Current Exhibition

During meetings without interest, on the phone with an interlocutor who has many things to say, when you try to take a difficult decision, we tend to draw lines on any paper it happens to be in front of us.

This process is known as “doodling”, that is: to scribble, sketch … while thinking about something else. Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or composed of random and abstract lines, thoughtless drawings done to relieve boredom.”


Marios Camhis PhD

Born in Athens on 17/4/1946. Married with two children. Graduated from Athens College in 1965. Studied Architecture (1965 – 1970) at the National Technical University of Athens (Thomaides Prize). Continued his studies in London (1970-1972) at the Architectural Association (AΑ Dip Plan) and taught at the Planning Department (1972-1975).

All exhibitions

Disjointed Incrementalism

The Invisible Cities


Other paintings