Monday, April 19, 2021

Brief CV

Athina Chatzigiannaki is a visual artist and performer. She is currently studying in the University of Sydney both moving image and art curating on a master's level. She already holds a master's degree in the fields of painting and sculpture from the Fine Arts Academy in Athens, Greece and in architecture from NTUA In 2010 she also got an acting degree from Akis Davis studio. .She has been exhibiting her work as an artist and performer since 1996 (see details on her CV in the website:""

Also a small collection of current and previous artwork can be seen here:

 Or in my drive: 

current artworks can be seen and bought at

Monday, March 29, 2021

Sunday, March 7, 2021

3 physical artworks

Title:les musiciens
 Medium:acrylics on canvas


Title:masked humanity

Medium:acrylics on canvas

Dimensiins: 97X83cm 

Title: art world
Medium: acrylics on canvas
Dimensions: 97X83cm

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Communication with curator Claire Baddeley


1. Exhibits in drawers

2. Name of hostel- information

Thursday, September 24, 2020



Macassan prahu, information from the catalogs of AGNSW

Author's note

This black and white print of Dhuwarrwarr Marika is in display in a very prestigious position , while left and right in the same case are found two marvellous pieces of tapestry Indonesian work.

The gallery where all three displays are found is the Asian art Gallery of AGNSW.

Unless Oceania is also considered Asia the artwork of Dhuwarrwarr should not be in that gallery, while the only remark on the labels of the Indonesian tapestry is that they also depict boats and the connection then with Dhuwarrwarr's work which is an interesting example of advanced abstraction in her art, is that they are all talking of the travel among the waters between Australia and Indonesia.

But is that enough of an excuse so to combine a contemporary  artwork, the Macassan prahu with artefacts from an Asian neighbor? Even if the prestigious  nature of  the position is evident , how accurate that is?