Natasa Govedarou, visual artist, curator and owner of Govedarou Art Gallery, organizes the solo exhibition of Olga Torlachidou's iconography entitled "Faith" at the gallery's space at G.Papandreou 5. A different exhibition with iconography painted on olive wood and bamboo by Olga Torlachidou which starts on Thursday February 1st and will last until the 16th of the month.

Olga Torlachidou was born in Russia in the city of Gorky, hometown of Maxim Gorky, where she lived until she was 18 years old. From the age of 12 he attended classes in a painting studio and continued in the city of Pavlova at the School of Fine Arts. She then did her three-year internship in the city of Kalinik at the university. Her love for painting and art led her to the Moscow University of Fine Arts where she studied for another three years.

She now lives with her family in Thessaloniki and until recently worked in the workshop of Pavlos Evaggelopoulos painting Byzantine and Russian icons using old 12th century egg tempera techniques.

Exhibition duration: 1 – 16 February 2024

Opening: Thursday, February 1, 18:30 – 21:00

At Govedarou Art Gallery G.Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), Georgiou stop

Curator of solo exhibition: Natasa Govedarou

Natasa Govedarou, visual artist, curator and owner of Govedarou Art Gallery, organizes the group exhibition 4th ArtExpo: "Opportunity4all" at the gallery space at G.Papandreou 5, in co-organization with the A.me.A center "O Sotir".The ArtExpo: "Opportunity4all" exhibitions, which always have a charitable character, return to the gallery's annual exhibition program that started almost from the beginning of its establishment and has helped through Art Foundations and Organizations such as The Child's Smile, The Children's Village in Filiro, The Children's Asylum.This year will be the fourth year of the exhibition that will last for about a month during the holiday season from December 14, 2023 to January 5, 2024 and part of the proceeds from the sales will be given to support the A.me.A center "O Sotir".

The "SOTIR" Center for Disabled People today serves and trains on a daily basis more than 200 people with disabilities, specifically, with mental retardation, Down syndrome, autism and other mental disabilities, maintaining structures of education, care, feeding andresidence of the beneficiaries in supported living shelters.Specifically, in Thessaloniki, in the area of Petrou Syndika, it maintains three KDIF structures, two KDAP - MEA structures and two Supported Living Shelters, where a total of eight people with disabilities live.In addition, it maintains a newly built KDAP MEA structure and a Supported Living Shelter in Nea Kallikrateia, Halkidiki, where seven people with disabilities live.Programs of creative employment, educational kitchen, computer learning, daily life skills learning, special education, psychological support and group psychotherapy are offered, as well as psychokinetic, gymnastics and traditional dances.In addition, there are programs of geotechnical workshop, music therapy, structured play, construction workshop, group recreational activity, therapeutic play, art therapy and choir.In addition to the above-mentioned programs, during the last two educational years, Pre-Vocational Training Workshops were put into operation with the aim of fostering in the beneficiaries with disabilities the acquisition of professional awareness and readiness, the adoption of work behavior and the observance of work rules.The ultimate goal of this initiative is the access of PWDs to the labor market on equal terms...

Participant visual artists:

John Abbott, Nana Winter-Georgiadou, Efi Vaxevanelli, Anna Vildiridou, Galanopoulou Agathi, Geraki Victoria, Gerouki Zoi, Georgoulas Antonis, Giarentzidis Vassilis, Govedarou Natasa, Zacharoudis Stelios, George Kalouptsidis, Kapetanos George, Karavela Alketa, Karakitsou Meni, Kontzamani Kelly,Mina Kouzouni, Maria Lasithiotaki, Mina Michailidou, “ORAMA #bykentroameasotir”, Pagonis Vaggelis, Katerina Sarisavva, Sarri Viveta, Topi Efthimia (EMMA), Phytoziadis Haris

Duration: December 14, 2023 to January 5, 2024

Opening: Thursday 14 December 2023, time 18:30 – 21.00

At Govedarou Art Gallery G.Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), Georgiou stop

Co-organization: A.me.A. center "O Sotir"

Curator of the exhibition: Natasha Govedarou

Space opening hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 11.00 a.m.–2.00 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday: 11.00am – 2.00 p.m. & 6.00pm–8.00pm Saturday: 11.00am – 2.00 p.m.

