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EXHIBITION
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
By Harry van Versendaal
Sofia-born artist Nikola Mihov has been documenting the fate of communist-era public monuments scattered around his homeland for the last few years, amassing a growing body of images and text.
 INSIDE LIFE
For its reopening exhibit, Municipal Gallery focuses on history of the capital
The reopening of the Athens Municipal Gallery on Koumoundourou Square, one of the city center’s more neglected corners, was one of...
EXHIBITION
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
“Searching for information on something that happened in Bulgaria 30 years ago is much like being an archaeologist collecting evid...
Nude sculptures of ancient Greeks dazzle in British Museum exhibition
The nude sculptures of the ancient Greeks depict what they believed to be the perfect human form, and the results still dazzle and...
Mary Katrantzou wins 2015 BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund
Greek-born, London-based fashion designer Mary Katrantzou has won this year’s BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund, the British Fashion...
New generation embraces the evzone, cliches and all
Before the economic crisis, the only place you’d see the emblematic Greek evzones – the fustanella-clad, pom-pom-toed presidential...
Bob Wilson recreates artworks with Lady Gaga as his subject
“Don’t ever let a soul in the world tell you that you can’t be exactly what you are.” This, in a nutshell, sums up the philosophy ...
TDF17
The archaeology of the present
When digging up the past, you may unearth some ugly truths about the present. Georgia Karamitrou-Mendesidi, the central character ...
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CULTURE
Bob Wilson recreates artworks with Lady Gaga as his subject
 
Lady Gaga is the subject of a series of video portraits created by acclaimed American stage director and artist Bob Wilson which are on display at the Bernier/Eliades Gallery in central Athens.
DISTINCTION
Mary Katrantzou wins 2015 BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund
 
Greek-born, London-based fashion designer Mary Katrantzou has won this year’s BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund, the British Fashion Council announced on Wednesday.

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Cultural diary
 
ANALYSIS
GREECE-EU
Rift talk may be self-fulfilling prophecy
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
The Greek government has submitted the long-awaited list of reforms to the lenders but the initial signs do not point to an agreement anytime soon that could open the spigots of liquidity to the cash strapped economy.
EXHIBITION
ARCHITECTURE
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
By Harry van Versendaal
Sofia-born artist Nikola Mihov has been documenting the fate of communist-era public monuments scattered around his homeland for the last few years, amassing a growing body of images and text.
COMMUNITY
NORMAN ATLANTIC
Survivor and Philhellene
By Lina Giannarou
Erwin Schrumpf, from Austria, was one of the last passengers to be rescued from the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that went up in flames on December 28 while traveling from Greece to Italy. He was going back home after running another aid mission to Greece.
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