by Thanos Makris

digital printing on textile

limited edition of 8 + 1 artist's proof

50 x 50 cm



Makris's recent MFA thesis focused on the history of the blue colour and its connections to  melancholy, as well as to the transformation and representation of “found” objects, such as motifs, porcelains, bones (mainly sacrum), and stones. His interpretation of these linkages composes a new autonomous artifact / palimpsest. Moreover, in his artistic expression, photography, mainly through the use of mobile camera, works as a medium and as an extension of his hand. The restraints of the mobile function, the limited quality of camera lens, and the noise (grain), are elements of the photographic procedure and outcome.

"Ephemeral Exercises" Caving Diary, Fossil 02

€300.00 Regular Price
€270.00Sale Price
  • Thanos Makris is a visual artist, art mediator, and art conservator. He was born in 1979 and raised in Nafplio. Today he is based in Athens. He holds a Master's degree in Fine Arts (MFA with distinction) from the Athens School of Fine Arts (2019), a Bachelor's degree in European Civilization, History, and Cultural Studies (2015), and a Diploma in Conservation of Works of Art and Antiquities (2000).


    He has worked as an art conservator for the Greek Ministry of Culture, the German Archaeological School at Athens (for a project at the National Archaeological Museum), and the Austrian Archaeological School in Cairo (Tell El-Dab'a, Nile Delta, Egypt).