Sunday 17, 24 & 31 December 2023 open 11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Govedarou Art Gallery presents in its space at Georgiou Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), in co-organization with the group of woodturners "Synthesis" an exhibition of its members with the title: "Synthesis", curated by the artist and owner of the galleryNatasa Govedarou.The opening of the exhibition will take place on November 21, 2023, from 18:30-21:00 and will last until December 8.

A few words about the “Synthesis” team:

"Greek artists influenced by history, nature, emotions and cosmic totality, united by their passion for the art of woodturning and woodcarving, translate their dreams into reality.With wood canvas, designs, colors, shapes, trends and ideas are captured and embodied creating art palettes, which will take you to unique destinations of thoughts and emotions."

Participants :

Alitsios Sakis, Annikas Deuterios Kostantinos, Kapetanos George, Karellis Lefteris, Marios Karpikoudis, Thodoris Katsamakis, George Kotsioris, Pagonis Vangelis, Giannis Panopoulos, Alexandros Papadopoulos, Nikolaos Chouliaras

Co-organization: “Synthesis”

Duration: 21 November to 8 December 2023

Opening: Tuesday 21 November, time 18:30 – 21.00

At Govedarou Art Gallery G.Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), Georgiou stop

Curator of the exhibition: Natasa Govedarou

Govedarou Art Gallery presents in its gallery space at Georgiou Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), the solo exhibition of the visual artist Nana Winter-Georgiadou entitled: "Unseen", curated by the visual artist and owner of the gallery Natasa Govedarou. The opening of the exhibition will take place on October 31, 2023, at 18.30-21.00 and will last until November 14.

Dr. Art History Katia Kilesopoulou notes in her review about this new series of works that will be part of this solo exhibition by Nana Winter-Georgiadou: "... The sizes of the paintings range from medium to very large while the oil, most often diluted, it is the permanent material that the painter skillfully handles. The transition to abstraction was already accomplished from the previous period. During the last five years it has been presented in two different versions. In one, geometric color types, bands on a vague background extend diagonally that meet, like the rafters of H. Hartung, but having lost their hard morphoplasticity through the refined and transparent color treatment. In this way, a monumental space is created - which is intensified due to the large dimensions - emphatically expansive and dynamic, where the multiple directions symbolize all kinds of "paths", suitable for various interpretations. In the other version, there are sometimes suffocatingly structured surfaces like a moving mosaic of colors, worked in overlapping layers, and sometimes various color types, morphs, graphics, survivals of themes from the previous period, create compositions that develop rhythmically and, in some cases, explosively. Remarkable in these compositions is the sensation presented as if it were reflections on a glass or water surface, thanks to the peculiar color smudging....”

Duration: 31 October to 14 November 2023

Opening: Tuesday 31 October 2023, time 18:30 – 21.00

At Govedarou Art Gallery G.Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), Georgiou stop

Curator of the exhibition: Natasa Govedarou

Space opening hours:Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 11 am- 2 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday: 11 am- 2 p.m.& 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.

Saturday: 11 am- 2 p.m.

Closed on Sundays

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Govedarou Art Gallery presents in its space at Georgiou Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), the group art exhibition entitled: "CHAOS", curated by the artist and owner of the gallery Natasa Govedarou. The opening of the exhibition will take place on May 4, 2023, from 18.00-21.00 and will last until May 19.
Curator Natasa Govedarou notes about the theme of the exhibition. "CHAOS. The range for drawing ideas is very large and can vary in terms of performance in emotion, concept, mood, etc. In this group exhibition of ours, the viewer can see through the works of the participating visual artists their approach to the subject that may have a social , scientific, astronomical or even mythological dimension."


Participating artists:John Abbott, Bibekananda Santra, Gabriel Simoens, Nana Winter-Georgiadou, Adamantidis Yiannis, Gerouki Zoi, Govedarou Natasa, Gogalis Konstantinos, Zacharoudis Stelios, Karkatselis Vassilis, Michaelidou Nina, Papatrezi Stefania, Taxos Panagiotis, Tubekis Charalambos, Georgia Trouli
 
Duration: 4-19 May 2023
Opening: Thursday 4 May 2023, 18:00 – 21:00
At Govedarou Art Gallery G.Papandreou 5 (formerly Antheon), Georgiou stop

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Curator of the exhibition: Natasa Govedarou
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