PREAD Exhibition

The “Technochoros” art gallery in collaboration with the art loving owners of the printing house “Fotolio & Typicon SA” organized the “Pread Exhibition”, a visual conversation of 40 artists that took place in the new premises of the printing house. The title of the exhibition, inspired by the words PRINT and READ, reveals the central idea of ​​how printing, writing and reading work in conjunction with art, how they are used by artists and included in each current artwork. The exhibition involved 40 artists with a total of 50 works, including paintings, prints, art-books, sculptures and art installations. Among others, they participated teachers of Higher Schools of Fine Arts and artists both foreigners and Greeks who live and work abroad (mainly in Europe).

More specifically, the artists that participated were the following: Demosthenes Agrafiotis, John Adamakis, Manolis Anastasakos, Nikolas Antoniou, Nicoletta Andonopoulou, Apostle Yayannos, Maria Giannakaki, Christos Giannakos, George Giotsa, Sarantis Gagas, John Gourzis, Christy Gregoriou, Elizabeth Dionyssopoulou, Franck Duval – FKDL, Dimitris Efeoglou , Apostolis Zolotakis, Eloizos Themistocleous, Teti Kamoutsi, Michael Katzourakis, George Katsagelos, Dimos Kipouros, Harry Kondosphyris, George Kormpakis, Angelika Korovessi, Helen Krikki, Alexis Kyritsopoulos, Kostis (Triantafyllou), Theodore Lalos, Alekos Levidis, Elena Marinou, Constantinos Massos , Constantinos Xenakis, Antonis Panagopoulos, Elena Papadimitriou, Akis Peirounidis, Helen Ploumistou, Manolis Romantzis, Christos Santamouris, Dimitra Siaterli, Panagiotis Ferentinos.

The environment and the company’s premises proved ideal to house the exhibition “Pread Exhibition”, as it refers to the field of writing and its imprinting, the ways and the means that it is realized and thus creating the conceptual framework within which the projects fully serve their purpose acheter viagra pour femme pas cher. This action is the beginning of other relevant actions and marks the beginning of a number of synergies with other kinds of art forms within the company’s facilities.


The opening night escorted the excellent wines of the Skouras estate. Sponsors of the exhibition were the companies 3 print Hellas SA, Hewlett Packard Indigo (HP) and Fotolio & Typicon SA Sponsors of communication were the culture now, art22, and Global View. The exhibition was under the auspices of the Municipality of Nice – Ag. Ioannis Rentis. The opening night took place on the 24th of April 2015 and the exhibition lasted until the 29th of May 2015.

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