Poet Kostas Anagnopoulos Shares His Favorite Artworks from Midnight Publishing Group Galleries
Kostas Anagnopoulos is a creative in every sense of the word.
Whether he is working to provide award-winning services to clients in the gift, home, jewelry, and personal-accessories industries, or teaching poetry remotely with Creative Growth in San Francisco, Kostas is a master at aesthetics.
After more than 20 years of working closely with visionary merchants and top retailers, Kostas opened Pidgin, a store in Oak Hill, New York, to sell the things that he loves, from antiques and old objects, to a selection of beautifully crafted new items.
We caught up with Kostas to hear about his bucket-list destination, what he’s read recently, and some of his favorite works available right now from Midnight Publishing Group Galleries.
Kostas’ Favorite Things
Movie: Daguerréotypes by Agnes Varda
Bucket-list destination: Easter Island
Artist: Florine Stettheimer
Food to eat for breakfast: Whitefish salad on a toasted bialy with red onion, capers, and a squeeze of lemon
Museum: The Kimbell Art Museum.
Book you’ve read recently: Days by Simone Kearney
Artist in your collection: Jack Whitten
Design object: Olfa touch-knife
Party favor: A book of contemporary poetry
Way to celebrate success: Nachos and orange wine
Top Gallery Picks
Parts of a World (1987)
Blue Basket (1939–42)
“Infinity Field-Lefkada” Series (1981)
Figure #26 (1970)
The Piers (Hudson River) (1975–86)
Untitled (Wing Figures) (1942–43)
James Van Der Zee
Broadway Delicatessen (ca. 1925)
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