Shop windows all around the neighbourhood of Exarcheia become showcases for a large photography exhibition organised by Balkan Can Kino, a self-organised and collectively-run project promoting cinema and art education. The exhibition 'Balkans Today. The present of a wounded landscape' is curated by Evi Stamou and Pinelopi Thomaidi and presents the work of 26 photographers from 12 countries. Using life in the Balkans as a starting point, the exhibition seeks to reveal differences and similarities amongst Balkan nations, in an effort to promote collaboration and unity in the face of increasing xenophobia and nationalism.
Visitors can pick up a map from any of the spaces participating in the exhibition, or download the map here. There are also two free guided tours on Thursday and Friday at 17:45, for which booking is necessary at email@example.com. For more information and the full list of participating spaces and artists visit the official Balkan Can Kino website.