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  1. 1. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE Vicky (Vayia) Karaiskou Born in Melbourne, Australia E-mail v.karaiskou@ouc.ac.cy Web address http://www.ouc.ac.cy/web/vkaraiskou http://cy.linkedin.com/pub/vicky-karaiskou/55/7a/19b Postal address 33 Yiannou Kranidioti Av., 2220 Nicosia, Cyprus. CURRENT ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2010-Present Assistant Professor Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2010-Present Course Coordinator BA Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Thematic Unit “Modern Greek Art: 19th and 20th century”, Open University of Cyprus. 2015-2016 Academic Coordinator MA Program “Cultural Policy and Development”, Open University of Cyprus. PREVIOUS ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2014 (Jan-Dec) Mellon Distinguished Visitor-in-Residence in the Fine Arts, Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN, United States. 2011-2013 Academic Coordinator Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2008-2010 Course Coordinator Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Thematic Unit “Ancient Greek and Byzantine Art”, Open University of Cyprus. 2007-2010 Adjunct Professor Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus.
  2. 2. 2 2004-2012 Adjunct Professor Bachelor Program “Studies in the European Civilization”, Greek Open University. 2003-2007 Adjunct Assistant Professor Architecture Department, University of Thessaly, Greece. Adjunct Lecturer Theatre Department, University of Patras, Greece. 2002-2007 Adjunct Lecturer School of Human Sciences, Preschool Education Department, University of Thessaly, Greece. AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST My research interest focuses on the interactions between artworks and social milieu. Particular issues of research are the human figure and public space; art and power; cultural memory; cultural and national identities; public sculpture; commemoration; public art; contemporary Greek art. RECENT RESEARCH PROJECTS 2011-2013 Research project: “Cyprus: land of memories, places of art”. The official website of the program (English language) is: http://publicart.ouc.ac.cy The raw data (in Greek) is also available on the Open University of Cyprus official database, the “Kypseli” (Hive): http://kypseli.ouc.ac.cy/handle/11128/403 2009-2013 Research project: “Uses and Abuses of Culture: Greece 1974-2010”. Funding amount: €3,500. Uses and Abuses of Culture: Greece 1974-2010 is published as a book in the Greek language by the University Studio Press publishing house (Thessaloniki, Greece) in December 2013. Currently is pending publication in English by Cambridge Scholars Publishing (expected in December 2015).
  3. 3. 3 PUBLICATIONS Books (English language) 1. Karaiskou, V. (forthcoming). Uses and Abuses of Culture. Greece 1974-2010. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK. Books (Greek language) 1. Karaiskou, V. (2013). Χρήσεις και Καταχρήσεις του πολιτισμού. Ελλάδα 1974-2010 (Uses and Abuses of Culture. Greece 1974-2010). Thessaloniki: University Studio Press. (ISBN 978-960-12-2162-5) 2. Karaiskou, V. (2011). Νεοελληνική Γλυπτική: Ματιές και Αναγνώσεις (Modern Greek Sculpture: Approaches and Interpretations). Athens: Gutenberg editions & Open University of Cyprus. (ISBN 978-960-01-1420-1) 3. Karaiskou, V. (2009). Εικαστικές και Σκηνικές πρωτοπορίες στο πρώτο μισό του 20ου αι. (Visual Art and Stage Design Avant-gardes in the beginning of the 20th c.). Athens: Papasotiriou editions. (ISBN 978-960-7-1824-63) 4. Karaiskou, V. (2004). Ταξίδια επί Σκηνής. Έλληνες σκηνογράφοι στην Ιταλία (Journeys through the Stages. Greek Stage Designers in Italy). Thessaloniki: University Studio Press. (960-12-1281-7) 5. Karaiskou, V. (1992). Αγιογραφίες Γιώργου Γουναρόπουλου (George Gounaropoulos’ hagiographies). Athens: Gounaropoulos Museum. Chapters in books 1. Karaiskou, V. & Christiansen, A. (2014). “Aphrodite’s Heirs: Beauty and Women’s Suffering in Cypriot Public Sculpture”. In Maria Ioannou and Maria Kyriakidou (eds.) Female Beauty in Art: History, Feminism, Women Artists. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 126-179. Publications in International peer-reviewed Journals 1. Karaiskou, V. (2014). “Visual Narrations in Public Space: Codifying Memorials in Cyprus”. The International Journal of Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts, 8(2), pp. 15-26. 2. Karaiskou, V. (December 2013). “Commemorative sculpture and ceremonial behaviors in the public sphere: Cyprus as a case study”. Sociological Study, 3(12), pp. 920-932. 3. Karaiskou, V. (2013). “Ideological Legacies in Greek art of the 1970s: Shaping the ‘Idea’ amid Heroism and Romanticism”. The International Journal of Arts Theory and History, 1(7), pp. 143-152.
