Booze Cooperativa along with The Crafts Factory organize The Booze Market. It is a kind of Bazaar where people will present their creations like, jewlery, clothes, accessories or food. The Booze Market will be held at Booze , at 57 Kolokotroni st. Athens Greece, starting from this week – end 29 / 30/ 01 and 5/6, 12/12, 19/20/02.
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” Under the Bridge ” is the basic part of the annual photo festival in Athens, Greece. The festival is a continuation of the International Month of Photography which takes place in September. The APhF :10 exhibition is held at the Esplanade Building . Besides the photo exhibitions the festival also include, lectures,educational programs, volunteer center etc. For more information check : PhF:10
yesterday I visited the Herakleidon Museum, at Thissio, Athens, Greece. I saw an exhibition of Edvard Munch’s works, there were about 80 works from the collection of the Tel Aviv Museum. Munch was a Norwegian artist and a pioneer of the Expressionist movement. He was born in the village of Adalsbruk and grew up in Oslo and from his early years of life he faced death and sadness. His mother died from tuberculosis at the age of 30 and then his favourite sister Sophie dies too when Munch was 15. This tragedy is obvious at his works like The sick Child and influenced him for the rest of his life. Munch travelled and worked much at Berlin and Paris. He believed that the paintings should reflect living and breathing people (although I ‘m not quite sure of that with all of this depression and death on his works) and not be and just pretty faces with extreme details. He was more interested in feelings , in expressing his own feelings through his paintings. He also had an obsession with women and their hair. He liked painting women with long long hair often holding men with their hair. The thing I liked about the exhibition was that they did not rely on his most famous and known painting , The Scream. Actually the title of the exhibition is “Edvard Munch: Beyond the Scream”
Edvard Munch Museum
you can also check out the film about Edvard Munch,a biographical film about the Norwegian painter, written and diected by Peter Watkins.I personally haven’t seen it yet but if any one of you has send your impressions.
Another interesting exhibition is presented at the MoMa in New York. Abstract Expressionism. A powerful post world war II art movement emerged in the 40s and 50s in New York. A different style than the already existed, given by earlier artists such as Picasso, that offered a new expression in painting and in arts. The visitor will have the chance to see works of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline and others. The exhibition wil be held until April 11th, 2011. For more information you can check : MoMa
Thom Yorke (the radiohead) and Stanley Donwood (the band’s cover designer) have an excellent idea. They invite 2000 people to be part of a human king cnut type image. A kind of human statue. This will take place November 27th, 11.00 at Brighton. The specific action is a project of the Earth 350 campaign. Why not?? Learn more and be part of it!
An amazing exhibition on Henri Cartier-Bresson’s works is held at the San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art from October 30, 2010. (san francisco MOMA ). Bresson is concidered to be the master of modern photojournalism. He used 35 mm format and developed the street photography. No doubt, he is a great inspiration and influence for future photographers. The exhibition will be held until January 30, 2011. Don’t miss it!
The Bicycle Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary! It started in New York city founded by Brendt Barbur. A true celebration of urban movement and bicycle through film and music. The festival takes place in many countries all over the world. Athens, Greece now will be a part of it, as the Festival will be held in Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, 11-14 November 2010. People willl have the chance to watch films, like “The Birth of Big Air“. or ” The Line of Sight”, but they can also see a visual arts exhibition inspired by – what else ? – bicycle, called SPOKED!
Productions like these are more than welcome! For more information you can visit
Bicycle Film Festival
Michael Cacoyannis Foundation