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Errika Gerakiti

Errika has a master's degree in Modern and Contemporary History and dreams of becoming a curator. She writes articles about modern and contemporary art, fashion, and cinema. In her free time, she sculpts and paints miniatures and reads books.

Stories By Errika Gerakiti

  • Art Travels

    The Best Street Art in Athens, Greece

    By March 10, 2021

    Athens is a strange city. On the one hand, you can see the monuments and relics of Ancient Greece that stand haughtily and imposingly. On the other hand, you have the rest of the city, which...

  • Jean Béraud, L'Arrivée des midinettes, 1901, oil on canvas, Sotheby's. Jean Béraud, L'Arrivée des midinettes, 1901, oil on canvas, Sotheby's.

    Artist

    The Beautiful Parisian Scenes of Jean Béraud

    By February 28, 2021

    In the first quarter of the 20th century, Paris was the center of artistic and intellectual activity. Artists, actors, dancers, poets, writers, philosophers from around the world went to Paris to discover the magic of the...

  • Mia Tarney, Pink Ranunculus, 2006, oil on linen, Artist's website. Mia Tarney, Pink Ranunculus, 2006, oil on linen, Artist's website.

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    10 Most Beautiful Artistic Flower Arrangements for Spring

    By February 21, 2021

    Winter passed so quickly this year. The situation is still weird, to say the least, in several countries around the world. However, Spring has always symbolized change and hope for something better, something fresh. Like these...

  • Alexandra Exter, Firenze, 1914-5, oil on canvas, Aware Women Artists. Alexandra Exter, Firenze, 1914-5, oil on canvas, Aware Women Artists.

    20th century

    Alexandra Exter: From Russia to Paris with Art

    By February 19, 2021

    Alexandra Exter was a painter and designer of the Russian/Ukrainian avant-garde. Her work isn’t limited to just one genre or movement. She was a Cubo-Futurist, a Constructivist artist that influenced the Art Deco movement. Exter didn’t...

  • Elena Antonopoulou, Say Goodbye to Her, the Alexandria You Are Losing, 2018, collage, Artist's photo. Elena Antonopoulou, Say Goodbye to Her, the Alexandria You Are Losing, 2018, collage, Artist's photo.

    Contemporary Art

    The Scenographic World of Elena Antonopoulou

    By January 13, 2021

    Elena Antonopoulou is a young artist from Greece. She has studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Also, she has participated in several artistic contests, winning first place and recognition. In Spring 2021 she will...

  • Elena Ringo, The Snow Queen, illustration. Victoria Buzz. Elena Ringo, The Snow Queen, illustration. Victoria Buzz.

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    The Snow Queen – Book Illustrations

    By December 24, 2020

    The Snow Queen is one of the most beautiful winter tales. Originally published on December 21st, 1844, it is Hans Christian Andersen’s longest story. Rumor has it that Andersen wrote it after a love disappointment. He...

  • Anonymous, Enslaved Men Digging Trenches, c. 1850, Rijksmuseum, purchased with the support of the Johan Huizinga Fonds/Rijksmuseum Fonds Anonymous, Enslaved Men Digging Trenches, c. 1850, Rijksmuseum, purchased with the support of the Johan Huizinga Fonds/Rijksmuseum Fonds

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    The Groundbreaking Slavery Exhibition at Rijksmuseum

    By December 17, 2020

    Under the turmoil of this year’s events, the discussion around racism has reached its highest peak. In February 2021 an exhibition will point out a matter very sensitive to many. It is the Slavery exhibition at...

  • 20th century

    Postwar Modernism in Cinema: Italian Neorealism

    By December 3, 2020

    World War II ravaged everything in its path. The global economy was ruined, many cities were completely destroyed, not to mention the numbers of people who lost their lives, were severely injured, or lost their homes....

  • Poster for 'Battleship Potemkin', directed by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925. Poster for 'Battleship Potemkin', directed by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925.

    Cinema

    Constructivism in Soviet Cinema

    By December 2, 2020

    Constructivism originated in Russia in 1915 and its creators were Vladimir Tatlin and Alexander Rodchenko. It promoted using industrial assemblage materials, as there was no place for decoration and stylization. Constructivists considered art as a means...

  • Andy Warhol, Campbell's Soup Cans, 1962, acrylic with metallic enamel paint on canvas, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA. Andy Warhol, Campbell's Soup Cans, 1962, acrylic with metallic enamel paint on canvas, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA.

    Art History 101

    Pop Art 101: Everything You Need to Know

    By November 28, 2020

    Everyone is familiar with Pop Art and everyone can recognize its most iconic artists and artworks. Cartoon characters, food, everyday products, are only a few of Pop Art’s subjects. However, most of us tend to believe...

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