"There are some things that are inevitable, as if they have already been written in some other past of ours. I remember when I was at the School of Fine Arts, I painted the floor in front of my classmates." And they remain forever. With this phrase, Alekos Fassianos begins his 1971 note in Zygos magazine, and continues to do so in painting. With curiosity, enthusiasm, but also the attitude of a young child. "I often cried, secretly, because I couldn’t understand what painting is. But I liked to apply a bright colour, a red or a blue to a large surface that represents something. " And what he depicts in his works - from the first cyclists who smoke with shuffled hair to the "waiting" in the arbitrary for a more comfortable tomorrow of the New-Hellenes and from the angels in love to the ancient gods and heroes - speak Greek,a miracle, everyone understands.