greek art

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Somewhere among the late responders stands the choreographer. While the dancer can improvise her response to a cataclysm on the spot, the choreographer must devise a language of movement that must first be conveyed to a dancer who in turn must convey it to an audience.
"Niki of Xanthi" is my first "sun" sculpture. It's an amorphous bas-relief on the wall of "the House of Shadow" in Xanthi, Greece.
As I walked up the familiar steps and entrance everything seemed as it had been during my time as a student. The inside, however, was quite different and the courtyard was bathed in light, still surrounded by some familiar artwork.
The evolution of ancient medical practices -- how the Greeks of the Homeric period linked sickness and disease with the supernatural, tying them to the wrath of the gods -- is what this new exhibition will be all about.
What brought me to Athens were things that many creative minds share: a never-ending curiosity, a need to broaden their understanding of the world, of their medium and of themselves.
Ruby Sky Stiler's current show, Inherited and Borrowed Types, is a chapter title excerpted from A Handbook of Greek Sculpture, a dusty old book she found at a yard sale years ago.