(Self Portrait)", 1988
Pastel on velvet paper, 52Χ42 cm.
Inv. No.: P-48
Mixed technique on plywood, 35Χ25 cm.
Inv. No.: P-112
Stone Found", 1996
Mixed technique on canvas, 146Χ120 cm.
Inv. No.: P-113
Facts and Gestures", 2001
Mixed technique on canvas, 80Χ80 cm.
Inv. No.: P-149
Born in Alexandria (Egypt),
(Cangelaris-Bergerat) settled with her family in Athens (1961), where
she took lessons on graphic arts and studied painting with Antonis
Apergis. In 1975 she moved to Montreux (Switzrland), where
continued her studies in painting with Max Dissar and Bernard Blanc
(later her second husband).
She had her first solo
exhibition in Montreux
(1988). Other solo and group shows
followed both in Switzerland and Greece.
She has illustrated posters
and stage scenery. She was awarded with the 1st Prize of the
Forum Committee (1998), in Montreux. In the limits of
and depictive painting, her work is distinguished by a strong symbolic
character. She is the sister of diplomat and collector
D. Cangelaris. She is actually living and working in Trey
Reflections upon Greek Contemporary Painting, The Cangelaris