NEVER BELOW ZERO
15/12/2018 - 24/12/2018
Friday 14 December 8.00-11.00pm
15-24 December: 4.00-9.00pm
Ink on the making, Filoktitis Veinoglou, date tbc
Nana Sachini, artist talk , date tbc
Snehta Christmas party – 22/12, 20:00
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Never Below Zero, is a group exhibition of thirty-five Greek and international artists. The exhibition takes place at Snehta just before the celebration of Christmas in Greece, during the winter time that temperature never gets below zero! Well known, established artists who get inspired from the contemporary cityscape and the old urban neighbourhoods around it, present their work in an exhibition that takes the shape of a collective project. Snehta Residency becomes for ten days a contemporary salon. Works exhibited include paintings, collage, sculptures, constructions, micro sculptures and artistic objects. The exhibition Νever Below Zero is a visual happening during which the works of established artists will be available for the first time and only for a few days at a surprising price!
The exhibition supports Snehta’s main residencies programme – running since 2012 – as well as its new educational programme “SCULPTURE SCHOOL”, commencing in January 2019. Together with the exhibition, Snehta will be launching an original patent: A unique ink for artists! Based on a traditional recipe with pure ingredients created from Snehta’s chemist! With the support of Outset Greece.
Artists: Antonakis, Irini Bachlitzanaki, Romain Best, John Bicknell, Amalia Charikiopoulou, Aristea Charoniti, Lily Chasioti, Eri Dimitriadi, Ioanna Gouma, Steve Harvey, Chris Hawtin, Eva Ísleifsdóttir, Rania Kapeliari, Irini Karayannopoulou, Dimitra Kousteridou, Lucille Leger, Vasiliki Lefkaditi, Eleanor Lines, Theodora Malamou, Nikos Mantzios, Alkistis Mavrokefalou, Christina Mitrentse, Despina Nissiriou, Pantelis Pantelopoulos, Vasilis Papageorgiou, Nefelie Papadimouli, Sofia Papapolizou, Iris Plaitakis, Dimitris Protopapas, David Sampethai, Joseph Stokes, Anastasia Zoi-Souliotou, Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki, Giorgos Tserionis, Augustus Veinoglou, Sebastian Boulter
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