AboutâWhatsoever it may be, thou shalt receive it. My treasures belong to thee. What is it that though wouldst have, Salomé?'. This passage by Oscar Wilde brings us to the heart of Alexandros Vasmoulakis' new work. Ferocious attractive women who cunningly exploit men are drawn out from the cosmos of Jeudo, Christian and ancient Greek mythology, and become central subject matter. Moving from his previous depiction of vigorous and dynamic reclining nudes that haughtily look back at the male viewer, the artist once again unleashes the forces that control the conflicting relationship between men and women and enhances the infamous personality of a femme fatale.'