Athens Eyes by Athens Intersection

03/12/2017

Athens is the focal point of global publicity. Diverse aspects of the city are portrayed through conflicting images that are difficult to interpret, as the terms “Beautiful" and "Ugly" challenge our everyday aesthetics. A false sense of laxity and comfort is in effect a misfigure of reality, normalizing illegitimacy and the paradox of abnormality. As a result, the most bizarre and engaging images develop.

Artists use the medium of photography to depict the paradoxal oddity and rash development of our aesthetic surroundings. Images, animated and still, opt to suggest a different perspective by means of emphasizing issues that currently may leave the viewer indifferent.

What is there to be interpreted? What do we discard? We keep it all.

Participating artists: Dimitris Athanitis, Christos Chryssopoulos, Yiannis Grigoriadis, Konstans Zafeiri Inlenso, Yiannis Isidorou, Nikos Kapiris, Nicholas Karathanasis, Leftheris Plakidas, Aris Roupinas, Yiannis Sinioroglou, George Striftaris.

Curated by: Georg Georgakopoulos

Opening: Wednesday, November 29, 20:00
Duration: November 29 – December 13, 2017
Visiting hours: Wednesday - Friday 17:00 - 21:00, Saturday 13:00 - 16:00

Old Paper Warehouse
3 Chrysospiliotissis Str.
105 60 Athens

Athens Eyes is part of the Athens Intersection Cultural Program.

Athens Intersection curated by: Georg Georgakopoulos, coordinated by Fotini Kapiris, Performance series curated by: Thanos Vovolis.