Synonyms for pashalidou or Related words with pashalidou

killini              wicenciak              kournetas              botinos              tsamourlidis              koukakis              malioufas              kavyli              prosteva              cheapart              kouvdou              pxcanoeing              teplih              lothigius              kapouranis              chatzidou              shulikova              presiyana              uryupina              dervisis              bolenok              safarikas              zsbs              chervan              parastratise              evmania              marvalics              darishina              bulgariaatp              kolaroska              cepelova              deruel              iwong              konomis              esmeri              petroheilos              corinthiansk              belchatov              myahkikh              arsakeion              fliskas              shebania              olympiotissis              cadurisch              engonidis              zacharitsef              ermelina              darraidou              aganian              filipava             

Examples of "pashalidou"
Kismet: How Turkish Soap Operas Changed the World is a 2014 documentary film written and directed by Nina Maria Pashalidou about Turkish television drama series, commonly referred to as Turkish soap operas. It is Pashalidou’s second feature documentary.
On at least two occasions, artist's statements have been the subject of gallery exhibitions. The first exhibition of artists' statements, "The Art of the Artist's Statement", was curated by Georgia Kotretsos and Maria Pashalidou at the Hellenic Museum, Chicago, in the spring of 2005. It featured the work of 14 artists invited to create artwork offering a visual commentary on the subject of artist statements. The second exhibition, "Proximities: Artists' Statements and Their Works", was installed in the fall of 2005 at the Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia. Co-curated by W.F. Garrett-Petts and Rachel Nash, the exhibition asked nine contributing artists to respond to the topic of artists’ statements by taking one or more of their own artist’s statements and working with the text(s) in a manner that documented, represented, and annotated the original work, creating a new work in the process.