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3rd Symposium, Polis Chrysochou

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Kyriakos Rokos

Vasilis Vasili n Vasilis Vasilin

Vasilis Vasili

3rd Symposium
September 20-30, 2011

Category: Modern sculpture, Symposia

Photography: Evangelia Matthopoulou

The symposium was organized by the Polis Chrysochou Municipality and was funded by the Municipality and the Ministry of Education. Two professional sculptors participated from Greece after submitting their proposal to the organizing committee. Additionally two locals, self-taught, were invited by the Municipality. All of them worked with a piece of at least 2 cubic meters local stone. All the works are titled as “Untitled”. The participant sculptors were: Vasilis Vasili and Kyriakos Rokos from Greece, Andreas Constantinou and Andreas Tamamounas from Cyprus. 


3rd Symposium, Limassol

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Ahmed El-Stoahy                               Kyriakos Rokos

Saadia Bahatn Victor Bonaton

Saadia Bahat                                          Victor Bonato

 3rd Sculpture Symposium


  Photography: Vicky Karaiskou

Four artists participated in the third symposium.

Victor Bonato (Germany), “Frozen wave”
The fluid curves of Bonato’s wave make a perfect match with the changing nature of the water they frame, and at the same time insinuate the dynamism of their potential spiral motion.

Kyriakos Rokos (Greece), “Mother of many children”
Kyriakos Rokos decomposes the human figure creating a puzzle of forms and volumes. 

Saadia Bahat (Israel), “Limassol-Haifa, Twin Cities”
The two interlocked marble circles symbolize the two cities, joined by the Mediterranean Sea.

Ahmed El-Stoahy (Egypt), “Couple at rest”
Ahmed El-Stoahy makes a forceful critical comment on the contemporary way of life and the eroded human relations which raise close associations with the Fritz Lang iconic film of 1927, “Metropolis”.


Municipalities twinning monument

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ArtistKyriakos Rokos

LocationKonstantinou Paleologou street, Geroskipou. Pafos district. 

CategoryInternational relations

Photography: Evangelia Matthopoulou

The monument was commissioned by the Agia Paraskevi Municipality, Athens, Greece as a mark of friendship and solidarity with the Geroskipou Municipality, Cyprus.