I’ve forgotten what Fall might look like, 2021
Liquid acrylic on watercolour paper
About the Artist
Emi Avora (b.1979, Greece) is a London-trained and Singapore based artist. She has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad. Solo projects include the National Theater of Greece Athens, South Square Arts Center, The Apartment Gallery, Athens, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York and Gallery Truebenbach and Cologne. She has participated in a number of group shows including Studio Voltaire, London, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, The Whitechapel Gallery, London and the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki. Her work can be found in private as well as public collections in Europe and the USA, including The Wonderful Fund collection and March collection. She has also been an Elizabeth Greenshields recipient and her work has been in various publications including ArtMaze Magazine, the New York Times, Future Now, Aesthetica Magazine and Defining the Contemporary and The Whitechapel in Association with Sotheby’s. Her paintings are marked by an emphasis on colour, line and Grecian influence. Emi lives and works in Singapore.