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Renowned painter Giorgos Rorris (Γιώργος Ρόρρης) grew up in Kosmas and Vrodamas. He studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1982–1987) under P. Tetsis and Y. Valavanidis. He continued his studies at the National School of Fine Arts (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts) in Paris (1988-1991).
Giorgos Rorris’ painting has come a long way since 1988, when he has had his first solo exhibition, from landscapes to ‘landscapes of the soul’ - the nudes of today. Various techniques, numerous colours beneath the shades of grey, allow us to encounter the loneliness within and deal with it in a unique way. In the same way that the painter himself transforms greatness to simplicity, the everyday even malformed into a ‘silent being’ that allows, however, all the distressing cries of his creativity to be heard.