Samos’un en güzel köylerinden birinde, Platanos’ta, Orizontas restoranı var.Köyün girişinde meydandan önce bulunur. Kisişel tarzı ile bir yerde, nefesi kesen manzaralı bir balkonda ve Yunan misafirperverliğini reklamını yapan bir ortamda Akdeniz yaratıcı mutfağının tadına çıkaracaksınız.
Art Space Pythagorion presents a solo show by artist Nevin Aladağ.
Titled Borderline, the exhibition will focus on the island‘s particular location, only eight hundred meters away from Turkish mainland, on the border between Europe and Asia. Through a set of video works, sound pieces and spatial interventions, temporalities such as borders and border transgressing, cultural identity and the notion of home, “proximity” and “distance” – which are anyway pertinent in Aladağ’s work – will be re-visited and discussed anew.
The official opening will be held in the presence of the artist on August 4, 2014 at 8 pm. After a prologue by the american poet and critic Quinn Latimer the reception will be opened.
Panel discussion: Wednesday, August 6, 8 pm
The panel participants are:
Prof. Ayhan Aktar, Istanbul Bilgi University, Institute of Social Sciences
Chus Martinez, Head of the Institute of Art, FHNW Academy of Arts and Design, University of Applied Sciences, Basel, Switzerland
Ingo Niermann, author, philosopher and artist, Berlin
Başak Doğa Temür, Assistant Exhibitions Director, Curator, ARTER, Istanbul
Adnan Yildiz, Artistic Director of Künstlerhaus Stuttgart
The discussion will be moderated by the curator of the exhibition, Marina Fokidis, Director of Kunsthalle Athena.
The event will be broadcast live as an audio stream and the link will be available from the official Art Space Pythagorion webpage.
All events will take place in the Art Space Pythagorion, in the harbour of Pythagorion.
The official opening and the panel discussion will be accessible to the public.
Daily from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. – 12 p.m.
Admission: € 2
Groups of over ten persons or those desiring a guide may contact us at:
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The exhibition is wheelchair-accessible.