“The_Dreamer” @Occupy Atopos

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Occupy Atopos #The_Dreamer exhibition has been extended until Thursday, July 14 due to its success. On the occasion of its completion a finissage party will take place in Atopos’ yard on the same day.

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About the exhibition 

While participating in the Occupy Atopos artist residency The Dreamer redefined the UNLOCKED exhibition and its subject through his distinctive, colorful, pop style and transforms the Atopos cvc building into his personal dreamland. Using the aluminum offset printing plates of the UNLOCKED publication as his canvas the Greek artist attempts to remould the  premises of Atopos cvc with his unique artistic approach.

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About the artist

The_Dreamer, aka Sotiris Trechas, is a young, multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Athens. While studying in Paris he was assigned by his university department to set up a group photo exhibition on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower and this is where his work has been exhibited internationally for the first time. Since then he has participated in numerous group exhibitions in galleries and cultural organizations in Greece as well as abroad (Ileana Tounta, CAN gallery, CAMP! etc.), he has created the Dreamer label that includes limited edition tees and objects and, as a photographer, he has collaborated with various international media and fashion brands. In 2013 he co-founded Neon Raum, a photographic studio – showroom for emerging designers, in the heart of Athens, while in autumn of 2015 he published his book – portfolio DREAM COLOR, which can be found in selected places such as the Reina Sofia Museum shop in Madrid and the MACBA shop in Barcelona.

The Dreamer artworks aravailable for sale during the exhibition.

Exhibition Days & Hours
Extended until July 14th 2016. Open every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11:00-19:00. The rest of the week by appointment; please call +302108838151

More info: atopos.gr

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