Zoumboulakis Galleries proudly present «Invisible Contacts», a solo show by Katerina Kaloudi, opening on Tuesday 16 September and continuing until 4 October 2008.
The exhibition hosts a series of different size photographs, inspired, as the artist states, by the “cycladic sculptured rock forms” in a moment of a silent dialogue between herself and the landscape.
The results of this contact, these rock-shaped figures, underline, as Kaloudi comments, her quest for not a mere image but for a feeling, an emotion that takes place in a solitary moment between the self and its surroundings.
Brief biographical note:
Katerina Kaloudi was born in Athens. She studied Mathematics and Art at Hamilton College, New York, and Photography at the Royal College of Art in London; she graduated with the “Prize of Excellence” in 1986. She photographed for leading Greek businesses and has traveled throughout Greece and abroad, publishing her photographs in numerous magazines and books. She has participated in many exhibitions and her work belongs to private collections in Greece and England.
Born in Athens.
Studied Mathematics and Art at Hamilton College, NY and Photography at the Royal College of Art in London; she graduated with the prize of excellence in 1986. She photographed for leading companies and travelled extensively, publishing her photographs in numerous magazines and books.
Her works belong to private collections worldwide.