  4. 4. 4 4. Karaiskou, V. (2013). “Visions of power: How to explain pictures to a dead hare”. Journal of Critical Studies in Business & Society, 4(1), pp. 106-124. 5. Karaiskou, V. (2012). "Greek culture in the years of internationalization", in Thinking Diversely: Hellenism and the Challenge of Globalization. Modern Greek Studies Australia and New Zealand: A Journal for Greek Letters (Special Edition), Department of Modern Greek, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 39-51. Publications in Conference Proceedings, peer reviewed 1. Karaiskou, V. (2013). “Art censorship as art criticism: fighting the sacrilegious and protecting the ‘shell’”. In M. Tsianikas, N. Maadad, G. Couvalis, and M. Palaktsoglou (eds.) Greek Research in Australia: Proceedings of the Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies, Flinders University June 2011, Flinders University Department of Language Studies – Modern Greek: Adelaide, pp. 274-288. 2. Karaiskou, V. (2011). «Νέες πολιτισμικές γεωγραφίες στην Αθήνα του 21ου αιώνα: το κέντρο της παλιάς πόλης ως όριο και σκηνή θεάτρου» (“New Cultural Geographies in 21st c. Athens: The downtown historical center as stage of mutations”). In M. Rossetto, M. Tsianikas, G. Couvalis, M. Palaktsoglou (eds.) Greek Research in Australia. Proceedings of the Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies, Flinders University July 2009, Flinders University Department of language Studies – Modern Greek: Adelaide, pp. 618-632. Accepted and upcoming publications 1. Christiansen, A. and Karaiskou, V. 2014. “Narrative and Enthymemes: Cypriot Memorials as Visual Amplifiers of Nationalist Identities”, Memory Studies. Translations (from English or Italian into Greek) 1. Karaiskou, V. (trans.). (2007). Μεγάλα Μουσεία του Κόσμου. Γκαλερία Μποργκέζε (World’s Museums. Galleria Borghese) (vol. 18). Athens: Kathimerini editions. 2. Karaiskou, V. (trans.). (2007). Μεγάλα Μουσεία του Κόσμου. Παλάτσο Πίτι (World’s Museums. Palazzo Pitti) (vol. 23). Athens: Kathimerini editions. 3. Karaiskou, V. (trans.). (2007). Μεγάλοι Πολιτισμοί. Κέλτες (World’s Civilizations. Celts) (vol. 6). Athens: Kathimerini editions. 4. Karaiskou, V. (trans.). (2008). Μεγάλοι Πολιτισμοί. Σουμέριοι (World’s Civilizations. Summers) (vol. 11). Athens: Kathimerini editions.
  5. 5. 5 5. BBC (Production) & Karaiskou, V. (trans.). (2007). Πομπηία (Pompeii) [Television program]. Athens: Skai TV. 6. BBC (Production) & Karaiskou, V. (trans.). (2007). Αρχαία Ρώμη: Η άνοδος και η πτώση μιας αυτοκρατορίας (Ancient Rome: Rise and Downfall of an empire) [DVD]. Athens: Kathimerini editions. 7. BBC (Production) & Karaiskou, V. (ed.). (2007). Κολοσσαίο (Coliseum) [Television program]. Athens: Skai TV. 8. BBC (Production) & Karaiskou, V. (ed.). (2007). Τα Επτά Θαύματα του κόσμου (World’s Seven Wonders) [Television program]. Athens: Skai TV. In addition In addition to the aforementioned publications, the “Appendix for Additional Publications” (pp. 13-18) is a detailed list of the following:  Publications in Conference Proceedings (without peer reviewing).  Publications in Greek literature and research periodicals.  Monographs in art Exhibition catalogues (one-man shows and group projects).  Art reviews in Greek Art Magazines.  Articles in Greek Art Magazines (unsigned, in the capacity of News’ Editor).  Entries in Volumes. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Karaiskou, V., “Impasses: 40+1 years along the Green Line. Affective implications in public space”: 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), August 25-28, 2015. Karaiskou, V., “Priming memory and commemoration: affect, cognition and the construction of myths”: 5th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Emotional Geographies, University of Edinburgh, June 10-12, 2015. Karaiskou, V. and Christiansen, A., “Collectively Constructed Narratives in Cyprus: Memorials as Visual Amplifiers of Nationalist Mythologies”: 9th International Conference on “The Arts in Society”, Rome, Italy, June 25-27, 2014. Karaiskou, V., “Narrating vs. Connoting in public space: public sculptures in Cyprus”: 8th International Conference on ‘The Arts in Society’, Budapest, Hungary, June 24-26, 2013.
