Young visual artists from Pinewood, The American International School of Thessaloniki are exhibiting at TABYA artworks they created during their International Baccalaureate Visual Arts course. The artists have explored a variety of subjects and challenges in order to create multi-layered artworks experimenting with techniques of painting, digital art, photography and printmaking.
Using TABYA’s separate spaces, the exhibition “Rooms” is an attempt to display both the distinction between the different methodologies that these artists used, as well as the links between the subjects explored. Marialena Dionelli a second year student, displays a mature group of artworks exploring the subject of movement with links to the Spiritual. All first year students, Anna Gjoleka, Inna Gjoleka, Sofia Nikolaidou, Marianna Petra-Calfacacos, Maithili Rajput, Sibora Ramizi and Anastasis Tziatas, have explored subjects of Self-portraiture, social and political issues such as terrorism and refugee inclusion, along with female stereotypes and visual deception. The exhibition is curated by visual artist and art teacher, Konstantina Kapanidou.