Synonyms for caniaris or Related words with caniaris

hadjikyriakos              athinodoros              mytaras              koulis              livaditis              brougos              anargyros              polychronis              chryssa              gikas              marditsis              sinopoulos              vogiatzis              gousios              ghikas              panayiota              triantafillidis              kanakakis              chaikalis              psychopedis              trifylli              myrat              kanatas              chrysikopoulos              evaggelos              stavrakakis              valtinos              efthymios              voulgaridis              alkis              assimakopoulos              epaminonda              markaris              afroudakis              aronis              lempesis              matthaios              thodoros              protopappas              errikos              daskalopoulos              tsitouras              michailidis              granitsas              pantios              passios              nondas              anthoula              makridis              neoklis             



Examples of "caniaris"
Among the most important acquisitions are works by Ilya Kabakov, Stephen Antonakos, Gary Hill, Nan Goldin, Vadim Zakharov, Gillian Wearing, Ann Sofi Siden, Vlassis Caniaris, Nikos Kessanlis, Dimitris Alithinos, Nikos Navridis, Joel Sanders, Allan Sekula, Costas Tsoclis, George Hadjimichalis, Chryssa, Yiannis Psychopedis, Andreas Angelidakis, Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis and Tessera.
The following year, in 1975, Rosenthal again worked with Joachimides on the exhibition Eight Artists, Eight Attitudes, Eight Greeks between 5 November and 4 December. It coincided with a Greek Month to celebrate the fall of the Colonel's Dictatorship in Athens the previous year. Artists, including Stephen Antonakos, Vlassis Caniaris Chryssa, Jannis Kounellis, Pavlos, Lucas Samaras, Takis and Costas Tsoclis, sought to "examine the facts of a spiritual as well as an actual immigration".
Gaudibert began his career at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1966, where he became associated with "narrative figuration". In 1967, he curated a section for contemporary art known as "Animation-Recherche-Confrontation". His first exhibition, held in June 1967, was prefaced by art critic Gérald Gassiot-Talabot. In January 1969, he curated an exhibition about the Vietnam War called "The Red Room". In February 1969, he exhibited Jean Dewasne's "La Longue Marche", a painting about the Chinese Communist Revolution. In 1970, he exhibited the works of Vlassis Caniaris, a critique of the Greek military junta of 1967–74. He subsequently exhibited Gérard Fromanger's "Le Rouge", a collection of blood-soaked flags. He left the museum in 1972 after he criticised President Georges Pompidou, and he was succeeded by Suzanne Pagé.