Democracy: Contemporary Art Exhibition in Eptapyrgio
The works of the exhibition 'Democracy' aim to create a single installation that has content and contains complex images.
The starting point of the report is the restoration of the Republic in 1974, marking the end of a dark period for Greece.
The site in Eptapyrgio is evocative, as many dozens of democratic beliefs have been imprisoned here. That is why the creators focus on the concepts of history, memory and time.
George Alexandridis Annita Argyroiliopoulou Babis Venetopoulos Andreas Voussouras Manolis Giannadakis Leonidas Giannakopoulos, George Divaris Katerina Zafiropoulou Dimitris Zouroudi, Antigone Kavvatha Christos Kountouras, Theodore Lalos Thomas Lioutas, Alexander Manganiotis Panos Matthew, Dimitris Merantzas, Alexia Xafopoulou , Maria Panagiotou, Nikos Papadimitriou, Antonis Papadopoulos, Konstantinos Patsios, Eleni Pavlopoulou, Natasa Poulantzas, Xenis Sachinis, Dimitra Siatherli, Stergios Stamos, Nikolas Sfikas, Vicky Tsalama Giorgos Tserionis, Kostas Tsolis, Kostas Christopoulos, Elli Chrysidou
Coordination of the exhibition: Giorgos Skiadaresis, Deputy Head of EPHATH
Editor-in-Chief: Yannis Bolis, CCMS Editor, Art Historian, Aikaterini Koussoula, Archaeologist EFAPOT, Dr. Historian of Art
Exhibition partners: Zachi Al Sayyah, Architect of EFAPOT, Andreas Stagos, Archaeologist of EFAPOT, Nikolas Sipka, Art Exhibitor EPHATH
Organization - Production: Ephorate of Antiquities of the City of Thessaloniki
Cooperation: State Museum of Contemporary Art
Support: Directorate of Culture and Tourism of the Municipality of Thessaloniki
Main article photo: Natasha Poulanza, Nikephoros Lytras-November 1973 Encounters, 2018, archival digital printing, 20 x 30 cm.
Date: From: 26/07/2018 To: 30/09/2018
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 8.00-15.00 (Isolation Cells) Monday - Friday 11.00-14.00 (Towers P2, P3, P5, Isolation Cells)
| Saturday - Sunday: 8.00-15.00 (Isolation Cells)
Location: Eptapyrgio / Towers P2, P3, P5, Isolation Cells, Thessaloniki
Tickets: Free entrance
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