  6. 6. 6 Karaiskou, V., “Women without a voice: Female representations in Cypriot public sculpture”: 4th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Emotional Geographies, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, July 1-3, 2013. Karaiskou, V., “Public sculptures and ceremonial behaviors in the public sphere: Cyprus as a case study”: 2nd ISA Forum of Sociology (“Social Justice and democratization”), Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1-4, 2012. Karaiskou, V., “Ideological Legacies in the Greek Art of the 1970’s: Shaping the ‘Idea’ amid Heroism and Romanticism”: 7th International Conference on ‘The Arts in Society’, Liverpool, UK, July 23-25, 2012. Karaiskou, V., “How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare: The additional challenge of e-learning in the Greek environment”: InSEA European Regional Conference (“Arts Education in the Crossroad of Cultures”), Limassol, Cyprus, June 25-27, 2012. Karaiskou, V., “Art censorship as art criticism: fighting the sacrilegious and protecting the ‘shell’”: 9th International Conference on Greek Research, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, July, 1-3, 2011. Karaiskou, V., “Tipping points: Greek culture in the globalized era”: 10th Biennial Conference (“Hellenism in a Globalized World”) of the Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand (MGSAANZ), Macquarie University, Sydney Australia, December 9-12, 2010. Karaiskou, V., “New Mythologies: Ancient Greek Myth in Advertisement”: 1st International Conference of the Open University of Cyprus (“Ancient myths in ancient Greek, Byzantine and Modern Greek literature and art”), Delfi, Greece, January 28-30, 2010. Karaiskou, V., “New Cultural Geographies in 21st c. Athens: The downtown historical center as stage of mutations”: 8th International Conference of Greek Studies (“Greek Research in Australia”), Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, July 1-6, 2009. Karaiskou, V., “Skironio Museum Polychronopoulos: a living example of conserving and creating values”: International Conference organized by the University of Florence (“The Museum as a Firm: form Conservation of Value to Creation of Values”), Faculty of Economics, Department of Business Studies, Italy, November 6-7, 2003. Karaiskou, V., “Current and Future needs of cultural interaction, within the cross-cultural contemporary art communication”: AICA Turkey conference (“Art Criticism and Curatorial Practices East of the EU”), Istanbul, Turkey, September 17-21, 2003. Karaiskou, V., “19th Century Art Criticism in Greece”: International Conference (“Art Criticism in Eastern and Western Europe 1700-1900. Emergence, Development and Interchange”), University of Exeter, School of Modern Languages, England, September 11-13, 2003. Karaiskou, V., “The human figure in Modern Greek sculpture”: XVIIIe Colloque International des Neoellenistes (“Le Corps dans la langue, la littérature, l’histoire, les arts et arts du spectacle”), Université Paris X Nanterre, May 15-17, 2003.
  7. 7. 7 Karaiskou, V., “Art and Society: The influence of tradition on Contemporary Art: Greece as an example”: 32nd AICA International Congress (“Transition. Changing Society and Art”), Tokyo, Japan, September 1998. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPS Karaiskou, V., “Common patterns of shared values: Using ancient art in Greek advertisement”: EU Grundtvig Workshop Program (“Modern Views of Greek and Roman Antiquity”), Nicosia, Cyprus, April 24-26, 2012. ACADEMIC TEACHING BACKGROUND The courses listed below are taught in a variety of formats, including: face-to-face, blended and on-line. 2010-Present "Modern Greek Art: 19th and 20th century" Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2014 (Sept-Dec) “Art and Power: World War I and inflicted traumas” Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN, United States. 2004-2012 “History of Arts in Europe (12th-20th centuries)” Bachelor Program “Studies in the European Civilization”, Greek Open University. 2011 (May) “From Constantinople to Modernity: In Search of New Aesthetics” Erasmus Teaching Exchange, Master’s Program, Department of Letters, Arts and Multimedia, Faculty of Human Sciences, Universitá degli Studi di Bergamo (Italy). “The Human Figure in Islamic art” Erasmus Teaching Exchange, Master’s Program, Department of Letters, Arts and Multimedia, Faculty of Human Sciences, Universitá degli Studi di Bergamo (Italy). 2008-2010 “Ancient Greek and Byzantine Art” Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2007 -2008 “Greek Fine Arts and Review of the Greek Architecture” Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2003-2007 “History of Modern Art: the 20th century”
  8. 8. 8 Architecture Department, University of Thessaly. “Stage design: history and theory. From antiquity to 18th century” Theatre Department, University of Patras. “Stage design and costume in the 19th and 20th century”. Theatre Department, University of Patras. 2002-2007 “Artists’ lives and works from Renaissance till the 19th century” Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly. “History of Art: Introduction” Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly. “Introduction in the 19th and 20th century Greek Art”. Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Faculty Development 2014 (January – December) Faculty development initiatives in the capacity of Mellon Distinguished Visitor-in-Residence in the Fine Arts, Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN, United States. Academic Administration 2015-2017 Member of the Committee for the Library, Educational Material and Information Technology, Open University of Cyprus. 2015 (January) – 2016 (June) Academic Coordinator for the Masters’ Program “Cultural Policy and Development”, Open University of Cyprus. 2014 – Present Member of the Academic Committee for the Masters’ Program “Communications and new Journalism”, Open University of Cyprus. 2013 – Present Member of the Academic Committee for the Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus.
