These site-specific installations in Athens invite visitors to explore how technology continues to shape, affect, and impact the human experience.
Previously by nomination only, the ARCAthens fully-funded residency is now open to all.
The long-term loan could “open the way for a similar agreement with an act of approval by the British Parliament,” said the Acropolis Museum’s director.
Other archaeological sites have also closed while authorities battle with dozens of conflagrations around Athens.
Apply to The School of Infinite Rehearsals by February 26 for the chance to explore themes of governance and economy in this collaborative interdisciplinary program.
The carved head of Hermes was built into a drainage duct.
Apply by April 24 to the open call for The School of Infinite Rehearsals.
Adrián Villar Rojas’s new installation at the National Observatory of Athens prompts thoughts about how far we should dive into the depths of our own past.
For his project, artist Aboubakar Fofana dyed the coats of 54 sheep with indigo and brought them from Mali to the Greek capital.
In an act of protest against the German quinquennial, the group Lgbtqi+ Refugees in Greece has rock-napped Roger Bernat’s sculptural replica of an ancient monolith.
As documenta opens for the first time in Athens, Greek artists and anthropologists are closely observing how the German quinquennial will respond to its new location.
“Come to me, O Paean, and bring with you the true oracle,” reads the inscriptions in an oracle well used to communicate with the Olympian god Apollo that was recently discovered in Athens.