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A larger than life work of art.

Local artist Andreas Charalambous is currently running a four-part exhibition at Charalambous Gallery in Nicosia.

The exhibition, which will run until Wednesday, is separated into a number of sections. The first showcases art work by Charalambous that he has been working on for the last two years. Among this collection viewers will find 17 pieces linked with landscapes from the city of Avesta in Sweden.

The second is part of the gallery's permanent collection by the artist's wife Svetlana Charalambous. The third displays Russian works from Charalambous' personal collection, and the fourth section showcases a small collection by artist Fakhrddin Mokhberi from Iran.

Charalambous is very well-known on the local art scene. He studied at the Sourikov State Institute of Fine Arts in Moscow and between 1978 to 1980, he worked as an Assistant Professor of Monumental Art at the same institute. He has been running his own Fine Arts School in Nicosia since 1980.

The artist has also been involved in poster art, illustrated book covers, translated theatrical plays and given lectures on History of Arts.

Four Part Exhibition

Exhibition with mainly works by Andreas Charalambous. Until June 21. Charalamabous Gallery, 7 Egeos Street, Pallouritissa, Nicosia. Monday-Saturday: 4.30pm-9pm. Tel: 99-364410

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Publication:Cyprus Mail (Cyprus)
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Date:Jun 16, 2017
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