  9. 9. 9 2010 (April)-Present Coordinator for the course (Thematic Unit) "19th and 20th century Greek Art", Open University of Cyprus. 2013-2014 Member of the International Relations Committee, Open University of Cyprus. 2012 – 2013 Chair of the Academic Committee for the Bachelor Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2011 (September) - 2013 (July) Academic Coordinator for the Bachelor Program: “Studies in Hellenic Culture”, Open University of Cyprus. 2011-2013 Member of the Research Committee, Open University of Cyprus. 2010 (May)-2013 (January) Inaugural editorial coordinator for the Πλατφόρμα (Platform) Faculty biannual newsletter, Open University of Cyprus. 2012 (February-May) Coordinator for the quality assurance process through the European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU) for the Bachelor Program: “Studies in Hellenic Culture”. 2008-2010 Coordinator for the course (Thematic Unit) "Ancient Greek and Byzantine Art", Open University of Cyprus. Supervision of Ph.D. Students Ph.D. THESIS SUPERVISOR  Spanou Georgia, «Κυπριακά Πολιτιστικά Φεστιβάλ: Πολιτιστικές πολιτικές και διαχείριση» (Cypriot Cultural Festivals: Cultural policies and management). Research started in fall 2010.  Chrysovalantis Steiakakis, «Γιαννούλης Χαλεπάς. Η υποδοχή του έργου ενός ‘μοντέρνου καλλιτέχνη» (Yiannoulis Halepas: the perception of modernity in his work). Research started in 2011.  Eleni Gratsou, «Κολλάζ και νέες τεχνολογίες ως οπτική επικοινωνία στις εικαστικές τέχνες» (Collage and new technologies as visual forms of art communication). Research started in 2012 (currently postponed due to health reasons). Ph.D. THESIS MEMBER OF SUPERVISING AND EXAMINING COMMITTEES
  10. 10. 10  Maria Volioti, «Κρατική και ιδιωτική πρωτοβουλία στην προβολή του ελληνικού πολιτισμού μέσα από εκθέσεις στο εξωτερικό, με έμφαση στην αρχαιότητα και την αναβίωσή της» (State and private initiatives in the promotion of Greek culture abroad: Greek antiquity and its revival as presented abroad through exhibitions).  Erato Chatzisavva, «Η κυπριακή τέχνη στα χρόνια της αγγλοκρατίας. Ο πολιτικός και κοινωνικός της ρόλος» (The political and social role of Cypriot art during the period of British administration). Participation in Committees EDITED SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES  Karaiskou, V. (Ed.). Special issue “Visual forms of power in the era of crisis.” Journal of Critical Studies in Business & Society, 4(1), 2013. EDITORIAL BOARDS IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS/REVIEWER  Associate Editor of The International Journal of Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts, Volume 7, Issue 1, 2013.  Member of the European Scientific Journal editorial team. ACADEMIC COMMITTEES 2010-2012  Member of the Art History Expertise Team for the “Tuning Educational structures in Europe” European Program, project “Sectoral Qualifications Framework for the Humanities and the Arts: SQF HUMART”. Coordinator of the program is Prof. Robert Wagenaar, Prof. of History, Dean of Studies of the Institute for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies at the Faculty of Arts, and Director of the International Tuning Academy in Groningen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. 2010-2012 External Evaluator for research proposals in Greece. Ministry for Education, Life Long Learning and Religious Affairs (responsible for Higher Education, Research and Innovation).
  11. 11. 11 PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS  Member of ICOM (The International Council of Museums)  Member of the AICA (International Union for Art Critics).  Member of the ISA (International Sociological Association).  Member of CAA (College Art Association).  Member of the EEIT (The Association of the Greek Art Historians). Organizing Conferences 2014 (September) Co-organizer of the interdisciplinary, all-campus “Visualities of Memory” Symposium, Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN, United States. 2012 (June) Member of the Scientific Committee for the 2012 InSea European Regional Conference entitled “Arts Education in the Crossroad of Cultures”, Limassol, Cyprus. Administration outside the Academy Between the years 1991 and 2007 I have worked for various entities, mainly in Athens, Greece, in the capacity of Research Associate, Project Manager, Cultural Consultant, Director and General Secretary. Among those entities are the Delphi European Cultural Center; Desmos Art Foundation; Giorgio de Chirico Cultural Centre (Volos); Skironio Sculpture Museum; and Christie’s Auction House Greece. Curating Between the years 1991 and 2004 I curated six (6) one man and group art shows in Greece as follows: 2004 38th Parallel-The Horizon, International art exhibition, Skironio Museum, Athens. 2003 Ismini Samanidou, The Revenge of the spider. Installation, Old Factory, Kea island Greece. 1997 Alexandros Fassois and Iro Nikopoulou. Installation, Fournos Art Center, Athens. 1994 Nikos Alexiou. Installation, Skironium Museum, Athens. 1994-1996 Curator for the Skironio Museum, Athens.
  12. 12. 12 1991-1992 Curator for the Cultural Centre Giorgio de Chirico at Volos, Greece. EDUCATION Ph.D. 2001 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Fine Arts, Department of Applied and Fine Arts. Dissertation: “Art and Society. The Human Figure in the Greek Post War Sculpture, 1945-1974.” MA 1990 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Philosophy, Department of History and Archeology. Dissertation: “Mosaic pavements in classical, byzantine and contemporary Greece.” BA 1988 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Philosophy, Department of History and Archeology. Area(s) of Specialization: Art History and Archeology. 1994-1995 Cultural Management Studies, Institute of Cultural Studies of Europe and the Mediterranean, Athens. 1989 Scholarship granted on Cultural Management Studies, Toledo, Spain. Languages: Greek & English (native languages) Italian (fluent) French (reading).
