Raed Yassin, Manual for Disasters, 2017, 53 x 72, neon, Courtesy of Kalfayan Galleries, Athens – Thessaloniki
Since its inception in 1995, Kalfayan Galleries has been a pioneer in the expansion of the contemporary art scene in Greece. With a particular focus on Greece, the Balkans and the MENASA region, the gallery’s roster reflects the unique character of acting as a bridge between Eastern and Western visual culture. The gallery has established a strong international profile globally through a broad spectrum of projects, participation in art fairs and collaboration with galleries, museums, art institutions, curators and artists. Its philosophy focuses on a creative interchange between contemporary and post-war art and contributing to artistic research and discourse.
Farida El Gazzar
Silvina Der Meguerditchian
Slavs and Tatars