by Andrew Polyviou
The Hellenic Centre, Marylebone, London, W1U 5AS
Andrew Polyviou is a British born creative architype who cordially invites you to partake in the principle mythos of his avant-garde mix media approach to self-actualisation.
After a traumatic personal encounter, a dramatic change of life occurred in June 2014 when Andrew was diagnosed with cancer and depression, while chemotherapy left him with permanent nerve damage in his fingers.
Six years on, we encourage you to take a journey through Andrew’s creative expressions, inspired by Art Therapy; a vehicle in aiding his physical and mental recovery.
His method is to raise and evoke his collective awareness, as he sets out to express the essence of what it means to create from within.
The Londoner’s fascination of his ancestral Cypriot roots has led him to many discoveries about; not only the Mycenaean Greeks who settled in Cyprus, but those from Arcadia.
On the 2nd to 25th June 2020, The Hellenic Centre, Marylebone, London, W1U 5AS, will display a collection of original oil paintings on stretched cotton canvases and will be available for purchase, with a proportion of proceeds going to selected charities.
'The Barbershop' Short Movie,
Premiered at the
Curzon Cinema, Mayfair, London on Saturday 21st September 2019
Andrew Polyviou of POLYART LONDON stars as main lead in the short movie, 'The Barbershop', written and directed by Monshur Alam, a former winner of the Guy Ritchie short movie awards
'The Barbershop' is a colourful, larger than life and deliciously darkly humoured drama piece which uses comedy in order to address powerful themes which touch upon the human condition.
The key themes running throughout the film are of; friendship, community, love, fear and diversity.
All of which come together to address the overall key question - What is it to be a Londoner?
A Cast & Crew Screening was Premiered at the Curzon Cinema in Mayfair, London on Saturday the 21st September 2019
PROUD SPONSORS OF
POLYART LONDON are proud sponsors of Michael Georgiou, a professional snooker player from London, representing Cyprus.
We wish Michael the best of luck for the upcoming season!