Ruth Weigand’s Residency (DEU)

This gallery contains 11 photos.

Ruth Weigand’s work examines natural landscapes through the spaces, volumes, lines and forms that they consist of and their possible transformations. She is interested in the fragment and the abstract. During her residency she explored those notions by isolating and accenting natural motifs both through drawing and photography, as well as collecting material for future … Continue reading


Gaspar Acebo and Marcos Mangani’s Residency (ARG)

This gallery contains 34 photos.

ORDENES is the title of site specific installations by Argentinian artists Gaspar Aceco and Marcos Mangani as a result of their artAmari Residency. It is the artists’ first collaborative work and it was inspired by the vast abandonment they encountered in the area and more specifically at the Asomati monastery where they decided to concentrate … Continue reading


Special Greek Edition October 2016

This gallery contains 36 photos.

The 10th artAmari Residency coincided with the 150 years anniversary from the Cretan Revolution at Arkadi Monastery. The residency was included in the official commemorative events and was therefore decided that there wouldn’t be an open call for non-Greek artists (as normally) but an invitation to Greek artists, with the specific focus on the anniversary. … Continue reading


Hadas Tapouchi’s Residency (ISR)

This gallery contains 14 photos.

Hadas worked on her on going, photographic project Transforming concerning the Holocaust of Amari and forced labour in the area during WWII. “The concept behind Transforming is to document … social transformation and the manner in which an historical catastrophe can become normalized or neutralized. The objective is to encourage observers to integrate their own … Continue reading

Gonzalo Paramo’s work at artAmari by art historian V. Vayenou

“The peculiar artworks that Gonzalo Paramo created during his residency at ArtAmari in Crete in the fall of 2013, all inspired by tools and vessels used traditionally for the production of oil, seem to be in tune with the specific long-standing inquiries of his artistic expression: the search for the systems that develop between the designing and the material relations and the internal organization that sustains and brings them to life. The materials and tools he uses are simple – ‘primitive’, such as wooden surfaces, different sorts of paper, glue, rice paper, linos, acrylics, ink, cutters, chisel and rope, but it is exactly this material and gestural emphasis that characterizes his work that offers an elucidating example of the ways in which the mastery of his chosen artistic technique serves the successful materialization of his personal visions. The interdependence between the materials and the forms created is firm, as    Continue reading