Houstonia magazine profiles artist Joni Zavitsanos’ Houston gallery opening

International artist Joni Zavitsanos’ Jan. 23 – Feb. 5 show “My Father’s Daughter: Byzantine Art in the Modern World” is featured in a Houstonia magazine story by Holly Beretto called “New MATCH Exhibition Showcases a Modern Twist on Byzantine Iconography.” Ms. Zavitsanos’ exhibit at MATCH Gallery in Midtown chronicles more than 30 years of her […]

Public Orthodoxy Features Review of Artist Joni Zavitsanos’ “Distant Relatives” Gallery Show  

In A Review of “Distant Relatives: Ancient Imagery of the Classical Pagan Past and Modern Byzantine Icons” published by Public Orthodoxy on the Fordham University website, the author explains how the holistic message of international artist Joni Zavitsanos’ exhibit is that “God is perfect love, we are imperfect, but He can make us perfect.”  Reviewer Kassandra Ibrahim focuses on […]

Artist Joni Zavitsanos Interviewed by NYC Public Radio Station

International artist Joni Zavitsanos was interviewed by radio reporter Alex Parker of WFUV radio station about her exhibit at Fordham University’s Museum of Greek, Etruscan and Roman art titled, “Distant Relatives: Ancient Imagery of the Classical Pagan Past and Modern Byzantine Icons.” The reporter noted that having this exhibit of contemporary art shown next to […]

Interview with artist Joni Zavitsanos featured on VoyageHouston

Online Houston culture magazine VoyageHouston, featured international artist Joni Zavitsanos in a Q and A interview about her art called “Meet Joni Zavitsanos.” Here is the interview: Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours? Growing up, I was greatly influenced by my father, renown Byzantine Iconographer Diamantis Cassis. Unlike most […]