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Joannis Avramidis

(Batumi 1922 ) Wikipedia® : Joannis Avramidis
AVRAMIDIS Joannis Kopf Ii

Ketterer /Dec 3, 2015
24,000.00 - 28,000.00
35,000.00

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Joannis Avramidis - Torso

Joannis Avramidis - Torso

Original 1960
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Lot number: 755
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Joannis Avramidis * (Batum, Georgia, 1922–2016 Vienna) Torso, 1960, bronze, brown patina, signed Avramidis, numbered 3/6, height 70 cm A bronze illustrated in: Joannis Avramidis, Skulpturen und Zeichnungen, Galerie Ulysses, Vienna 1975, cat. no. 7 - there dated to 1960 and 1961. Exhibited and published: Trigonpersonale 5, Joannis Acramidis, Plastik, Graphik, Neue Galerie Graz 1974, Abb. 16, Joannis Avramidis. A classic of a contemporary sculpture, National Gallery, Alexandros Santzos Museum, Athens 1997, p. 88 Provenance: Private Collection, London The representation of divinities in human form and, above all, of man himself constituted the central theme of ancient art. This theme was taken up by Christian works of art and has, since the Renaissance, been developed for centuries in an astonishing scope. Goethe opined, “The main aim of all sculpture... is that the dignity of man be represented within the human image.” In the art of the 20th century, however, the theme of “man” has lost much of its earlier validity. And when “man” is still depicted today, then the artistic interest is generally on his subjection and the loss his dignity has incurred. “Avramidis” almost 50-year search and struggle for a generally valid form of representation of the human figure is therefore completely unusual for our time. He himself is aware of his isolated position and once said, “Actual references for my work exist only in antiquity and Italian early Renaissance.” Raimund Wünsche -from Grieche unter Griechen. Joannis Avramidis in der Glyptothek, Munich 1999
Joannis Avramidis - Kleine Figur I

Joannis Avramidis - Kleine Figur I

Original 1963
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Lot number: 608
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Description: The plinth with punched signature 'AVRAMIDIS' and numbered. One of 6 casts.Inspired by classical antiquity and Italian renaissance, in his works, Joannis Avramidis is in search of the ideal stature and its proportions. Since his participation in the Venice Biennale in 1962, he is regarded as a classic of European sculpting. Michael Semff describes his works as follows: “The work by the Greek artist Joannis Avramidis sets standards. It holds its ground as an unshakable block in the art of the second half of the 20th century. He brings together the traditions of artistic expression of a thousand year-old Mediterranean culture where the human figure, his central theme, was radically and newly devised from the inside. In this respect, the system and the stringent principles of the artistic process enforce the elimination of subjective arbitrariness to a large extent. […] Avramidis' utopian notion of an „absolute figure“ accrues from the constant fight between the “data” wrenched from nature and the construction enforced by the idea: drawing and sculpture as an indissoluble interwoven approach to an ideal image of man spanning across time that is to be reconstructed.” (Michael Semff, Avramidis Skulpturen und Zeichnungen, Munich, 2005, p.21ff) Condition Report: Minor traces of age. Notes: Droit de suite according to conditions of sale Provenance: private collection, Germany Dimensions: Height 40 cm Artist or Maker: Joannis Avramidis
Joannis Avramidis - Kopf 2

Joannis Avramidis - Kopf 2

Original 1959
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Lot number: 212
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Joannis Avramidis (Austrian, 1922-2016) Kopf 2 signed and numbered 'AVRAMIDIS 1/6' (along the base) bronze with black patina 11 1/2 x 6 1/4 x 6 in. (29.2 x 15.9 x 15.2 cm.) Executed in 1959. Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM THE CLAIRE AND GARRICK STEPHENSON COLLECTION Exhibited Frankfurt, Galerie Appel, Joannis Avramidis Skulptur and Plastik 6, 10 June-22 July, 1967.
Joannis Avramidis - Kopf Ii

Joannis Avramidis - Kopf Ii

Original 1965
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Lot number: 915
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Joannis Avramidis 1922 Batum/Russland - lebt und arbeitet in WienKopf II. 1965.Bronze with dark brown patina. With name and number at bottom. From an edition of 6 copies. 27 x 18 x 18 cm (10.6 x 7 x 7 in). EXHIBITION: Joannis Avramidis. Skulpturen und Handzeichnungen, Kunsthalle Bremen 18 November, 1979 - 6 January, 1980/Städtische Kunsthalle Mannheim 11 January - 10 February, 1980, cat. no. 33 (illu. 23). Presumably different copy. Called up: December 5, 2015 - ca. 16.50 h +/- 20 min.
Joannis Avramidis - Drei-figuren-relief

Joannis Avramidis - Drei-figuren-relief

Original 1977
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Lot number: 1
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Joannis Avramidis (b. 1922) Drei-Figuren-Relief, Bronze, 1977 Bronze relief, dark brown patina Vienna, 1977 Joannis Avramidis (b. 1922) – Greek-Austian sculptor Signed in the cast and stamped with the number „113/400“ Stamps of founder ‘Venturi Arte Bologna’’’’ and publisher ‘Euroart’’’’ on the plinth Dimensions: 40.1 x 25.4 x 5.1 cm
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