Architectural drawings dipped in colour. The Stella Meletopoulou exhibition.
NIKOS VATOPOULOS | Kathimerini, April 28, 2022
Products of the pandemic, Ms. Meletopoulou’s new works bear witness to this painstaking, tortuous, introverted quest for a way out. It is an exhibition that is aesthetically life-giving and conceptually philosophical, a contemplation on ontology, repetition, infinity, fragility, translucency, finiteness and ambiguity. Kostas Prapoglou, one of the art historians who closely (and creatively) observes contemporary art production in Greece and worldwide, undertook to curate this exhibition. He writes of the artist’s visual dictionary, which comprises of “idiomatic symbols, enigmatic signs and complex equations”.
Stella Meletopoulou has called her exhibition “Origins” and her works do, in fact, look like veins of consciousness.