The body as city, as landscape, as cosmos.
Helene Pavlopoulou’s colours, rhythm and patterns will end the second season of Mare gallery. Her big, bold and vibrant paintings take the human body to other dimensions making it larger-than-life and solid, strong, fragile and aethereal at the same time.
Profoundly symbolic, Pavlopoulou uses her own language to address issues around life and death, beauty and ephemeral existence, making the life cycle perceptible through animals, flowers, human bodies and elements like wind and water.
With over 9 solo exhibitions (and numerous group exhibitions) in Greece but also in Paris, Istanbul and Brussels, Helene Pavlopoulou has been an active artist since she finished art school in 1997.
For the exhibition catalogue also writes Syrago Tsiara, Dr. in Art History – Director of the Thessaloniki Center of Contemporary Art.