Green Project “Platypus Trail” Photo Exhibition @ Michael Cacoyannis Foundation
Jun 5 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 1 @ 5:30 pm

Platypus trail: Melbourne – Perth

Green Project in Australia:

Renewable energy sources, Biosphere stocks of UNESCO and Aborigines


KROMA/Platypus Trail


“We are not owners of our world, we are part of it”
– Quote of Aborigines

The photographic report of a life experience.

Green Project organization presents, within the context of Athens Photo Festival 2019, from 5th of June until the 1st of September 2019, the original photographic material that managed to select during the special environmental journey that took place along the summer of 2019 in Australia, from Melbourne to Perth, celebrating the World Environment Day.

The exhibition reflects the coexistence, within the Biospheres of UNESCO, of the modern facilities of renewable energy sources (RES) and the traditional “environmental knowledge” of Aborigines.

Participants: John Anastasopoulos, Kostis Vardas, Santi Vergitsi, Valeria Kaltezioti, Kassiani Kaltezioti, Vasiliki Kasoumi, Aggelos Katsaggelos, Dimitris Paterakis, Iasonas Tavlas, John Tzortzis and Katerina Harterou


KROMA/Platypus Trail 2


General Info

Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 5 June 2019 at 20:00

Exhibition Duration: 26th of June – 1st of September 2019

Exhibition Curator: Yannis Tzortzis RPS

Free Admissions

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Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

Address: 206 Peiraios Str., Athens 177 78

Tel.: +30 210 3418550




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Tender is the Night @ Cube Gallery
Jul 5 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 7 @ 9:00 pm

Tender is the Night

Art Project

KROMA / “Tender is the Night” by Bleeps, 51 x 36,5 cm, Mixed Media on paper

“Tender is the Night” by Bleeps, 51 x 36,5 cm, Mixed Media on paper


The summer 2019 epilogue for Cube Gallery is the project Tender is the Night. The title of the art project is borrowed from the darkest, but at the same time the most real of Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s novels, as it includes a lot of autobiographic details, with an alcoholic hero like the writer and a female character with mental issues, like his wife Zelda.

KROMA / Αλέξανδρος Μαγκανιώτης

Αλέξανδρος Μαγκανιώτης


Many interesting elements are found in the writing, in the concept but also in the author’s stimulus. At some point of the book we read: Strange children should smile at each other and say, “Let’s play.”, a phrase which gives us the style and the mental state of its creator. It’s not, also a random fact, that the title comes from a poem of John Keats “Ode to A Nightingale”, as for Fitzgerald, Keats was not only his inspiration, but he used to write his novels with the copy of Keats by his side.

KROMA / Βασιλική Πανταζή

Βασιλική Πανταζή

Among others, we can see that history ends up describing a whole generation, the lost generation of the Interwar period, through the glamorous pair of its protagonists. A story that is tender but at the same time tough, a world of a pernicious prosperity and a looted idealism. Ernest Hemingway closes the description of Tender Is the Night, with the phrase “The writing of Fitzgerald is so natural, just like the shape that is left on the dust by the wings of a butterfly”.”

KROMA / Βασίλης-Καρακατσάνης

Βασίλης Καρακατσάνης

Participating artists: Bleeps, Brendan Kelly, Nikos Vatopoulos, Anna Karatza, Vassilis Karakatsanis, Nikos Kryonidis, Sofia Kyriakou, Despina Konstantinou, Andreas Lyberatos, Alexandros Maganiotis, Eleanna Martinou, Ismini Bonatsou, Nikolaos Panagiotopoulos, Vassiliki Pantazi, Gefso Papadaki, Xenofon Papaefthimiou, Sophia Paraskevopoulou, Constantinos Patsis, Voula Ferentinou.

KROMA / Νίκος Βατόπουλος

Νίκος Βατόπουλος

Liana Zoza, the curator of the project Tender is the Night, writes:“Tender is the Night, is the swan song of Fitzgerald, who although, is considered one of the biggest writers of the 20th century and one of the most important representative of the American “Lost Generation”(term that is given to Gertrude Stein) with fellow travelers, like Ernest Hemingway, his novels can be count on the fingers of one hand. The man who declared: ”Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy”, he only show published  four of his novels before he suddenly died at the age of 44 from cardiac arrest.

KROMA / Βούλα-Φερεντίνου

Βούλα Φερεντίνου

Opening: Friday 5 July 2019, 20.00

Duration: 5 July– 7 September 2019

Exhibition Opening hours: 

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10.00 – 14.00 & 18.00 – 21.00

Wednesday, Saturday 10.00 – 14.00  

Sunday, Monday closed

Cube Gallery

Address: 39, Miaouli street. 26222, Patras, Greece

Tel: 2611110069




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