  13. 13. 13 APPENDIX FOR ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS Publications in Conference Proceedings (without peer reviewing) 1. Karaiskou, V. (2004). «Η ανθρώπινη μορφή στη νεοελληνική γλυπτική» (“Human figure in modern Greek sculpture”). In Le Corps dans la langue, la littérature, l’histoire, les arts et arts du spectacle, XVIIIe Colloque International des Neoellenistes, University of Paris X Nanterre (pp. 535-541). Paris: Université Paris X Nanterre. 2. Karaiskou, V. (2004). “Skironio Museum Polychronopoulos: a living example of conserving and creating values.” In Definire la Missione e le Strategie del Museo (pp. 281-292). Florence: University of Florence. 3. Karaiskou, V. (2004). “Current and Future needs of cultural interaction, within the cross- cultural contemporary art communication.” In Art Criticism and Curatorial Practices East of the EU, AICA Turkey International Conference (pp. 115-123). Istanbul: AICA Turkey. 4. Karaiskou, V. (1999). “Art and Society: The influence of tradition on Contemporary Art. Greece as an example.” In Transition. Changing Society and Art, 32nd AICA International Congress (pp. 90-91). Tokyo: AICA Japan. Publications in Greek literature and research periodicals 1. Karaiskou, V. (2007, April). «Το Θεατρικό Εργαστήρι του Όσκαρ Σλέμερ (Oscar Schemer) στο Μπάουχαους» (“Oscar Schemer’s stage workshop at Bauhaus”). Nea Hestia, 1799, pp. 789-798. 2. Karaiskou, V. (2006, March). «Ο Μάλεβιτς στη θεατρική σκηνή της Ρωσίας» (“Malevich influence on the Russian theatre”). Nea Hestia, 1787, pp. 585-588. 3. Karaiskou, V. (2004, October). «Από την ψευδαίσθηση στην ‘πραγματικότητα’: δισδιάστατος και τρισδιάστατος χώρος στον 17ο αι.» (“From Illusion to ‘reality’: two and three dimension space in 17th century”). Nea Hestia, 1771, pp. 566-574. 4. Karaiskou, V. (2004). «Εικαστικός και Σκηνικός χώρος στην Αναγέννηση» (“Theatrical elements in the Renaissance paintings”). Theatrographies, 11, pp. 6-19. Monographs in Exhibition catalogues 1. Karaiskou, V. (2004). 38ος Παράλληλος-Ο Ορίζοντας (38th Parallel-The Horizon). Athens: Skironium Sculpture Museum. 2. Karaiskou, V. (2003). Ισμήνη Σαμανίδου (Ismini Samanidou). Kea: Kea Municipality. 3. Karaiskou, V. (2000). 3 νέοι καλλιτέχνες: Γιάννης Αγάθου, Γεωργία Δεσύλα, Αντώνης Σταθούλης (3 new artists: John Agathou, Georgia Desyla, Antonis Stratoudis). Athens: Gallery 3. 4. Karaiskou, V. (1998). Γιώργος Λαζόγκας (George Lazongas). Thessaloniki: Lola Nikolaou art gallery & Milos multiple-use art space. 5. Karaiskou, V. (1998). Νατάσα Μεταξά (Natasa Metaxa). Athens: Ekfrasi gallery.
