Imar gallery is situated in the nicest square of Mykonos or the artists’ square, with plenty of multicolored boucamvilia trees, making the place very special . There, in the last decade, the gallery functions with the owner Alexander Simeonidis. The style and the concept of the gallery is to promote and highlight the contemporary Greek artists, painters and sculptor, through their work.

Alexander Simeonidis is an art lover and has a very keen interest on sculpture, having indulged in the spirit of art and believes in the specific traits and grace of the Greek artists as carrying the ancient Greek sculptors’ generous spirit of beauty.

The subjects available in the gallery are related to the nature, to the water world, rendered in a modern expression and as for the mixing of colors, the shades of sky, of sea and nature create unexpected changes of the topics During the whole summer, the operating period of the gallery, items and ideas change, giving the opportunity to art lovers or casual visitors to gain a strong experience.

Our Artistic Vision

The art disposed in IMAR gallery, is a fictional world ravishing the viewer into dreamlike worlds, real and transcendent, captured and contained on a canvas piece. The harmony and ideal is inextricably linked with the spirit of the artist who reflects his own universe. The artists succeed to relate their modern trends in harmony with the landscape.

The space of the gallery is a universe populated by small and large dimensions figures claiming from the beginning the visitors’ attention. There is a big variety of features and style figures carved by the Greek artists in such a way that works seem being released by the expected static sculpture, acquiring so a modern and optimistic art character.

The abundance of these artistic proposals creates an exciting game of lights and shadows, of dreamy and existent like composing a stage aspect Sculptures in bright colors which make up a surrealistic suggestion, rotate with those in more traditional trends by entering the visitor directly to the imaginary time evolution of the sculpture.