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Jun
18
Thu
Polis – Civilization, Private – Public space @ Ersi Gallery
Jun 18 @ 12:00 pm – Sep 12 @ 2:30 pm

Polis – Civilization, Private – Public  space

“Civilizationisthederivative (product) of the city, the style of individual and collective life, which emerges when collectivity succeeds in operating as a polis. The historical event as well as the meaning of polis wascreated by Ancient Greeks. It was created by their need, not just by their thought.

Poliswasneither an ephemeral creation of the Greeks’ common need that happened once nor afixed, established achievement. Itwasthedesideratum(the aim) of coexistence. With Greek polis, for the first time in history, thefulfilment of verity became theaim-objective-aspiration of collectivity. Verity does not mean correctnessofreasoning, principles or wordings, verity for Greeks was immortality–veritable is whatever does not wear, does not change, does not die.

Is there “anything” immortalinthehorizonofwhat humans may know, a “criterion of verity”? Yes, there is, replied the Greeks through the pen of Heraclitous. However, thereisnot “anything”, there is a way of being immortal – the way of administrating everything.

…So, polis is the daring enterprise-pursuit to make the collective coexistence of humans operate in the immortal way, the cosmic propriety way. Theaccomplishmentofthisgoalconstitutes the immortal and non-perishable beauty created by the people of polis;an achievement of existence “according to verity”. The enterprise of verity, as a result of polis, is called civilization.

…True creators in the field of Letters and Arts know that the endowment that has been given to them gives meaning to their existence.” *

     *excerpt from the article of Christos Yannaras//Kathimerini Newspaper, 17/05/2020

Based on the article of Christos Yannaras, I embrace the literalness of the article regarding the ideal city and the product of the city which is civilization produced by true creators. Amid a time when collectivity is affected, this exhibition aims to enable the collective coexistence of humans in the immortal way.

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Will be presented artworks of:S. Vassiliou,Κ. Grammatopoulos, Ch. Sgouromiti,Ν.Kalafatis, Ν. Kaskouras, Ν. Kessanlis, G. Lazongas, G. Lappas, Th. Manolidis, Τ. Marthas, Y. Migadis,Κ. Xenakis, S. Politi,P. Tatsiopoulos, A. Tsirogiannis, Thrafia, Μ. Fournaris, D. Chiotopoulos, Ν.Houtos.


General Info

Opening: Thursday June 18 , 2020 at 12:00

Duration: June 18 –  September 12, 2020

Operating hours: Monday – Friday 11:00am – 2:30pm & 5:30pm – 8:30pm,

Saturday 11:00am – 2:30pm



Ersi Galley

Address: 4 Kleomenous Street, Athens, Greece

Tel: +30 2107220231

Email: galersi@ath.forthnet.gr

Website: www.ersi.gr


Media Sponsor: KROMA Magazine


Jun
30
Tue
Summer breeze @ a.antonopoulou.art
Jun 30 @ 2:00 pm – Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm

Summer breeze

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art / Miltos Michailidis

Summer 2020 is already here along with the heat and the indolence. We are daydreaming, while our mind is traveling to summer destinations, thinking of the sun and the sea!

In this spirit we have created a pot-pourri exhibition of works where light, sun, colors, playing, the sea, the aura of carelessness dominate. Works in various different mediums, such as wood, sand, tempera, metal, prints, oils. 

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art / Mantalina Psoma / the house opposite, 150x170cm, 2002

This Summer breeze will present artworks by:

Nikos Alexiou, Nikos Arvanitis, Christos Athanassiadis, Valerios Caloutsis, Vlassis Caniaris, Manolis Charos, Bia Davou, Yannis Gaïtis, Michalis Kallimopoulos, Nikos Kessanlis, Haris Lambert, Yannis Maltezos, Miltos Michailidis, Leda Papaconstantinou, Mantalina Psoma, Alexandros Psychoulis, Stefania Strouza.


info

a.antonopoulou.art

Exhibition opens on Tuesday 30/06/2020

with extended opening hours 2:00 – 9:00 pm.

Exhibition duration: through 24/07/2020 & 02-26/09/2020

The gallery will be open on Wednesday – Thursday – Friday, 2:00 – 7:00 pm.

And will be closed for summer holidays on the dates 25/07 – 02/09

20 Aristofanous str., Psyrri, 105 54 Athens / tel. 210 3214 994

Following the instructions of the health authorities and with priority given to the public health and the safety of all of us, up to 17 people will be able to attend the gallery at the same time.

Communication sponsor: KROMA Magazine

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art / Michalis Kallimopoulos / Cars, 2019, 22x37cm

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art

KROMA / Summer breeze / a.antonopoulou.art / Valerios Caloutsis -Transformations 1973 mixed media 118×73 cm