Haralambos Katsatsidis designs monumental, expressive works where fluidity of figures predominates. His figures, deafening and extremely mysterious, are created and emerge through the flowing touches. He emphasizes the puzzling nature of humans and creatures, which he presents with codes and symbolisms. The work of Haralambos Katsatsidis is marked by fluidity, the transparency of surfaces and of the painted space, which is organized by sinewy, expressionistic, dominant lines. He places beautification under a critical lens, turning his attention far from what is ‘pleasing’, and crafting human and animal forms of gigantic proportions. Hidden in his paintings are symbols of pain, an inner tension, but at the same time the redemption of the soul.