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By Eden Gallery,
Posted Aug 25, 2022 ,
In Art Blog, Exhibitions
Exploring the unconscious mind by connecting characters, styles, artists, and images of popular culture, Angelo Accardi illustrates surreal visions of everyday life under realistic backdrops of urban landscapes.
The contemporary artist visited the Eden gallery in Nammos, Mykonos, for another exhibition of his stunning artworks. The event allowed guests to be a part of Accardi's unique and inspiring vision reflected in his work.
Accardi's most recent appearance at Eden's Mykonos location included live autographs and signings. At the same time, guests enjoyed the whitewashed structures, cobblestone streets, and salty air surrounding the beautiful gallery, located in the heart of it all, just steps from the famous Psarou Beach.
The gallery consisted of breathtaking mountains against the Aegean Sea, along with a carefully curated collection of art from the exclusive Eden artist. During the exhibition, guests admired Accardi's larger-than-life artwork, such as the world-renowned, free-standing, ‘FUCK’ sculpture, while they enjoyed live music, drinks, and a delicious chef menu.
Accardi spent his time at the event mingling with his guests, allowing them to dive deep into his unique and vibrant contemporary art world. If you couldn't visit Angelo Accardi's artwork in Mykonos, explore the Eden Gallery website to view his latest collection, or visit your nearest Eden Gallery location today.
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