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It is hereby certified that Saradopoulou Christina has kindly gifted an artwork (10x12cn) to Benetton Foundation, as part of the non- profit Imago Mundi project.

As from 1st of September 2014 the work is part of the Imago Mundi Greek Collection

Images of work will be used for the catalogue dedicated to the Imago Mundi Greek Collection, as also for the promotion of all showcasing the particular Collection

The Curators of the Project on behalf of the Benetton Foundation

Polyna Kosmadaki

Natasha Karagelou



Χριστίνα Σαραντοπούλου, Wolfgang Stiller, Θεόδωρος Οικονομίδης


Εγκαίνια Τρίτη 14 Οκτωβρίου 2014, 19.00 – 23.00


Τρεις αυτοτελείς εγκαταστάσεις, δύο γλυπτικές και μία ζωγραφική, της Χριστίνας Σαραντοπούλου, του Wolfgang Stiller και του Θεόδωρου Οικονομίδη θα παρουσιαστούν στην γκαλερί Λόλα Νικολάου από τις 14.10 έως τις 06.11.2014

Η Χριστίνα Σαραντοπούλου θα παρουσιάσει χαρακτηριστικά έργα των ανεικονικών μεταλλικών της αναπτυγμάτων. Οι συνθέσεις της, αφηγηματικές και ταυτόχρονα αφαιρετικές, παράγουν ρυθμούς ανάμεσα σε κενά και πλήρη για να αποδώσουν ό,τι είναι περίβλεπτο εξωτερικά, αλλά και ό,τι υπονοείται ως δυναμική εσωτερική δομή.

Την έκθεση επιμελείται η Ιστορικός Τέχνης Θάλεια Στεφανίδου.

Participation at Miami River Art Fair 2013 Exhibition, December 5-8, Miami, FL, USA

Participation at Kinetica Art Fair 2011 exhibition, February 03-06 2011, London UK

More information at:

The work: a kinetic sculpture to be presented at the 2011 Kinetica Art Fair.

Work description: two perforated metal spheres, their surface formed by the shapes of fingerprints, poised on the two edges of a red playground seesaw in constant motion.

Title: “Individual singularities, collective similarities”

Media: Stainless steel, electrostatic painting, motor

Dimensions: 200 x 55 x 120 cm (L x W x H).

Artist: Christina Saradopoulou, sculptor
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Tel: +30 694 484 1278
2 Pellis St., Halandri Attikis, Athens, Greece.


Artist’s statement for the Press

Spheres, unseen forms, the traces of hands, patterns crafted by the body, primary shapes moving up and down on the seesaw of time, here and there, weaving the fabric of space.

The fingerprint becomes a symbol and reflection of human existence, a unit for measuring the dimensions of human life, a canvas to represent the human scale.

The spheres move in an attempt to document the “magical unity” of man and universe, the “synchronicity” and “equilibrium” between the human and the cosmic.

Keeping pace with the rhythmical play of the Cosmos (a children’s seesaw) they reveal what both the Small-scale and the Grand have in common in terms of degree and structure. At the same time, a repetition of similarities renders differences more evident.

What emerges is collective diversity, which by preserving its individual singularity seems to lead to collective similarity, a necessary condition for the coexistence and unity of the world’s peoples.

Christina Saradopoulou, sculptress