The self-taught artist showcased her artwork in the exhibition “All you need is Greece in New York,” at the Opening Gallery, in Tribeca, New York. The exhibition ran from July 29th to September 8th, with the closing ceremony on September 7th. The reception, whose profits went to the nonprofit Luv Michael in support of adults with autism, was hosted by Greece in USA, an organization promoting contemporary and ancient Greek culture abroad. It was also held under the auspices of the Greek National Tourism Organization and the Greek Ministry of Culture. At the ceremony, guests from the diaspora gathered to honor Rovithi’s work, which aims to capture the essence of Hellenism. NGTV spoke with Rovithi to learn more about her impactful work and its influence on the omogeneia.