Athens Insider Summer 2020

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Stella Kapezanou: Baby one more time

WHAT: Stella Kapezanou’s surrealist, pop-arty, colour-soaked compositions with a highly stylized cast of characters makes its way to Evripides Gallery next week. She uses the same traits as in her other paintings, imaginative use of colour, references to art history, humour and so on, and yet, her characters seem terribly lonely, almost as if sinki...

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Sam Friedman’s Island at Dio Horia

WHAT: Sam Friedman's first solo show in Athens, Island, composed entirely of new paintings that focus οn the themes of landscape painting and natural phenomena. Strictly installed by color throughout the newly inaugurated Project Space, these paintings elicit a reaction similar to our reaction to music. Themes and motifs, colours and feelings appea...

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Αncient vibes in contemporary ceramics

WHAT: The first exhibition of "Mon Coin Studio", launched by Eleonore Trenado-Finestis, a French ceramist. This exhibition of 35 artists will cross the boundary between art and craft to show the influence of the past in modern ceramics. This work takes its roots in classical antiquity, the Minoan civilization, Cycladic art or even the works of prim...

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Charles Sandison’s The Garden of light

WHAT: Charles Sandison's extremely timely exhibition, "The garden of light", highlights the dissonance of our current political reality and our fraught relationship with the environment, identity, morality and memory. He uses interwoven video projections and large screens to immerse the audience in a digital glow. “At the centre of my works is ‘sim...

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Takis: Sculptor of Magnetism, Light and Sound

WHAT: An exhibition, in collaboration with Tate Modern, on Takis (Panayiotis Vassilakis, 1925–2019), the legendary conceptual sculptor, who pa seed away last year. The exhibition was conceived by the renowned UK critic and close friend of Takis, Guy Brett, and Michael Wellen, Curator, International Art, Tate Modern. Takis looked for essential poetr...

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Athens Photo Festival

WHAT:  The Athens Photo Festival presents a selection of more than 100 projects, from all over the world exploring diverse cultural, artistic, social and political perspectives. The Festival welcomes a wide variety of works from all the image-based genres, ranging from fine art and conceptual to documentary and photojournalism, photo-based installa...

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