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Matina Vossou: Perfectly Unfinished

A Digital Gallery

The Retired Jester (2018)

Acrylic on canvas board

30 x 24 cm

Enthymeme (2019)

Acrylic on cardboard

23 x 55 cm

Aqua Regia and the Screaming Fingerprints of Gold (2020)

Acrylic on canvas board

30 x 40 cm

Lethe's Water (2020)

Acrylic on canvas

40 x 50 cm

Hobo Don Quixote and Sancho Panza (2021)

Acrylic on canvas

45 x 35 cm

Separation (2019)

Acrylic on canvas board

40 x 30 cm

Patriarchy's Tariff (2020)

Acrylic on canvas board

30 x 40 cm

An Ephemeral Crossing (2021)

About Matina Vossou:

Vossou is a self-taught artist living in Athens, Greece. She uses acrylics and a toothpick, a technique she learnt from her father, a naïve painter. She paints faces like perfectly unfinished mosaics of emotions and ideas. The skin is cracked and seemingly illuminated from the inside. She believes that every face is a journey; looking at a face is one of the longest, most adventurous and knowledgeable trips one can have. Her paintings were most recently exhibited in the following venues: Onboards Biennale in Antwerp, Belgium; Emerging Scene in Dubai, UAE; Artbox, (Urbanside Gallery in Zurich and Tana Art Place in Venice); and Expo Metro in the collective artwork, Downtown Los Angeles. She is also included in the 2021 publication (yearbook) of the Gran Anuario Internacional de arte contemporáneo, edición Madrid and in ARTISTI ’22, Annuario Internazionale d’ arte contemporanea, Art Now, Mondadori Store. She has exhibited her artworks in MADS Gallery in Milan. She has been featured in various art magazines. Aside from painting, she also loves writing; her play “The Nothing of People” (a dystopian comedy) was published in Greek in 2018. You can see more of her artwork below:


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