Tag Archives: Στεφανία Λεοντιάδου

instinct and emotion

“[…..] and do not confuse instinct with emotion”  ….and love…? The callous need to be always tested, always scrutinized to the bone, through that gaze of reprobation…  ….how do you define it…? A totalitarian mess of a diachronic masochistic embrace … Continue reading

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optical cable

Not too long ago, a dear friend told me… “We aren’t linked with an under-sea optical cable right now for no reason. Everything you are feeling echoes here. I can see the frustration and fear. Of that blurry tomorrow [….] … Continue reading

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massacre

It’s Pablo Picasso’s “Massacre in Korea” (1951) that captivated me most in person today, although I only drew the half left part; Figuratively, loosely and engagingly, as the geometry of his mindful deconstruction and expressive innovation already started to reveal … Continue reading

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a drawing’s evolution

ups and downs         … and still going ?

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self operation

(interpreted by Ioannis Roussakis) With the soul’s anticipation, she  strives to gather all the scattered pieces of her self that have been the consequences of deception and false knowledge of revealing circumstances (poisonous mushrooms).  She has found refuge in the … Continue reading

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