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The Artistic Universe of Martha Kollia: A Journey Through Colors and Shapes

Martha Kollia, an accomplished artist born in Komotini and currently residing in Corinthos, has cultivated an illustrious career in the realm of visual arts. Graduating from Senior High school, Martha exhibited early promise in the arts, laying the foundation for her subsequent academic pursuits.

Her formal education culminated in a degree from the Borgia’s School of Fine Arts. This educational journey underscored Martha’s commitment to the mastery of her craft and the development of her artistic voice.

Martha actively participated in several group exhibitions alongside the School of Fine Arts at the Cultural Center of P. Faliro, leaving an indelible mark on the collective artistic discourse. Her graduating dissertation artworks received acclaim and were showcased in a group exhibition at “Melina Merkouri” in Athens from October 1 to October 10, 2021, attesting to her artistic prowess and the recognition of her peers. Noteworthy among her projects is “Greece: A Sea Queen,” a significant undertaking that secured her participation in a group action organized by the Municipality of Athens in collaboration with Athens Voice in the exhibition titled “200 Years Since the Greek War of Independence. And Then?”. She also took part in the physical exhibition of artworks in Technopolis, Gazi, in the beginning of 2022.

Martha’s artistic vision extended to diverse venues, including the Alexandrio Conference Center in Loutraki, the Chili Art Gallery in Athens (January 2023), Luminys Eye in Athens (June 2023), and the Free Art Space in Derveni Korinthias (July 1, 2023, to October 30, 2023, under the auspices of the International Action Art Organization for UNESCO). Themes ranged from “Alkyonides” to “The Tree”, reflecting her versatility and thematic depth.

She further participated in a group exhibition under the authority of the International Film Festival in the Peloponnese, themed “Bridges,” running parallel with the festival, focusing on the captivating subject of fimßmaking in Corinth.

For inquiries and further engagement, Martha Kollia can be contacted at the phone number 6976-795347 or via email at marthakollia123@gmail.com.

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