lawrence Durrell Society, 26–30 June 2016 in Rethymnon, Crete, dedicated to famous British writer.
14 Mar 2015
TAGS: Exhibition, personal, Durrell, Alexandria Quartet, event, Michael Haag

Michael Haag

Meeting Andreas Georgiadis and Seeing His Alexandria Quartet Illustrations

"Last night I went to the Hellenic Centre in London to see the exhibition of Alexandria Quartet illustrations and to meet the artist himself, Andreas Georgiadis.  I was glad to have the chance to see the illustrations close up.  They are drawn in ink on cotton paper and are wonderfully subtle and detailed. Andreas is highly knowledgable about the city, the cosmopolitan Alexandria of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and takes pride in the contribution made by Greeks to reviving Alexandria - even as he now records in his drawings what is being neglected and destroyed. With me at the exhibition was Frank Pike. Frank began his career at Faber and Faber as copy editor on the last volumes of Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet…”
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01 Mar 2015
TAGS: Exhibition, personal, Durrell, Alexandria Quartet, event, London, Hellenic Centre

Painting exhibition by Andreas Georgiadis, based on the novel by L. Durrell

Painting exhibition by Andreas Georgiadis, based on the novel by L. Durrell

The HELLENIC CENTRE presents an exhibition by Greek artist Andreas Georgiadis entitled “The Alexandria Quartet” based on the novel by Lawrence Durrell. The exhibition was presented for first time in Bibliotheca Alexandrina, last October, and was part of the celebrations to mark the 12th anniversary of the Opening of the Library, and was organised jointly with the Greek Consulate in Alexandria under the supervision of the General Consul of Greece in Alexandria. The inclusion of this exhibition in the schedule of events of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina was a major distinction for the Greek artist. After Alexandria, the exhibition presented in Cairo, in the mamlook Palace AMIR TAZ, under the auspices of Egyptian Ministry of Culture. Third station was Greece, in IANOS ART GALLERY, under the auspices of British Council and Egyptian Cultural Centre. Through the 26 works in this group, all ink on paper, A. Georgiadis creates a fragile poetic environment, dotted with multiple readings, full of interchanges between what is real and what is imaginary. Read more
20 Feb 2015
TAGS: Exhibition, group, Honoré De Balzac

“Guess who’s coming for dinner”

Group exhibition, Genesis Gallery, Athens

“Le menu du jour Au Rocher de Cancale". In April 6, 1843 Honoré De Balzac had a dinner with Victor Hugo and Theofile Gaultier. Andreas Georgiadis takes advantage of this real fact and creates an imaginary menu of the day.
16 Dec 2014
TAGS: Exhibition, personal, Durrell, Alexandria Quartet, event, Athens, IANOS, John Kittmer, Iris Kritikou, Hussein Marie Mahmoud

The “Alexandria Quartet” travels to Athens, IANOS Art Gallery

Painting exhibition by Andreas Georgiadis, based on the novel by L. Durrell

IANOS Art Gallery presents an exhibition by Greek artist Andreas Georgiadis entitled “The Alexandria Quartet” based on the novel by Lawrence Durrell under the auspices of British Council and Egyptian Cultural Centre. The exhibition was presented for first time in Bibliotheca Alexandrina, last October. After Alexandria, the exhibition presented in Cairo, in the Palace AMIR TAZ, under the auspices of Egyptian Ministry of Culture. Through the 26 works in this group, all ink on paper, A. Georgiadis creates a fragile poetic environment, dotted with multiple readings, full of interchanges between what is real and what is imaginary.
23 Oct 2014
TAGS: Exhibition, personal, Durrell, Alexandria Quartet, event, Cairo, Amir Taz

The “Alexandria Quartet” travels to Cairo - Amir Taz Palace

Painting exhibition by Andreas Georgiadis, based on the novel by L. Durrell

The Egyptian Ministry of Culture presents an exhibition by Greek artist Andreas Georgiadis entitled “The Alexandria Quartet” based on the novel by Lawrence Durrell. The exhibition was presented for first time in Bibliotheca Alexandrina, last October. After the opening ceremony was presented the Sufi Chanting Ensemble “Al Mawlaweya Al Masreya”
01 Oct 2014
TAGS: Exhibition, personal, Durrell, Alexandria Quartet, event, Bibliotheca Alexandrina

The “Alexandria Quartet” in Bibliotheca Alexandrina

Painting exhibition by Andreas Georgiadis, based on the novel by L. Durrell

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina presents an exhibition by artist Andreas Georgiadis entitled “The Alexandria Quartet” based on the novel by Lawrence Durrell. The exhibition is part of the celebrations to mark the 12th anniversary of the Opening of the Library, and is organised jointly with the Greek Consulate in Alexandria under the supervision of the General Consul of Greece in Alexandria, Mr. Christos Capodistrias. The inclusion of this exhibition in the schedule of events of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina is a major distinction for the Greek artist. Andreas Georgiadis, engrossed by Alexandria’s unique atmosphere and by the outstanding novel / outpouring by the British author, creates a visual arts account of moments, impressions and reminiscences, combining the real with the imaginary, the past with the presence, the literal with the metaphorical.
20 May 2013
TAGS: exhibition

Crossing the Nile

Painting exhibition

May 27, June 2 2013

El Hanager arts Center, Opera House Yard, Cairo
Under the auspices of H.E. Dr. Mohamed Saber Arab
Minister of Culture of Egypt
Greek Embassy in Cairo
Greek Cultural center of Cairo
Egyptian Ministry of Culture
Cultural development Fund

20 Nov 2011
TAGS: exhibition, personal, event

À la recherche du temps perdu

New personal exhibition.
24 Gallery,
38 Spefsipou Street,
Kolonaki, Athens

Inauguration: Tuesday 13th December 2011

© 2011 Andreas Georgiadis
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