Live art festival November 15–18, 2018
The artists in this year’s festival: Vasco Araújo / buren / Evelien Cammaert & Joris Perdieus / Clédat & Petitpierre / fieldworks / Eleni Kamma / Emily Mast / Diederik Peeters & special guests Michael Portnoy and Benjamin Seror / Laure Prouvost / Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa / Grace Schwindt / Oriol Vilanova
Playground is curated by Eva Wittocx and Steven Vandervelden.
M – Museum Leuven
L. Vanderkelenstraat 28
B–3000 Leuven Belgium
Hours: Thursday 11am–10pm,
T +32 16 27 29 29
mmPunch Line (Language)
Performance by Eleni Kamma with Margo van de Linde at 'Celebrating 10 years PhDArts. How do we establish, sustain and nourish a vital research culture in the arts?', artistic research conference-festival of the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts.
Het Leidse Volkshuis, Apothekersdijk 33A, Leiden
Entrance: free after registration
Programme 'Critical Convergence: Greek Contemporary Artists in dialogue with the (recent) past' with screening of Eleni Kamma’s Yar bana bir eğlence. Notes on Parrhesia (2015). Part of DRHA (Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts) conference.
Spazju Kreattiv Cinema, Valletta, Malta
A presentation of editorial projects by Woodstone Kugelblitz with Eleni Kamma's Paroikeo III 23/06–01/07/2018
Opening 23 June 2018, 15h
Banierstraat 62B, Rotterdam
mmAn Exercise on Values
Works by: Eugenia Apostolou, Maria Polyzoidou, Nana Sachini, Natasha Papadopoulou, Amalia Vekri, Kostas Sahpazis, Ioannis Koliopoulos, Vasilis Papageorgiou, Albert Mayr, Eleni Kamma, Aggelos Papadimitriou, Pavlos Nikolakopoulos, Antonín Jirát, Antonis Pittas, Thanassis Totsikas, Aleksandra Vajd, Maria Papadimitriou, Jiří Kovanda, Peter Kogler, Alexis Akrithakis, Jiří Thýn, Alexios Papazacharias, Yorgos Sapountzis
Curator: Alexios Papazacharias
Opening: 21 June 20:00–22:30
Duration: 21 June–17 July
Opening Hours: Thurs.–Fri. 15:00–20:00, Sat. 13:00 - 18:00
Haus N Athen, Kairi 6, 3rd floor, Monastiraki
mmEENHEID IN VERSCHEIDENHEID
1 June 2018
Eleni Kamma unveils three public artworks entitled "Eenheid in Verscheidenheid" (Unity in Difference), in collaboration with architect Breg Horemans.
The artworks were commissioned by the city Sittard-Geleen.
Location: Three roundabouts in Sittard, Geleen and Born, The Netherlands
Partners and collaborators: Stichting Briquet, DSM, Gemeente Sittard-Geleen, BAT Sittard, Laudy Bouw, local primary schools. Workshop educator: Simoon Hanssen.
mm Rag to Rich
Group Exhibition at ACG Art Gallery, Athens
Organized by Frances Rich
School of Fine and Performing Arts
Participating artists: 2TWO+1NE=2, Accidental Queens, ActiVista, Loukia Alavanou, Eliza Alexandropoulou, Margarita Bofiliou, Anastasia Douka, Dora Economou, Georgia Fambris, Marina Gioti, Florence Jung, Demi Kaia, Eleni Kamma, Irini Karayannopoulou, Em Kei, Laur M, Marianne Maric, Rilene Markopoulou, Dawn Nilo, Patriarchy, Maria Polyzoidou, Frances Rich, Despina Sevasti, VV, Amalia Vekri, Eva Vretzaki Curated by Poka—Yio
Opening: Tuesday, March 20, 18:00 – 22:00
6 Gravias Street GR-153 42 Aghia Paraskevi Athens, Greece
mmThe Selfie-Junkie, The Fool, The Animal, The Glossary, The Angry, The Collector of Proverbs and so on
Solo exhibition at Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Brussels. Presentation of work in progress within the research project Casting Call, an investigation into Europe featuring a parade of cultural allegories.
