In July 2016 Simon Pruciak and Alexandra Reddaway started their one year, round-the-world by moto
From March 9 to April 14, 2018, the Zampelas Art Museum presents the exhibition entitled “And wha
The Zampelas Art Museum and Cyprus Architects Association co-organise and present the photography exhibition: «UNSEEN VIEWS» by the Architect Charis Solomou.
For the first time the exhibition will present a selection of engravings from the Museum's collection alongside new works by eight Cypriot printmaking artists.
Urban Collage is the title of a 6-day residency workshop of artists that took place in the surrounding area of Loukia and Michael Zampelas Art Museum, adjacent to the buffer zone, and in the museum itself.
The Livres d’ Artistes exhibition attempts to shed light on artists’ books, a medium that began to arise from the mid-20th century in the visual arts in Cyprus.
On the occasion of 100 years since the birth of the artist Kostas Averkiou, a selection of paintings, both oil paintings and watercolours, are on display, denoting his artistic practice from 1945 to 1981.
The exhibition of Cypriot artist Kyriaki Phili, entitled speculum mundi displays works which are visual references to historic paintings as well as works with stills taken from film. Her media: pencil, oil, sand and video.
Aiming at the articulation of a fresh narrative visualization of Troodos, there is an attempt to re-map its location, people and essence in order to collect the fragments, personal and collective, of its identity, estranged from its roots by Cypriot artists.
The work of eighteen Cypriot students will be exhibited at the Museum, honoring their «mentor» Panayiotis Tetsis, a year after his death.
Nikos Papaloukas is concerned about Land and People in a deeper, broader sense, as well as about Myth and Poetry; with them being carriers of values and truths, he finds himself on a continuous dialogue between them, creating a visible painting space.
The First Generation of Cypriot Artists from the Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in Moscow exhibit their new body of work demonstrating their virtuosity which can be traced from their early artistic practice.
The Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum presents the temporary exhibition Horst Weierstall: From Sign to Action, reflecting the artistic development of German visual artist Horst Weierstall from 1979 to date.
Depicting her life and the lives of her fellow-villagers, Zuzana Chalupová’s paintings draw us into her world, a world of the past and of her imagination.
On the occasion of the 50 years anniversary of the Zampelas family collection, the current exhibition on motherhood is dedicated to Loukia Zampelas, the co-founder of the museum.
The permanent collection of the Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum revives artistic practices of the late 19th century to present day, with a great focus on the art and culture of Cyprus through the works of renowned Cypriot artists.
Successive Compositions exhibits works by artists based on a parent-child relationship.
Still Life: Fruit, Flower, Bottle is a temporary exhibition dipslaying works of the Museum collection by Cypriot, Greek and international artists.
This unique exhibition of photographs by Steve McCurry, all coming from his studio in New York, consists of photographs taken in several different countries such as Nigeria, Thailand, Indonesia, India and many others.
On the occasion of 40 complete years of operation, the Architectural Office of Athos Dikaios and
Katy Stephanides is considered the most accomplished Cypriot artist to adopt modernism, channeling abstract art in radical abstract geometric paintings especially those of her early periods.
The artistic project United States of Europe (U.S.E) deals with European identity and today’s Europe in the context of a travelling exhibition through ten European countries.