On Friday 28/9 (at 19:00 hours) there opened at the Historical Archive of the Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation the art exhibition of Markos Kambanis, entitled "Urban Trace. Pictorial mapping of a suburb". The artist was inspired by industrial ruins in Tavros, Attica, mainly along the axis of Piraeus Street; his point of reference was the former industrial building of the PIOP which is located in this area. Seventeen large works with charcoal and pastel on paper of large dimensions, that are not depictions of the buildings but the result of the painter's artistic and emotional treatment of urban landscapes that have preserved traces of their former life. The artistic approach offers the opportunity for a reflection on the past and an occasion for embarking on a new life.
The exhibition runs from September 28 to November 16, 2018
Opening hours: Daily, 09:00-18:00
Entrance is free of charge
PIOP Historical Archive
2 Doridos Street & 14 Eirinis Ave., 17778, Tavros
Tel no.: 210 3418051 | www.piop.gr
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