On the 2nd of April, I went to an exhibition at Point Centre for Contemporary Art, Nicosia, entitled ''Stories From The Lives of My Friends'' by Christodoulos Panayiotou.
For this exhibition, Christodoulos was inspired by Chekhov's work that had remained unfinished. Christodoulos aims to develop beyond what is enounced, just as Chekhov's writing is expressed in pauses and inbetween lines.
In his series of works associations and intimate dialogues are implied rather than exposed. I like the fact that he uses traditional and historical aspects from Cyprus in his work. For example, his large mosaic and gold paintings using the same technique in orthodox religious icons.