Eozen Agopian: Passages
Presented by Casimir Effect
Passages is an exhibition of Mixed medium works by New York- and Athens-based artist Eozen Agopian.
Agopian incorporates techniques of drawing, painting, sewing and weaving to create visual parallels between rational and cosmological worlds; through constructing and deconstructing, layering and erasing, scraping and marking, unraveling, and reconnecting.
About the Artist
Eozen Agopian is an artist of Armenian descent born in Athens, Greece. She received her Master of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute and her Bachelor of Fine Arts (magna cum laude) from Hunter College, as well as an Associate Degree in Graphic Design from F.I.T.
Agopian has had numerous solo exhibitions at galleries and cultural institutions including Eleftheria Tseliou Gallery, Athens; the Greek Consulate in New York, Fox Gallery, NYC; Kaplanon Galleries, Athens; and Michael Walls Gallery, San Francisco.
Her work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally in Greece, France, Italy, Germany, China, Russia and the United States, including Shiva Gallery at John Jay College, NY; Hellenic American Union; AAW Gallery; Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete; Thessaloniki State Museum of Contemporary Art, Greece; Freud’s Dream Museum, Russia; Lesley Heller Workspace, NYC; and Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY.
She was recently awarded a studio on Governors Island in New York by Triangle Arts Association, and she divides her living and working time between New York and Athens.
About Casimir Effect
Casimir Effect is an artist-run collaborative project space/time/mattering.
More about Casimir Effect here: https://casimireffect.org/