Anna Filini is an architect and a painter. She was born in Athens and studied Architecture at the Milan Polytechnic University, where she lived for six years and then for five years in West Berlin. She took the first drawing classes next to the painter Eleni Zongolopoulou. In Milan she attended the free workshop on nude of Brera Fine Arts Academy. In addition to Greece and Cyprus she has visited archaeological sites, museums and exhibitions in several cities of the central, northern and western Europe, Egypt, China, Cuba, Turkey, Canada.

LES FLEURS DU MAL, Charles Baudelaire

The 15 drawings I painted in 2000 with Indian ink and watercolors include thereon 15 poems from “Les Fleurs du Mal” by Charles Baudelaire,  handwritten in their original language, while...

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The work (2010-2012) is a frieze – a tetraptych oil on canvas painting with an overall dimension of 8,40 x 1,00 m. It refers to the contemporary history, beginning in...

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I have been constantly painting for years now the masses of the littoral rocks of the Aegean sea either with oil or with watercolors on my summer diaries. My latest...

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From Cavafy’s world

During fifteen years I created three unities of works on Cavafy’s poetry. The 2005 paintings the lines of the poem “Ithaca” and express the feelings and the emotions during the...

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Daniele Vitale, Professore ordinario di Architettura presso l’Università Tecnica di Milano

Anna Filini, la reinvenzione pittorica di una rivoluzione MOSTRE. In Grecia, alla Pinacoteca Comunale di Ioànnina, visitabile fino al 25 giugno Daniele Vitale «il manifesto», anno LII, n. 112, mercoledì

GEORGE MANGINIS, Academic Director, Benaki Museum

The parallel paths of word and image have often fascinated historians of both art and literature. Consequently, they have been explored in many exhibitions at the Benaki Museum as well