With his third exhibition Vassilis Dimitros resurfaces in the urban artistic scene. With 12 medium sized paintings, he presents his own personal reading of the involuntary and lonely coexistence of modern urban people.

As the bodies randomly intersect in a common and totally isolated daily routine, the human sight stops at nowhere. Sometimes thought, through the populated crowd, our eyes may focus on a face, transforming “far” into “close”, lighting a spark for the artist to create his own artistic stories, imagining the personality, the thoughts and feelings that drive theses people’s lives. This year’s portraits, made by Vassilis Dimitros, are a depiction of that sight on the faces of the urban scenery. Each one a glance “inside”, an invitation for the viewer to form his own narration through his own personal view.

(Close) Von - Acrylic on canvas (60 x 80cm)
(Close IV) Olsen - Acrylic on canvas (60 x 80cm)
(Far) - Acrylic on canvas (50 x 70cm)
(Inside IV) Road to Awe - Acrylic on canvas (60 x 80cm)
(Close II) Passers - Acrylic on canvas (60 x 80cm)
(Close V) - Acrylic on canvas (60 x 80cm)
(Inside) Si - Acrylic on canvas (50 x 60cm)
(Inside V) Last Man - Acrylic on canvas (70 x 100cm)
(Close III) Rainmaker - Acrylic on canvas (60 x 80cm)
(Close VII) - Acrylic on canvas (35 x 50cm)
(Inside II) Se - Acrylic on canvas (50 x 60cm)
(Inside V) Ivy - Acrylic on canvas (70 x 100cm)

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