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The arrival of April brings a series of new art happenings. Exhibitions are set to open this Friday in Limassol featuring a diverse range of art forms and artists from the island and abroad. Art lovers, this one’s for you!

Gallery Morfi in Limassol will host the first solo exhibition of talented sculptor-ceramist Maria Kyprianou. Titled From Soil, this exhibition represents an emblematic presentation of Kyprianou’s creative practice. Inspired by nature and the human body, the artist approaches clay as an earthly and malleable material, which can be shaped and utilised with her imagination. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore a variety of artworks until April 13, ranging from those inspired by antiquity and mythology to those reflecting themes and concerns of the modern era.

Over at The Warehouse by It Quarter, renowned street artist Paparazzi will present a solo show this weekend. The Vandalize exhibition presented by Alpha CK Art Gallery will incorporate a blend of graffiti and murals, live performances, 3D animations and international guest artists.

Also opening this weekend is an art book presentation and art exhibition by Skolzki at the Old Vinegar Factory. The ARTNOW curatorial team presents the event titled Alevtina and Tamara — the first presentation and showcase of the graphic novel created by Skolzki, which will run on April 5 and 6 with an artist talk taking place on Saturday at 4pm.

 

From Soil

Solo exhibition of sculptor-ceramist Maria Kyprianou. April 5-13. Gallery Morfi, Limassol. Opening night: 7pm. Monday-Saturday: 10am-12.30pm and 4.30pm-6.30pm. Tel: 99-345474

Vandalize

Solo exhibition by street artist Paparazzi. April 5-7. The Warehouse by It Quarter, Limassol. Friday: 6pm-10pm. Saturday: 11am-10pm. Sunday: 11am-7pm

Alevtina and Tamara

Art book presentation and exhibition by Skolzki. April 5-6. Old Vinegar Factory, Limassol. Friday: 6pm-10pm. Saturday: 12pm-10pm

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