"Lykourgos Kogevinas (1887-1940)". Retrospective exhibition

E. Averoff Museum, Metsovo
02/10/2004 - 29/11/2004, Temporary exhibition
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Major retrospective exhibition of over 150 oils and engravings by one of the first Greek artists, Lykourgos Kogevinas (Corfu 1887-Athens 1940), who systematically explore the art form of etching and whose his whose work signaled the birth of contemporary Greek engraving.
The exhibition is the result of origin research and study on the part of the art historians Aphrodite Kouria and Eirini Orati, who have attempted for the first time an overall review of the artist’s work, with a view to sketching his career in painting and engraving, within the framework of the historical, artistic, and ideological contexts of his time.
Curated by Aphrodite Kouria and Irini Orati, Averoff Museum, Metsovo, 2 Oct. – 29 Nov. 2004.
SPONSORS: Katogi & Strofilia S.A., Baron Mihail Tossizza Foundation, Ministry of Culture, Public Electric Company [DEH], Athanasios Bergeles Fine Art Transport, G. Karavias Associates Fine Art Insurance. COMMUNICATION SPONSOR: Hellenic Radio & Television (ERT S.A.).