THE HOLY MOUNT ATHOS -Efthymios Warlamis

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TO AGION OROS
THE HOLY MOUNT ATHOS
Efthymios Warlamis
A unique exhibition concept dedicated to the Holy Mountain
of Athos - the monasteries, the chapels and small monastic
dependencies, the landscape, the Orthodox monks and
their ritual life. The exhibition shows the reality of Mount
Athos which is defined by spirituality.
Exhibition Scale, Exhibition Space, List and Dimensions of
Paintings,Biography of the artist.

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THE HOLY MOUNT ATHOS -Efthymios Warlamis

  1. 1. TO AGION OROSTHE HOLY MOUNT ATHOS Efthymios WarlamisA unique exhibition concept dedicated to the Holy Mountainof Athos - the monasteries, the chapels and small monasticdependencies, the landscape, the Orthodox monks andtheir ritual life. The exhibition shows the reality of MountAthos which is defined by spirituality.Exhibition Scale, Exhibition Space, List and Dimensions ofPaintings,Biography of the artist.
  2. 2. Exhibition Scale: 72 original paintings by Efthymios Warlamis 1 reconstruction of a chapel with reconstruction of frescos inside 1 Simantron, wooden object 1 room of the monks, singingExhibition Space: 360 - 400 m² = needed space for the presentation of the complete exhibition 4 - 5 m = needed height of rooms Reconstruction of a chapel: dimension 250 x 350 cm, height 300 cm max. Room of the monks: dimension 315 x 315 x 300 cmList of Paintings: 1 Karyes 190 x 270 cm, 2 parts (4779) 1 Iviron 180 x 270 cm, 2 parts (4777) 1 Stavronikita 180 x 270 cm, 2 parts (4778) 2 Megistris Lavra 01, 200 x 145 cm, Lavra 02, 200 x 145 cm 2 Megistris Lavra 03/04, 200 x 145 cm (4757), 200 x 145 cm (4758) 1 Skite, 200 x 145 vm 1 Pantokrato, 190 x 145 cm 1 St. Basile, 200 x 145 cm 1 Skite Anna, 190 x 145 cm 1 Esphigmenou, 200 x 145 cm (4754) 1 Chilandar, 190 x 145 cm (4767) 1 Grigoriou, 190 x 145 cm (4766) 1 Harbour Megistris Lavra, 200 x 145 cm 1 Christ, 70 x 90 cm, (4797) 1 Christ, 180 x 200 cm, 3-parts 1 Esphigmenos, 135 x 145 cm 1 Chilandar, 160 x 145 cm (4776) 1 Pavlou, 170 x 145 cm (4773) 1 Iviron, 145 x 145 cm (4764) 1 Koutkoumoussou, 145 x 145 cm (4771) 1 Diochareiou, 160 x 145 cm (4761) 1 Karakalou, 145 x 145 cm (4759)
  3. 3. 1 Kastamonitou, 170 x 145 cm (4774) 1 Simonopetras, 100 x 145 cm (4807) 1 Simonopetras, 135 x 145 cm (4756) 1 Dionisiou, 115 x 145 cm (4762) 1 Dionisiou, 145 x 145 cm (4765) 1 Stavronikita, 150 x 145 cm (4770) 1 Vatopedi, 170 x 145 cm (4768) 1 Xenofontos, 170 x 145 cm (4769) 1 Xeropotamou, 145 x 145 cm (4772) 1 Zografou, 120 x 145 cm (4763) 1 Kap. Stavro, 190 x 145 cm 2 Abstract 01/02, 110 x 160 cm 2 Abstract 03/04, 90 x 160 cm 1 Graphical, 130 x 160 (0408) 1 Graphical, 145 x 160 cm (0413) 1 graphical painting, 110 x 160 cm (0424) 1 Landscape, 180 x 160 cm (0409) 1 Landscape, 180 x 160 cm (0410) 1 Mount Athos, 180 x 160 cm (0411) 4 Mount Athos, 85 x 160 cm (0414, 0415, 0416, 0417) 1 Mount Athos, 130 x 160 cm (0419) 3 Monks01, monks 02, monks 03, 90 x 160 cm 10 Monks - Cycle, 3 x 310 x 180 cm (10 parts - 4785-4794) 2 Mount Athos, 85 x 180 cm (4781, 4783) 1 Mount Athos, 100 x 180 cm (4784) 1 Mount Athos, 90 x 180 cm (4782) 1 Mount Athos, 180 x 300 cm, 2-parts (4780) 1 Skite Demetrios, 145 x 145 cm 1 Pilotheou, 180 x 145 cm 1 Panteleimonos, 180 x 145 cm (4775) 1 Chilandar, 180 x 145 cm Organization: The exhibition is organized and prepared by The Waldviertel Art Museum, Austria and The Experimental Workshop of Vergina, Greece, in cooperation with official authorities and institutions.
