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"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"

Two-person exhibition at J/M Gallery, Notting Hill, London, UK

“Object of the Imagination,” the “Unlimited”, the “Anorioton”.(greek word; an = non / orion = limit)

The work of Christina Papaioannou and Charoula Nikolaidou can be assessed as an active stage where the body and the spirit converge and diverge, the external and internal world, love - loneliness, emphatically emphasising the animosity of life and the poetry of painting, as a cathartic value against this agony.

The captive narratives and the boundless renderings are juxtaposed in an ability to reinforce defined boundaries as well as openness in creative activity, as they grant the ability to create new texts constantly.
An inexhaustible wealth of playful scenarios are emergent: the “Object of the Imagination,” the “Unlimited”, the “Anorioton”.

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"ANORIOTON - OBLECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
Two-person exhibition at J/M Gallery, Notting Hill, London, UK

2019

"ANORIOTON - OBLECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
Two-person exhibition at J/M Gallery, Notting Hill, London, UK

2019

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"ANORIOTON - OBLECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
Two-person exhibition at J/M Gallery, Notting Hill, London, UK

2019

"ANORIOTON - OBLECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
Two-person exhibition, J/M Gallery, Notting Hill, London, UK, 2019

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"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
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"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"
Symphony of Division
Realization
The Ecstatic
Upward! Upward! Upward!
The Great Fear
Look again; Nothing exists!
"ANORIOTON - OBJECT OF THE IMAGINATION"