  14. 14. 14 6. Karaiskou, V. (1998). Ναυσικά Πάστρα (Nausica Pastra). Thessaloniki: Lola Nikolaou art gallery. 7. Karaiskou, V. (1995). Γιώργος Κυπρής (George Kypris). Athens: Gallery 7. 8. Karaiskou, V. (1995). Μαρία Λοϊζίδου (Maria Loizidou). Willich, Germany: Schageshof Gallery. 9. Karaiskou, V. (1994). Κώστας Δικέφαλος (Kostas Dikefalos). Athens: Ekfrasi gallery. 10. Karaiskou, V. (1992). 12 καλλιτέχνες εκθέτουν έργα τους στη μνήμη Νίκου Περαντινού (12 artists for Nikos Perantinos). Paros: Nikos Perantinos Museum. 11. Karaiskou, V. (1992). Μιχάλης Πόρναλης (Mihalis Pornalis). Volos: Dada art gallery. 12. Karaiskou, V. (1991). Πασχάλης Αγγελίδης (Pashalis Agelidis). Alexandroupoli: Piccolo Café art space. Art reviews in Greek Art Magazines 1. Karaiskou, V. (1998). “George Lazogas”. ARTI, 38, pp. 188-191. 2. Karaiskou, V. (1998). “XIX Alexandria Biennale. The Greek representation”. ARTI, 38, pp. 212-213. 3. Karaiskou, V. (1998). “Nikos Kessanlis at the Rethymnon Center for Contemporary Visual Creation”. ARTI, 39, p. 220. 4. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Iro Nikopoulou”. ARTI, 32, pp. 174-175. 5. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Changes in the Visual Language”. ARTI, 32, pp. 180-183. 6. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Myth and Landscape”. ARTI, 32, p. 188. 7. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Nikos Kessanlis”. ARTI, 33, pp. 176-177. 8. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Kassiani Tsakiridi”. ARTI, 33, pp. 196-197. 9. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Nausica Pastra”. ARTI, 36, pp. 204-206. 10. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Painting-Film”. ARTI, 36, pp. 214-215. 11. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Nikos Kessanlis”. ARTI, 36, pp. 228-229. 12. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Ad Hoc/ and In Situ”. ARTI, 36, pp. 230-231. 13. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “5th International Istanbul Biennale”. ARTI, 36, pp. 246-247. 14. Karaiskou, V. (1996). “John Samothrakis”. ARTI, 28, pp. 209-210. 15. Karaiskou, V. (1996). “Everything that’s Interesting is New- DESTE Foundation”. ARTI, 29, pp. 144-157. 16. Karaiskou, V. (1996). “Francois Mechain”. ARTI, 29, pp. 198-199. 17. Karaiskou, V. (1996). “Rejecting the Reference to the Familiar”. ARTI, 31, p. 126. 18. Karaiskou, V. (1996). “International Sculpture Competition in Japan”. ARTI, 31, pp. 305- 306. 19. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Thodoros”. ARTI, 23, pp. 162-164. 20. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Kyriakos Mortarakos”. ARTI, 23, pp. 168-169. 21. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Graphic Arts in Faenza”. ARTI, 23, p. 210. 22. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Nikolas Klironomos”. ARTI, 24, pp. 202-203. 23. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Savas Hristodoulidis”. ARTI, 24, pp. 209-210. 24. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Hristos Giannakos”. ARTI, 25, pp. 200-201. 25. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Kostas Dikefalos”. ARTI, 25, pp. 216-217. 26. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Art Athina 3 ’95: Conclusions”. ARTI, 25, pp. 238-239. 27. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Giorgio de Chirico”. ARTI, 26, pp. 38-39.
  15. 15. 15 28. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Dimitra Siaterli”. ARTI, 27, pp. 193-194. 29. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Manolis Yannadakis”. ARTI, 27, pp. 200-201. 30. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Andreas Devetzis”. ARTI, 19, pp. 166-167. 31. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Maria Loizidou”. ARTI, 22, pp. 184-185. 32. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Kostis Georgiou”. ARTI, 22, pp. 189-190. 33. Karaiskou, V. (1993, February). «Εκεί όπου η εικόνα αποκτά χαρακτήρα κοσμογονίας» (“Where images become a vessel of cosmogony”). Art News, 15, p. 10. 34. Karaiskou, V. (1993, April). «Οι απόφοιτοι της ΑΣΚΤ στην Εθνική Πινακοθήκη» (“The School of Fine Arts’ graduates at National Gallery”). Art News, 17, p. 11. 35. Karaiskou, V. (1993, April). «Λογική και ένστικτο στη δουλειά του Δημήτρη Ντοκατζή» (“Reason and instinct in Dimitris Dokatzis’ work”). Art News, 17, p. 11. 36. Karaiskou, V. (1993, May). «ΑΣΚΤ: Το νέο πρόγραμμα σπουδών στη γλυπτική» (“The School of Fine Arts at Athens: The new curriculum”). Art News, 18, p. 20. 37. Karaiskou, V. (1993, May). «Germination 7: Μια έκθεση σπουδαστών με χαρακτήρα Μπιενάλε. Οι Έλληνες που συμμετείχαν» (“Germination 7th: The Greek participants”). Art News, 18, p. 11. 38. Karaiskou, V. (1993, June-August). «Μαρία Παπαδημητρίου: Οι Πύργοι της Πίζας και της Θεσσαλονίκης ενώθηκαν με τη βοήθεια της τεχνολογίας και της καλλιτεχνικής έμπνευσης» (“Maria Papadimitriou. Pisa’s and Thessaloniki’s towers joined due to technology and artistic inspiration”). Art News, 19-20, p. 11. 39. Karaiskou, V. (1993, June-August). «Σε διεθνείς Μπιενάλε η ΑΣΚΤ» (“The Athens’ School of Fine Arts participates in international Biennale”). Art News, 19-20, p. 11. 40. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Haris Mavros”. ARTI, 14, pp. 170-172. 41. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “John Bouteas”. ARTI, 15, pp. 196-198. 42. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Christina Sarantopoulou”. ARTI, 16, pp. 199-200. 43. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Τέχνη και πρωτοπορία» (“Visual arts and avant-garde”). SIMA, 6, pp. 16-18. 44. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Θόδωρος-ροπές» (“Thodoros-torques”). SIMA, 6, pp. 19-21. 45. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Ο Συμπαντικός χώρος του Χάρη Μαύρου» (“Haris Mavros: Spatial world”). SIMA, 6, pp. 26-29. 46. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Γιώργος Κουβάκης: Ανιχνεύσεις εσωτερικών τοπίων» (“George Kouvakis: In search of internal spaces”). SIMA, 6, pp. 106-107. 47. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Χρόνης Μπότσογλου: Μια πορεία» (“Hronis Botsoglou: A process”). SIMA, 6, p. 108. 48. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Κυριάκος Καμπαδάκης: Απελευθέρωση» (“Kyriakos Kabadakis: Emancipation”). SIMA, 6, pp. 108-109. 49. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Γιάννης Μόραλης: 16 + 2 ερωτικά» (“John Moralis: 16+2 erotics”). SIMA, 7, pp. 17-20. 50. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Γιώργος Γκολφίνος» (“George Golfinos”). SIMA, 7, pp. 56-57. 51. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Δημήτρης Αληθεινός» (“Dimitris Alithinos”). SIMA, 8, pp. 18-23. 52. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Ναυσικά Πάστρα: Η ομορφιά της Λογικής» (“Nausica Pastra: The charm of reason”). SIMA, 8, pp. 74-75. 53. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Σταύρος Ιωάννου» (“Stavros Ioannou”). SIMA, 8, pp. 76-77. 54. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Α’ Διεθνές Συμπόσιο Γλυπτικής Μαρμάρου στη Θάσο» (“The 1st International Symposium on Sculpture at Thasos”). SIMA, 9, pp. 22-26.
