Exhibitions

March 2013

Anna Bolena: Costume Designs by S.Lazarides

One of the most striking, and possibly most influential, opera designers in Britain during the last 30 years. Working throughout Europe, but especially at English National Opera (ENO) during the 1980s, he created bold, theatrical, argumentative designs. "I never start from the visual," he said, "the stage picture has to follow from the idea, as an inevitable consequence of it."

Born to a Greek family in Dire-Dawa, Ethiopia, Lazaridis was educated in Addis Ababa and Geneva. He came to London in 1962 to attend business school, but instead studied design at the Central School of Speech and Drama. His first professional design was for Tennessee Williams's Eccentricities of a Nightingale (in Guildford, Surrey, in 1967), and his first opera a pulsating Carmen for director John Copley at Sadler's Wells Opera, north London, in 1970.
Paintings purchased in monthly exhibitions receive a complimentary 10% discount.


Costume Design
Available

Costume Design

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Design
Available

Costume Design

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Designs
Available

Costume Designs

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Designs
Available

Costume Designs

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Designs
Available

Costume Designs

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Designs
Available

Costume Designs

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Designs
Available

Costume Designs

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

Costume Designs
Available

Costume Designs

Stefan Lazarides

Greek

Unknown Date

Works on Paper: Mixed Media

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