  4. 4. Efthymios Warlamis, Prof. Mag. Arch.biography (excerpt) Efthymios Warlamis, born in Greece in 1942, is an architect, painter, writer and educa-tor. He studied architecture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, where Wiener Werkstättecofounders Josef Hoffman and Koloman Moser once taught. Warlamis has taught and lecturedat the university’s Department of Architecture, as well as at other European universities and artacademies. Warlamis set up and directed numerous experimental research projects, including “Iden-tity of the City,” the Santorini Architectural Seminar, and the Santorini Ecological Academy. Whileteaching experimental architecture at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburgin 1988, Warlamis developed his New Age philosophy of architecture, art and design. Since 1992, Warlamis has been Director of the International Center for Art and Design(IDEA) in Schrems, Austria. As of 2008 he is also Director of The Waldviertel Art Museum, Austria. Warlamis sees art as a discipline of existential perception which bears a universal mes-sage. His multifaceted works of art and artistic projects, such as Alexander 2000, Mother Olym-piad, Poetic Architecture, Le Jardin Mystique, and I Believe, are exhibited worldwide. Since 1997his most extensive exhibition, Alexander 2000: The Spirit of Tolerance, comprising 2,000 paintings,has travelled to museums in Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Jordan.Works by Warlamis are held in the Graphic Arts Collection of the Albertina, Vienna; the Museumof Modern Art in Vienna; the Alexander Iolas Collection; the German Museum of Architecture inFrankfurt; and many other major museums and private collections. Selected Projects and Exhibitions 1982 H.A.M.B.U.R.G., Museum of Modern Art, Vienna 1983 Vienna-Hamburg, Kunsthaus Hamburg 1985 Une Cité Imaginaire, German Museum of Architecture, Frankfurt 1989 Utopies, Grand Palais, Paris 1991 Architecture Automatique, Zappeion, Athens 1992 Design Landscape, Vienna Technical Museum 1993 New Age Design, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York 1994 Campo & Campo art gallery, Antwerp 1995 Revelation and the Environment, Patmos, Greece 1995 Zoorella, educational children’s playground, Schönbrunn Zoo, Vienna 1995 Ecological Academy of Santorini, Greece 1996 Tokyo Teleport Town 1997 Alexander 2000, Cultural Capital of Europe, Thessaloniki 1998 Melina Mercouri Exhibition Center, Athens 1998 Noah’s Ark, art project for children, Hainburg, Austria
  5. 5. 1999 Palace of Arts, Cairo Museum of Fine Arts, Alexandria Dominican Church, Krems, NÖ Donaufestival1999 Meta Design, Brussels2000 Artella, children’s playground, Museum of Applied Arts, Frankfurt2000 Alexander 2000, Nicosia, Cyprus, and Skulpturhalle Basel, Switzerland2001 The Spirit of Tolerance, European Parliament, Brussels2002 The Spirit of Tolerance, Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire, Brussels2002 Thessaloniki Mon Amour, Demetria Festival, Thessaloniki2002-04 The Church of Joyful Tidings, Waidhofen an der Thaya, Austria, design and construction2003 The Art of Beauty, Thessaloniki and Nicosia Porto Elounda Project, Elounda Mare Gallery, Greece2004 Mother Olympiad: The Power of Love, Zappeion, Athens Living Sculptures, environmental installation, Tokyo2005 I Believe: Mysteries and Transformations, MuseumsQuartier, Vienna, Cathedral and Diocesan Museum, Vienna, and Dublin Castle, Ireland Poetic Architecture, Benaki Museum, Athens New Architecture Group, London, New York2006 Vision of Tolerance, Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Amman2006 Warlamis Collection, Oriol Gallery, Munich2006 Mozart: Le Jardin Mystique, Schrems, Austria, and Port of Thessaloniki2007 The New Vision, Niederösterreichisches Landesmuseum, St. Pölten, Austria2007 The Mystic Garden: Art of Belief, Museum of the Hellenic World, Athens2008 Triumph of Love: Schiele’s Revision, The Waldviertel Art Museum, Austria2008/09 The Holy Mountain of Athos, Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki The Mountains of My Homeland, travelling exhibition, Greece2009 The Waldviertel Art MuseumProf. Mag. Arch. Efthymios WarlamisThe Waldviertel Art Museum, AustriaMuehlgasse 7, 3943 Schremsphone: +43/2853/72888-0, fax: +43/2853/72888-22

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