VISUAL ARTS

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THE NEW YORK TIMES

Whether you are accustomed to building your social calendar around must-see art fairs or are still confused why an event named after the Swiss city of Basel sets Miami alight each year, the past year saw a seismic shift for the art world’s aficionados and casual observers alike. With the rise of the online art […]


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EDUCATION

The Athens School of Fine Arts presents a fascinating exhibition of original models made of recycled materials depicting how the school’s students envision the schools of the future.


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EXHIBITION

The Rhodes Museum of Modern Greek Art’s recent relaunch has put the spotlight on what is arguably one of the best collections of its kind in the country. 

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ONLINE

For his first solo show in Athens, London-based artist Luke Edward Hall has drawn inspiration from Greek culture, history and mythology, presenting a series of drawings, paintings and ceramics.


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CULTURE

The self-indulgent individualism of 1960s California, the youths splashing around in swimming pools in David Hockney’s iconic paintings seem like they anticipated a future in which the working class adopted all the trapping of middle-class pleasures.

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CULTURE

The painting is a feast of colors and allegories – the body of the Homeric hero shines under the light as he places three flowers on his bird cage-for-a-head. The ancient philosopher, dressed in a green tunic, is carrying three fish in his hand.



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WHAT'S ON

The chain reactions triggered by every one of our online actions and the limits of human existence in the digital world are the issues at the core of the virtual exhibition “Creatures in a Series of Tubes,” being hosted by the Onassis cultural center.

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WHAT'S ON

Making up for the Covid-prompted cancellation of its landmark exhibition “Takis: Sculptor of Magnetism, Light and Sound,” the Museum of Cycladic Art has created a microsite where the show’s Greek-English catalogue will be available for viewing.

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WHAT'S ON

Galvanized by the Black Lives Matters movement that has rocked America and other parts of the world, London-based artist Joy Labinjo makes her Athens debut with a solo show at The Breeder.


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WHAT'S ON

The B&M Theocharakis Foundation celebrates renowned artist Costas Tsoclis’ 90th birthday with an exhibition titled “Painting: Limits and Transgressions,” curated by Takis Mavrotas.