  16. 16. 16 55. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Κωστής Γεωργίου: Κραυγές και Ψίθυροι» (“Kostis Georgiou: Cries and whispers”). SIMA, 9, pp. 36-38. 56. Karaiskou, V. (1992). «Γιάννης Φωκάς» (“John Fokas”). SIMA, 9, pp. 39-41. 57. Karaiskou, V. (1991). «Αφιέρωμα στην Καλλιτεχνική και Πνευματική κίνηση του Βόλου» (“Artistic and cultural activity at Volos”). SIMA, 3, pp. 36-39. 58. Karaiskou, V. (1991). «Παλαιολόγος Θεολόγου» (“Palaiologos Theologou”). SIMA, 4, pp. 15- 17. 59. Karaiskou, V. (1991). «Οι τοιχογραφίες του Γουναρόπουλου στο ναό της Αγίας Τριάδος στο Νοσοκομείο του Βόλου» (“Gounaropoulos’ frescos at Volos’ Holy Trinity church”). SIMA, 5, pp. 34-37. 60. Karaiskou, V. (1991). «Θερινές καλλιτεχνικές εκδηλώσεις στο Βόλο» (“Summer art activities at Volos”). SIMA, 5, p. 101. 61. Karaiskou, V. (1991). «Η πρωτοπορία στις εικαστικές τέχνες, απόγειο και κρίση ενός πολιτιστικού συμπτώματος. Συμπόσιο στη Θεσσαλονίκη» (“Avant-garde in visual arts: Zenith and crisis of a cultural phenomenon. Symposium at Thessaloniki”). SIMA, 5, pp. 109- 110. Articles in Greek Art Magazines (unsigned, in the capacity of News’ Editor) 1. Karaiskou, V. (1997). “Chris Giannakos’ constructions in Thessaloniki”. ARTI, 36, pp. 247- 248. 2. Karaiskou, V. (1996). “Warhol- Basquiat- Clemente and Bertrand Lavier at Castello di Rivoli”. ARTI, 31, pp. 305-306. 3. Karaiskou, V. (1995). “Art Athina 3 ’95”. ARTI, 24, p. 232. 4. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Rescue Effort for Joseph Beuys’ 7000 Oak Trees”. ARTI, 18, p. 190. 5. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Art Athina ’94: The Second Meeting”. ARTI, 19, pp. 196-205. 6. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Contemporary Art in Greece. Conclusions after the Symposium at Pantion University in Athens”. ARTI, 19, p. 198. 7. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Robert Mapplelthorpe at Joan Miro Foundation”. ARTI, 19, p. 200. 8. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Catherine David: the new director for Documenta 10th”. ARTI, 19, p. 200. 9. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “John Zogolopoulos honors B. Generek”. ARTI, 19, p. 201. 10. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Art-Union Europe in Greece”. ARTI, 19, pp. 202-203. 11. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Usable Sculpture”. ARTI, 19, pp. 204-205. 12. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Gallery Collaboration in Belgium”. ARTI, 19, p. 205. 13. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Art 25 ’94 in Basel”. ARTI, 20, p. 216. 14. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Stephen Antonakos: Neon for the Stadtsparkasse”, ARTI, 20, p. 218. 15. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Sacred in Art. Art Village ’94”. ARTI, 20, p. 226. 16. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “OMMA Troupe in International Festivals”. ARTI, 20, p. 228. 17. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “The Forth Apostoliki”. ARTI, 20, p. 228. 18. Karaiskou, V. (1994). “Seven ‘Knights’ in University Cultural Celebration”. ARTI, 20, p. 231. 19. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Researching art and technology”. ARTI, 17, pp. 188-193. 20. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Hidetoshi Nagasawa in Tokyo”. ARTI, 17, p. 190.
