opts for poetry rather than politics when making a hearty declaration
of independence from anaemic bureaucracies designed to drown human
experience in redundant activity and obscure, meaningless, details.
With close relational ties to the geographies and cultures of France,
Greece, Italy and Cyprus, Michaeledes seems particularly immune
to nationalising art history politics - the politics of the grinding
image machine. His colours are pungent, limpid and fresh. His soft
geometries are neither conceptualist studies of next year's fashion
trends nor scientific anologies to biblical tales."
A. Greenstein - Los Angeles 1966
AICA (International Association of Art Critics)