Mike Kelley: The Dark Side of the Toy
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Mike Kelley: The Dark Side of the Toy

AN ABANDONED, muddied ragdoll lying outside the school my daughter goes to, was an ironic reminder that I would be seeing some more stuffed toys in the evening, at the Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art. And no, not in the shape of Cycladic figurines, but those that artist Mike Kelley had gathered from thrift shops … Continue reading

Seferis in the spotlight at the Theocharakis Foundation
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Seferis in the spotlight at the Theocharakis Foundation

  POETRY AND ART join forces in an outstanding exhibition at the B&M Theocharakis Foundation, which pays homage to Greek poet and Nobel Laureate George Seferis. The exhibition entitled ‘When the light dances, I speak farely. George Seferis and his poetry via painting and photography’, will be inaugurated on November 8 by the President of … Continue reading

Exploring sci-fi worlds at the Onassis Cultural Centre
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Exploring sci-fi worlds at the Onassis Cultural Centre

FROM Jules Verne to ‘Star Wars’, from ET to ‘Hunger Games’: Athens’ Onassis Cultural Centre (or OCC), has gone OTT on sci-fi these days, with its new exhibition ‘Science Fiction: A Journey into the Unknown’ (runs till Jan 14). The exhibition is complemented by a jam-packed programme of parallel events that explore this popular genre … Continue reading

Autumn’s Athenian art trek
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Autumn’s Athenian art trek

SPEND a breezy but bright October’s day in Athens visiting its many art exhibitions and you will discover a garden of artistic delights in the heart of the concrete city – ranging from the ancient to the contemporary. Here are ten (plus) of the Autumnal highlights:   An artistic aquarium Enter a fantastic polychromatic world … Continue reading

Artistic urbanism at the Cacoyannis Foundation
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Artistic urbanism at the Cacoyannis Foundation

‘Polis, Flows, Tensions’ is an exhibition that comprises the works of 30 contemporary artists, who work in different mediums and styles, but who all have dealt with the concept of contemporary urbanity/urbanism and how it has been shaped today. The life, behaviour/nature of modern-day city-dwellers and their relationships are explored. Patterns are found in everyday … Continue reading