Martix Art supports Mental Health

Ρόστισλάβ Ρομανόφ, "Disco at cliff end of Pett Level" (2019) λάδι σε μουσαμά, 70 χ 100 εκ.

Rostislav Romanov, "Disco at cliff end of Pett Level" (2019) Oil on canvas 70,5 x 100,5 cm.

Art and mental health have always been closely connected. Maria Migadi, an art historian/adviser was responsible for the curation of the art exhibition “Ta panta rhei” = “Everything flows” which took place at the Tsichritzis Foundation for the Visual Arts in Athens, Greece from the 14th to the 21st of January 2020.

(Left) Christos Baloukos, Acrostic 3 (2019), Oil & acrylics on canvas 100 x 120 cm.
(Right) Sofia Petropoulou, “Ta Panta Rhei” – Τα παντα ρει (2007), Oil on canvas 140 x 160 cm.

Seven Greek and international artists were featured in total: Christos Baloukos, Antinea Boletsi, Aglaia Perraki, Sofia Petropoulou, Petros Xenakis, Sofia-Maria Xenaki and Iro Xenaki, while more than 400 visitors attended the event.

The above exhibition was the first of two initiatives that Martix Art will be taking so as to support the 50th European Congress of Cognitive & Behavioral Therapy. The second initiative will take place in Spring in Athens and will be announced soon. Martix Art has joined Wide Strategy’s client portfolio only recently.  

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