  17. 17. 17 21. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Merging of Pace and Wildenstein galleries”. ARTI, 17, p. 191. 22. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “The child in art”. ARTI, 17, p. 191. 23. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Icons of Cretan School in Heraklion, Crete”. ARTI, 17, p. 192. 24. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “Martin, Martin why ever did you take my May away?” ARTI, 17, p. 193. 25. Karaiskou, V. (1993). “A new art gallery in Corfu”. ARTI, 17, p. 193. Entries in Volumes 1. Karaiskou, V. (2000). «Πούλμαν Ντόρα» (“Poulman Dora”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 4, p. 62). Athens: Melissa. 2. Karaiskou, V. (1999). «Μανιατάκος Γιάννης» (“Maniatakos John”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 3, p. 39). Athens: Melissa. 3. Karaiskou, V. (1999). «Μαχαιρίδης Χρήστος» (“Maheridis Chris”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 3, p. 92). Athens: Melissa. 4. Karaiskou, V. (1999). «Μιχαηλίδης Μιχάλης» (“Mihailidis Mihalis”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 3, p. 133). Athens: Melissa. 5. Karaiskou, V. (1999). «Παναγιωτίδης Γιάννης» (“Panagiotidis John”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 3, p. 374). Athens: Melissa. 6. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Καζάκος Κώστας» (“Kazakos Kostas”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 63). Athens: Melissa. 7. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Καλαμάρα- Παπαγιαννάκη Βάσω» (“Kalamara-Papagiannaki Vaso”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 73). Athens: Melissa. 8. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Καραπατσόπουλος Κωνσταντίνος» (“Karapatsopoulos Kostas”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 147). Athens: Melissa. 9. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κάσσης Κυριάκος» (“Kassis Kiriakos”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 170). Athens: Melissa. 10. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κέννεντυ Ντέιβιντ» (“Kennedy David”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 191). Athens: Melissa. 11. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κόλλιας Κωνσταντίνος» (“Kollias Kostas”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 232). Athens: Melissa. 12. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κολοκοτρώνης Θόδωρος» (“Kolokotronis Thodoros”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 233). Athens: Melissa. 13. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κούρτης Στάθης» (“Kourtis Stathis”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 312). Athens: Melissa. 14. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κούτρικας Γιάννης» (“Koutrikas John”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 317). Athens: Melissa. 15. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Κωνσταντινίδης Σάββας» (“Konstantinidis Savas”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 354). Athens: Melissa. 16. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Λασπάς Θεμιστοκλής» (“Laspas Themistoklis”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 394). Athens: Melissa. 17. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Λεοντής Ευστάθιος» (“Leontis Efstathios”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 406). Athens: Melissa. 18. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Λημναίος Αθανάσιος» (“Limneos Athanasios”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, pp. 411-412). Athens: Melissa.
  18. 18. 18 19. Karaiskou, V. (1998). «Λοβέρδος Μάριος» (“Loverdos Marios”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 2, p. 421). Athens: Melissa. 20. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Αγγελοπούλου Πελαγία» (“Agelopoulou Pelagia”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 15). Athens: Melissa. 21. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Αμπατζή- Κωδωνά Ράνια» (“Abatzi-Kidona Rania”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, pp. 48-49). Athens: Melissa. 22. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Βαμβάκου Αμαλία» (“Vamvakou Amalia”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 138). Athens: Melissa. 23. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Βαφειάδης Δημήτρης» (“Vafiadis Dimitris”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 166). Athens: Melissa. 24. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Βίκα, Κάλβερ- Κοτζαμάνη» (“Vika, Kalver-Kotzakami”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 181). Athens: Melissa. 25. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Βρέλλης Παύλος» (“Vrelis Pavlos”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 217). Athens: Melissa. 26. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γερονικολού Δήμητρα» (“Geronikolou Dimitra”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 250). Athens: Melissa. 27. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γεωργίου Χρήστος» (“Georgiou Chris”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 266). Athens: Melissa. 28. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γκίκα Θεοφανώ» (“Gika Theophano”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 289). Athens: Melissa. 29. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γλυμή Ιωάννα» (“Glimi Joanna”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 300). Athens: Melissa. 30. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γογγάκης Σπύρος» (“Gogakis Spiros”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 300). Athens: Melissa. 31. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γούτας Βασίλειος» (“Goutas Vasilis”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 309). Athens: Melissa. 32. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Γραμματικόπουλος Δημήτρης» (“Gramatikopoulos Dimitris”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 312). Athens: Melissa. 33. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Δαμιανάκης Νίκος» (“Damianakis Nikos”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 338). Athens: Melissa. 34. Karaiskou, V. (1997). «Δοβλέτογλου Κοσμάς» (“Dovletoglou Kosmas”). In Corpus of the Greek Artists. 16th-20th century (vol. 1, p. 378). Athens: Melissa.

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