Anthoula Lelekidis is a first-generation Greek-American lens-based artist who works with photography, photographic collage, and mixed media who practices in New York. Her work navigates themes of personal memory, loss, migration, and the inability to create new memories.
We had the opportunity to interview Lelekidis. Read the full discussion below!
Thoughts on the recent exhibition of Tod Papageorge photographs of the Acropolis at Danziger Gallery, New York – an exhibition that demonstrated art’s ability to transcend time and place.
Irini Zervas is our first contributing editor on the website. She is Development and Communications Coordinator at the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, independent curator, and writer. Her latest article was featured in Hyperallergic. On peri-Tēchnes she is sharing her review and take on the history of the age-old tradition of the holiday gala, particularly the […]
As of the past few months I have spent quite some time on a new project for a Greek-American community located in Chelsea who are celebrating 100 years of presence in the neighborhood in April. To accompany their Gala, the Community of Saint Eleftherios wanted to publish an historical journal that would account for their […]