This exhibition FACES which is held at Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece, explores the estrangement of the individual, caught between the self, the perception of the self, and society, and the feelings of solitude and spiritual alienation that ensue.
Part of a collection project in progress, the exhibition SonicTime, speech/sound/silence brings together fifty five works from the collection of the National Museum of Contemporary Art, which focus on language, sound, music and silence as their common matrix.
"Sean Sully: Doric Order" will be Irish/American artist Sean Scully's first exhibition in Greece. The focus of the show will be six monumental Doric paintings that the artist has been making since 2009. Immense in scale and ambition the paintings have as their genesis the Doric principle which originated in ancient Greece.
The B. & M. Theocharakis Foundation for the Fine Arts and Music in Athens, Greece in collaboration with the Japanese Embassy in Greece present for the first time in Athens a unique exhibition, under the title "Winter Garden: JAPANESE MICROPOP - 14 Contemporary Japanese Artists".
The Hellenic Parliament Foundation presents the exhibition Music Education and Democracy in Classical Athens. The President of the Hellenic Parliament Mr. Filippos Petsalnikos opened the exhibition on March 1st, at 19:30 p.m. The exhibition captures music as a central element of forming human character, influencing state laws and rhythms of social life and, consequently, possessing a political dimension.
The National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens, Greece presents from June 20th until September 2nd 2012 the exhibition This is a poem, Visual Poetry Group 1981-2011. The exhibition is part of a series of historical exhibitions presented by the Museum and aims at the historical examination of the artistic activity of the Visual Poetry Group.