Introduction
Chryssa Vardea-Mavromichali (Greek: Χρύσα Βαρδέα-Μαυρομιχάλη; December 31, 1933 – December 23, 2013) was a Greek American artist who worked in a wide variety of media. An American art pioneer in light art and luminist sculpture widely known for her neon, steel, aluminum and acrylic glass installations, she has always used the mononym Chryssa professionally. She worked from the mid-1950s in New York City studios and worked since 1992 in the studio she established in Neos Kosmos, Athens, Greece.
Wikidata
Q536197
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Nationalities
Greek, American, Parisian, French
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Chryssa, Chryssa Vardea-Mauromichaeli, Chryssa Vardea Mauromichalē, Chryssa Vardea Mavromichali, Varda Chryssa, Chryssa Vardea-Mavromichaeli, V. Chryssa
Ulan
500022002
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