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June, 2018

 

Installation shot

 

"Perfectly Small"

13 June - 14 July

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January, 2018

 

Installation Shots

 

"Cité"

26 January – 17 February

 

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July, 2016


Installation Shots


"Emerged"

28 June - 10 July 2016

Joanna Bryant & Julian Page, London


April, 2017


Member of RBS

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June, 2016


Installation Shots


Kostas Synodis/Jake Clark at Herrick Gallery

26 May – 25 June 2016


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Inside the "The Studio"

June, 2016


"The Studio" 170 x 150 cm, 2016


"The Studio" was an installation that was featured at Art16

 

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May, 2016


"Non-profits and unconventional displays shine at Art16" - The Art Newspaper


...Independent UK dealers Julian Page and Joanna Bryant, who have no permanent space, are presenting a reproduction of the London-based artist Kostas Synodis’s 160cm-square, windowless sculpture studio—formerly a cupboard...


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May, 2016


10 Artworks


Across Synodis’s intriguing practice, materials aren’t what they appear to be. Here, a form seems to bend with the suppleness of rubber or foam but is in fact made from hard resin. The taut rope enhances the Greek, London-based sculptor’s trickery—without it, the piece would lose its compelling sense of tension. Like small, compact responses to Richard Serra’s giant minimalist sculptures, Synodis’s works upend the expectations of materials that we think we know the limitations of.


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May, 2016


Installation Shots


Kostas Synodis at Art 16

20-22 May 2016

Joanna Bryant & Julian Page

Booth EM7


January, 2016


Two Friends

Julian Page

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Joanna Bryant Projects




August, 2015


Early-Work Website

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August, 2014


Two Friends

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November, 2013


"Novelty: what validates art, if not newness?" - The Boar


‘The artists on display here are definitely ones to watch,’ commented  Katherine Savage, a visitor to the show. She talked about Acme by Kostas Synodis:‘It’s witty and cartoonish. It highlights the absurdity of industrial chemical tools.’ Synodis’ other work exhibited, Nine, makes an especially interesting assertion, that something mass-produced loses its value and its beauty.


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November, 2013


Novelty


The below text explores the idea of Novelty in contemporary art as per the exhibition curated by myself and Josh Berry at Asylum, SE15 this weekend gone. NOVELTY There’s a fine line between newness and novelty.  It’s a line that divides the illustrious and the new from the tacky. It separates the alluring from that …


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