Zoumboulakis Galleries presents Yiannis Adamakis’ latest work. A series of paintings portraying familiar images, such as the morning light upon opening a window, objects that go unnoticed because they always remain in the same place, images caught during a walk in the city…
« … images of things that represent the symbolisms in our thoughts. It is a journey, a narration of our everyday lives, where reality and dreams merge and alternate roles. Images stimulated from personal memories and experiences, which in essence discredit the seriousness of events, adding a certain sarcasm, a childlike naiveness to the picture… Something like scribbled black and white photographs»
Biography: Yiannis Adamakis was born in 1959, in Piraeus, Greece. Since 1987, he has been presenting his work in individual and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. This is his second individual exhibition at Zoumboulakis Galleries. His paintings can be found in private collections in Greece, France, Germany, USA, and in the collections of the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki, the Vorres Museum, the Municipal Galleries of Athens and Kalamata, the University of Athens as well as other public spaces.
Yiannis Adamakis was born in 1959 in Piraeus.
He has presented his work in 33 solo and numerous group exhibitions in Greece, Belgium, France, Germany, Cyprus, Poland, Russia and Turkey, among which the international Art fairs: “Αrt Athina” (Athens), “Art Jonction” (Nice, France), “Lineart” (Ghent, Belgium), “Art Paris” (France) and “Art Thessaloni” (Thessaloniki).
He has participated also in three international art meetings in Cherepovets (Russia), Bielefeld (Germany) and Kuşadası (Turkey).
His latest solo exhibition in Ath...