Work as art

| February 11, 2013

The Cultivation of Tobacco, the monumental artwork created in 1960 by the husband-and-wife Greek engravers, Tassos (Anastasios Alevizos), and Loukia Maggiorou, is returning to Stavroupouli in Thessaloniki, according to a story by Nicky Mariam Onti for the Greek Reporter

The masterpiece shows men and women engaged in the cultivation and processing of tobacco in all its stages.

Last April, the work was said to have been transferred to the National Gallery for ‘maintenance, storage and protection’.

With the maintenance completed, it will join the collection of the State Museum of Contemporary Art.

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