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Focus: Greek Art Scene: Nikolas Ventourakis at the Athens Photo Festival

Focus: Greek Art Scene: Nikolas Ventourakis at the Athens Photo Festival
Borderlines, Athens Photo Festival 2015.

art:i:curate artist Nikolas Ventourakis is among the artists participating in the exhibition 'Borderlines' as part of the Athens Photo Festival, the leading international festival of photography in Southeastern Europe.

 

Under the title "Reframing Memory" the Athens Photo Festival 2015 opened its doors last week at the Benaki Museum (Pireos St. Annexe) exploring the relationship between past and present, both experimental and mainstream, bringing together a wide range of artistic positions from emerging and established photographers based internationally. 

 

'Borderlines' is part of the festival's satellite exhibition programme and takes place at the House of Cyprus in Athens (Cultural and Educational Office of the Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus) aims to explore the various forms of boundaries, the challenges and limits which continuously define the world no matter who we are or where we live. In times of growing unres 'Borderlines' reflects different approaches of investigating in and around existing territories as well as ways of perceiving the unstable relationship between identity, territory and boundaries. These divided lines, invisible or visible, run across our globe, separating one area from another, where different forces meet in narrow areas, forming a marginalized territory, military areas, protective strips, refugees camps and no man’s land.

 

Curated by: Manolis Moresopoulos

Featured artists: Constantinos S. Constantinou (CY), Maria Gruzdeva (RU), Yaakov Israel (IL), Stelios Kallinikou (CY), Constance Proux (BE), Nikolas Ventourakis (GR)

 

Nikolas Ventourakis, Leaving Utopia-Untitled 01, 2013, c-type print, image courtesy of the artist.

 

 

Nikolas Ventourakis is a London-based artist. He holds a MA in Photography from Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London, London (2013). He is the recipient of the Deutsche Bank Award in Photography in 2013 and a Celeste Prize finalist of the same year. He is currently a visiting artist and Fulbright artist fellow at the California Institute of the Arts (2014/15). In 2014, he was exhibited at the Photographer’s Gallery in London as part of the exhibition 'Fresh Faced Wild Eyed'.

 

Last August, Nikolas Ventourakis' Motocross and Radars was one of the first works to be successfully funded through the art:i:curate art crowd funding platform. Find out more about how to become a patron of arts

 

Collect photography by Nikolas Ventourakis.



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