“The Ocean’s March” 1988
1975 ∙ 1990
The university years in Italy, the stamp of the Renaissance
.… Giorgio Pol. Ioannidis has moved away from the accomplishments of other creators and leads a clearly personal way in which both graphic and abstract elements are combined: here his ideological background, the dynamic space, as well as the highlighted expressionistic, dramatic depictions play a vital role. It is essentially a type of painting in the framework of the recent quest of expressionism, which moves further in regard to the various types of distortions, the tension of the colour and the combination of colour and linear value.
Chrysanthos Christou 1991
Professor of Art History, University of Athens