Joannis Avramidis

19th May to 4th September 2017

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  • JOANNIS AVRAMIDIS, Joannis Avramidis in the courtyard of the scuptors’s studios of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna | c. 1980 © © Sanjiro Minamikawa
  • JOANNIS AVRAMIDIS, Seated Figure (Band Figure) © Atelier | Studio Joannis Avramidis © Julia Frank-Avramidis Foto | Photo: Lempertz
  • NL Montage "Joannis Avramidis" © Leopold Museum
  • Joannis Avramidis, Band Figures, 1990 © Studio Joannis Avramidis, Vienna
  • NL-Montage zu "Joannis Avramidis" © Leopold Museum, Wien
  • JOANNIS AVRAMIDIS, Joannis Avramidis in the courtyard of the scuptors’s studios of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna | c. 1980 © © Sanjiro Minamikawa
    JOANNIS AVRAMIDIS, Seated Figure (Band Figure) © Atelier | Studio Joannis Avramidis © Julia Frank-Avramidis Foto | Photo: Lempertz
    NL Montage "Joannis Avramidis" © Leopold Museum
  • Joannis Avramidis, Band Figures, 1990 © Studio Joannis Avramidis, Vienna
    NL-Montage zu "Joannis Avramidis" © Leopold Museum, Wien
  • Joannis Avramidis im LEOPOLD MUSEUM

  • Joannis Avramidis | Ausstellungsfilm

  • Ausstellungsansicht 1: Joannis Avramidis © Lisa Rastl, 2017.
  • Ausstellungsansicht 2: Joannis Avramidis © Lisa Rastl, 2017.
  • Ausstellungsansicht 3: Joannis Avramidis © Lisa Rastl, 2017.
  • Ausstellungsansicht 4: Joannis Avramidis © Lisa Rastl, 2017.

KATALOG Avramidis ©Leopold Museum, WienThe exhibition is accompanied by a comprehensive catalogue in German and English. 

 

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JOANNIS AVRAMIDIS, Joannis Avramidis in the courtyard of the scuptors’s studios of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna | c. 1980 © © Sanjiro Minamikawa

Joannis Avramidis (1922–2016) is one of the most important protagonists of Austrian sculpture.A year after the artist’s death, the Leopold Museum presents the largest retrospective exhibition of his work to date in Austria. Avramidis’ oeuvre invariably revolved around the human form. Built from circular segments, he abstracted his figures and transformed them into unmistakable, intrinsically harmonious sculptures. Seeking a consolidation of the figural coupled with an abstractness of form, Avramidis oriented himself on Greek archaic and classical sculpture as well as on artists such as Hans von Marées, Constantin Brancusi and Wilhelm Lehmbruck. This led him to a highly autonomous style described by Werner Hofmann as “rhythm of severity”.

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