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Τετάρτη, 21 Αυγούστου 2013


Dimitris Kleanthis, from the "Caldera" series. ©Kleanthis

Aegeanale in collaboration with the Athens International Airport presents the photo and video art exhibition Aegean Experienced, from July 4th to October 30th 2013 at airport’ s  “Art and  Culture” exhibition area at Arrivals level (entrance 1).

Yiorgis Yerolymbos, Oitylo, dawn, 2013. ©Yerolymbos

Aegean Experienced

The Aegean Sea, as every sea, is not characterized so much by its consolidated qualities as by its innumerous potentials. It is an archipelago that is continuously changing forms and, at its turn, forms the life that it embraces. It features though an additional peculiarity since it is bathed by the East Mediterranean light. Seven artists illustrate the way they experienced this conjunction, composing with their images a multi-perspectival transcendental narrative.

Participants: Stratis Vogiatzis, Yiorgis Yerolymbos, Dimitris Kleanthis, Costas Masseras, Thekla Malamou, Socrates Baltagiannis, Emmanouil Papadopoulos.

Curator: Stella Pekiaridi

Costas Masseras, from the "Salt" series. ©Masseras

True Romance

Aegeanale presents the new photo exhibition by Nikos Rakkas titled TRUE ROMANCE.
The exhibition takes place in premises of the brand new exhibition space LOVED of Paroikia, Paros island from August 1st to 23rd, 2013.

In his new project, Nikos Rakkas, brings again into life his favorite playmobil models from his personal collection!

This time the playmobils are the real-like romantic heroes which live next to us, in cities and in beautiful seas.

The photographer aims, as always, to play with different scales, in order to include his favorite figures in natural landscapes without any technical means.

A Man Called Sun ©Rakkas

Summer Ends ©Rakkas

 Everyman' s an island ©Rakkas


Aegeanale 2014 will take place on six Greek islands and features five international curators collaborating with six international artists.

The first AEGEANALE residencies will take place from May 15th – June 15th, 2014.

Following the end of the residency period on June 15th, 2014, an opening event will be held every two days to unveil and celebrate each site’s unique installation. These events will take place in conjunction with the local communities and feature special guests from the worlds of culture, business, media and politics, leading to a festival of Aegean culture.

Stay tuned. More info will follow soon.

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