Pafos: Myth, History, Landscape
The exhibition is a tribute to the town of Pafos for the European honour that was attributed to it. The first objective was to present the landscape. From the landscape the exhibition leads to myths, with Aphrodite dominating as a symbol. The historical references go along with the myth.
Participating artists: Alexandros, Athina Antoniadou, Katerina Vavlitou, Marcos Venios, Chrysa Vergi, Marina Vernikou, Varvara Georgiou, Constantinos Yiannikouris, Katerina Yiannikouri-Yenikova, Christodoulos Galtemis, Aristotelis Demetriou, Christos Karas, Maro Kerasioti, Katia Kolefa, John Corbidge, Giorgos Kotsonis, George Kypris, Andreas Ladommatos, Costis Moudatsos, Vangelis Moustakas, Rafail Baikas, Angelos Panayiotides, Doros Partasides, Constantinos Rammos, Sotiris Sorogkas, Demetris Talianis, Costas Tsoklis, Christos Foukaras, Hambis, Andreas Charalambides, Michalis Charalambides, Andreas Charalambous.
Simultaneously, the “Ten Points of Vision” by Costas Tsoklis will operate in the area of Petra tou Romiou with full respect to the environment. The artist has also showcased other forms of artistic interventions in outdoor spaces in Greece and Europe. With this artistic proposal, which includes ten metallic installations of sculptural approach, the visitor is invited to participate in an artistic experience.
Rapporteur and curator of this double artistic event is Costas Serezis.
Inauguration: 19:00, Friday 19 May 2017
Exhibition Duration : 19 May 2017 – 30 July 2017
Opening Hours: 10:00 -13:00 & 16:00-19:00
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