Human in Space / Dimitris Chalkiadakis
Dimitris Chalkiadakis presents his first solo exhibition at ABOUT: organized as part of the Athens Photo Festival 2011. The photographer presents works which document and explore the relationship between human presence and space, through a 12 year course.
November 22nd 2011– January 14th 2012
admission free
Katerina Mertzani is presenting her 10th solo exhibition at ABOUT: The artist is presenting works on illustrated paper worked with glitter paint and gold dust, using collage from news photographs.
October 14th – November 19th 2011
admission free
Seven visual artists present and critically review the “masks” of pleasure and the boundaries between its essential meaning and the theatricality that sometimes accompanies its manifestations. At the same time, drawing from humans’ relation to nature and the notion of collectivity within a societal context, the artists juxtapose their counter-suggestions regarding pleasure’s fake existence. Curator: Margarita Kataga
Thursday 16th of June - 9th of July 2011
admission free
Nina Pappa // Intermediate Times
The theme of the works is waiting times in public urban spaces. An archive of photographs, drawings and videos of dialogue transcript is on display. They are the result of a three year long research which took place in the specific environments.
Thursday 10th of March - 7th of May 2011
admission free
INBETWEEN project 1999 - 2010
An experience on the Internet, in Art, in the composition and the interconnection through a platform that links the real with the virtual space.
14 – 20 February 2011
admission free
Darwin's dummy and five more stories // Teta Makri
Teta Makri, is a predominantly canvas painter. However, she often uses other media, specifically photography, video, installation and digital print, when she considers that this is required by the core of her artistic venture.
20 January – 12 February 2011
admission free
Yannis Kondaratos
ABOUT: hosts Yannis Kondaratos’ third solo exhibition. In twenty and more oil paintings the artist’s face takes the place of the symmetrically composed symbolic and biomorphic elements of his previous large canvases.
25 November 2010 – 15 January 2011
admission free