Documenta 14: From indigo sheep and frog rivets, to the ‘resistance’
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Documenta 14: From indigo sheep and frog rivets, to the ‘resistance’

DOCUMENTA 14 has tried in general to keep its events under wraps, although some have already made their way into the press, while press conferences have started to release certain nuggets of information (eg documenta 14’s collaboration with the Municipality of Athens and various venues around town, and its collaboration with the National Museum of … Continue reading

From ‘Rich Bitches’ to prizes at the Frissiras Museum
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From ‘Rich Bitches’ to prizes at the Frissiras Museum

THE FRISSIRAS MUSEUM in Plaka is hosting these days an exhibition which focuses on the contemporary figurative trends of our times in painting. ‘New Horizons of Painting Part 1: The identities of Others’ which runs till June, presents works from around the world, via which each artist deals with the notion of identity in his/her … Continue reading

In dialogue with Zoi Pappa: ‘Artwork is an idea, a feeling, a knowledge’
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In dialogue with Zoi Pappa: ‘Artwork is an idea, a feeling, a knowledge’

ZOI PAPPA has achieved what many young Greek artists are striving for these days: the growing appreciation and successful exhibiting of her work abroad. She just found out that she will be participating in the Arte Art Prize Laguna, taking place at the Arsenale of Venice (March 25 to April 9), about a month before … Continue reading

Five for February
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Five for February

Greek seascapes in focus The Greek sea has inspired many a Greek painter, and the Theocharakis Foundation’s new show, which will be inaugurated on February 15, pays homage to the many Greek artists who have created outstanding seascapes over the years. The exhibition comprises works from two most important collections – the National Gallery of … Continue reading