‘Art and Creativity’ in Voula
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‘Art and Creativity’ in Voula

In a world that has endured so many changes due to the ongoing pandemic, it is interesting to see that artists and other creatives have certainly found this time to be productive for them. The exhibition ‘Art and Creativity’, organized by the Hypatia Cultural Society of Voula (with Ifigeneia Amorgianou as its President), at the … Continue reading

Code ‘B6’ for sport (with art)
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Code ‘B6’ for sport (with art)

SPORTS AND CULTURE: Do they mix? Well, they certainly come under the same umbrella when we’re talking about Greek ministries (Ministry of Culture and Sports). However, during Greece’s most recent lockdown period, culture was sorely missed, while sports activities were allowed, by using the ‘B6’ code, which notified the government of an individual’s right to … Continue reading

Between intuition and physicality
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Between intuition and physicality

AS AUTUMN in the city of Athens starts to unfold, some interesting art exhibitions set the scene: One of them is currently running at the FokiaNou Art Space, where the two-person show entitled ‘Unfolding’, joins the creative forces of Anastasia Denos and Grigoria Vryttia. The two artists present works that focus on bodies, spirits and … Continue reading

Fokianou’s castle of freedom
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Fokianou’s castle of freedom

CONTEMPORARY FREEDOM of expression versus the castle of tradition, at FokiaNou Art, where the group show ‘The Castro’ will open to the public on July 6. This new group show, curated by Mary Cox and Panagiotis Voulgaris, for which participating artists responded to an open call, presents a multifaceted perspective on what freedom and restriction … Continue reading

The link between art and dream
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The link between art and dream

DUE TO the pandemic, many of us have been left dreaming of situations that we would have preferred to have been in, which cannot be realized. Many of our activities were put on hold, and we could only imagine them in our mind’s eye. For the artists among us, however, they often became subject-matter for … Continue reading