Diachroniki Art for All will be hosting an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Paskalis Anastasi, entitled ‘In Focus’.
The main part of this exhibition will focus on the importance of the individual in a crowded world.
The artist emphasizes the essence of being human in a fast-moving, ever-changing world, where one feels deprived of any identity.
Like the spotlights falling on each actor in a play, the artist concentrates on each person who plays his part in the great theatre of life.
The opening will take place on Friday 6th of May at 7.30pm at Diachroniki Gallery, Arsinois 84 (opposite H&M Ledras), 1010 Nicosia.
Open 10.00 – 19.00 daily
Duration 6-31 May 2022.
With Best Regards,
As an observer, Paskalis Anastasi depicts people and places of his surroundings and seeks to explore colour, movement and personality of the subjects.
He sees himself as a painter of the plein-air technique, attempting to capture that elusive moment when time appears to stand still. Embracing this concept wholeheartedly, it has become an important feature in his works. The spontaneity and vivacity of this painting technique and the devotion to the close observation of nature and people has been the focus of his art.
It is my beloved Island of Cyprus that holds the key to my passion for landscape, figurative and portrait painting.
Wolverhampton University, 2009-10: BA (Hons) Fine Art
Loughborough College of Art & Design, 1985-87: HND Graphic Design
Barnet College, 1983-85, DATEC (foundation)
2019 – Blue Iris Gallery, Pafos, Cyprus
2017, 2015 – Diachroniki Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2013 – Diachroniki Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2012 – Museum of Modern Art, Rhodes, Greece
2012, 2010, 2009 – Diachroniki Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2008 – Peter’s Gallery, Limassol, Cyprus
2008 – Kyklos Gallery, Pafos, Cyprus
2007 – Aspelia Gallery, Larnaca, Cyprus
2006, 2005 – Diachroniki Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2013 – Not a Day Without a Line – Larnaca Municipal Art Gallery, Cyprus
2013 – Pera Orinis Symposium, Cyprus
2012 – Green Noise. Museum of Landscape Art, Plyos, Russia
2012 – A Selection of Art. Larnaca Municipal Art Gallery, Cyprus
Permanent Display – Diachroniki Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
Works are currently held in private collections in Cyprus and abroad including fifteen European countries, USA, Canada, Singapore, Dubai, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, China, Hong Kong and South Africa.
The former Ambassador of the United States to Cyprus, Ronald Schlicher.
The British Ambassador to Cyprus, Mathew Kidd.
The Iranian Embassy to Cyprus.
The former Cyprus Minister of Health, Christos Patsalides.
The National Collection of Works by Cypriot Artists.
Wolverhampton University, UK.
The Rt Hon Lord Paul.
The Museum of Modern Art of Rhodes, Greece.
The Museum of Landscape Art, Plyos, Russia.
Cyta (Cyprus National Telecom).
Central Bank of Cyprus.
Member of EKATE (Chamber of Fine Arts, Cyprus).See more paintings from Paskalis Anastasi