Ellie Tsatsou (b.1987, Athens GR) is a photographer & interdisciplinary artist whose work explores wonder, notions of home, & intuition — mainly through the use of digital & analogue photography, film, editing and writing. Her practice focuses on peace and presence; it places emphasis on relationships between human & nature and forms a quest to manifest creative living in the everyday.
Ellie has been mentored by photographers Nick Knight (London, 2010/11) and Ryan McGinley (New York, 2012/13), and her work draws references from the vast sea of poetry, studies of astronomy, history of aesthetics and the mystical alchemies of art making. In September 2018, Ellie joined University of the Arts London as an Associate Lecturer, teaching photography and image making as well as delivering and expanding her workshops of insightful contemplation on the creative process,
Sculpture Exhibition by Christina Douzeni February 29 - March 24, 2016
Opening Night: February 29th, 8pm
Art Exhibition by Vera Kallianidi June 3-29th, 2015
Opening Night: June 3rd, 8pm
Art Exhibition by George Tsatsos December 16 - January 17th, 2015
Opening Night: December 16th , 8pm
Art Exhibition by Vaso Triga
May 22 - June 11th, 2015
Opening Night: May 22nd 8pm
C = 2 π R
Art Exhibition by Diamanto Perdikea
June 6 - July 5th 2013
Opening Night: June 6th, 2013 8pm
" A Journey Through Time"
Art Exhibition by Amanda Galal and Tara Dinic
March 8 - April 5th , 2018
Opening Night: March 8th 8pm
Tara Dinic, is a Serbian British artist, entrepreneur and financier, who has worked in an engineering firm for four years.
Born in 1991, she spent much of her childhood between Saudi Arabia, Greece, the UK and Serbia. Exposed to vivid colours, landscape and history throughout her childhood, Tara was inspired by Ancient Greek and Byzantine mosaics, particularly their craftsmanship and detail, not visible upon first glance.
Alexander Lozovoy is currently the only living Russian artist who was taught directly by Russian avant-garde masters at the beginning of the XX century. His teacher was Barbara Bubnova (1886 - 1983), who worked and participated in exhibitions together with V. Kandinsky, K. Malevich, P. Filonov, A. Rodchenko and others.
His father Nikolai Lozovoy (1901 - 1992) was taught by Filonov and Malevich in 1920s.
In his paintings Lozovoy uses techniques and secrets from the old Russian icon school. His canvases are made with different types of paint that do not mix, which makes his paintings very bright. This technique allows his paintings to preserve their colours because chemical elements of the pigments do not interact with each other.
Alexander Lozovoy was born in 1949. Lozovoy is an independent artist living in Moscow. His work has been exhibited in Russia and other countries and his paintings are included in various collections worldwide. His works are also exhibited in the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow), the State Russian Museum (St -Petersburg), Zimmerli Art Museum in New Jersey (USA), other museums and private collections. Lozovoy’s paintings were sold on MacDougall’s Auction in London, Sotheby’s and in Auction in Stockholm.