With the support of asbl Art/Recherche
Open during Art Brussels: 18, 19, 20 April, and by appointment
Opening: 15/03, 18h30
Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles
École supérieure des Arts
144 rue du Midi
group exhibition at Daily Lazy Projects, Athens
With: Alexandros Georgiou, Dimitris Foutris, Maria Georgoula, Zoe Gialboudaki, Dimitris Ioannou, Eleni Kamma, Chrysaanthi Koumianaki, Markela Kontaratou, Konstantinos Kotsis, Karolina Krasouli, Margarita Myrogianni,Theo Michael, Nina Papaconstantinou, Tereza Papamichali, Myrto Xanthopoulou, Kostas Roussakis, Georgia Sagri, Evangelia Spiliopoulou, George Stamatakis, Stefania Strouza, Alexandros Tzannis. Curated by Kostis Velonis
Daily Lazy Projects, Sina 6 & Vissarionos 9 (entrance), Athens 10680
mmConnecting Artists Borders
at Elisabeth Strouven Fonds,Maastricht
On the invitation of the Elisabeth Strouven Foundation*, the cross- border SPACE unpacks a large number of works from its art collection. Through these works, SPACE Collection is creating an independent network of Belgian, Dutch and German artists in this European region. The foundation opens its doors by appointemnt to visitors to visit the exhibition.
With works by :
Sara Bachour, Charlotte Beaudry, Pascal Bernier, Anne Büscher, Jacques Charlier, Alexandre Christiaens, Jerome Daly, Michael Dans, Alain Declercq, Messieurs Delmotte, Eric Deprez, Paul Devens, Michel François, Lara Gasparotto, Jean-Marie Gheerardijn, Myriam Hornard, Laurent Impeduglia, Djos Janssens, Eleni Kamma, Babis Kandilaptis, Charlotte Lagro, Sophie Langohr, Jacques Lizène, Sylvie Macias Diaz, Karine Marenne, Mon colonel & Spit, Michaël Nicolaï, Pol Pierart, Frédéric Platéus, Romina Remmo, Tanja Ritterbex, Marie Rosen, Charlotte vander Borght, Marc Wendelski, Aurélie William Levaux, Marie Zolamian.
Elisabeth Strouven Fonds
Abtstraat 3, NL-6211 LS Maastricht
mmNew Acquisitions of the EMST Collection
Temporary Exhibition Space (-1)
27.11.2017 – 28.01.2018
Katerina Koskina, Director
mmThe National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST) presents 39 New Acquisitions by 33 artists that were included in the Museum’s collection from 2014 to 2017. A year after the partial operation of the Museum and the opening of its temporary exhibition spaces, the first selection of its New Acquisitions (2014 – 2017) marks the enrichment of the collection and the beginning of a new dialogue with the greater cultural and artistic production inside and outside EMST and brings the Museum closer to the opening of its permanent collection spaces.
EMST, along with its intensive activity in Greece and abroad and the resolution of administrative issues that will soon lead it to the complete opening of its spaces, has expanded its collection by 150 works, reaching the total number of 1150. With long-term loans, generous donations and some acquisitions, the EMST Collection completes its existing sections with news axes and new topics. In this way the Museum “opens” its door to synergies with other international Museums, in the framework of the series EMST in the World, which for a year now has designated the Museum’s intention for extraversion and constant expansion of its “borders”, counting two exhibitions already, as well as with other individual activities.
Movement, forced and violent, fear, humanitarian, social and economic crisis that urges alternative ways of dealing and managing them internally and collectively are themes which the works presented in the exhibition deal with, having a dialectical relationship with what happens in the difficult times we live in.
mmTransculturality and interaction with the audience were and always will be aspects of an “open” museum, transforming it into a living organization, a platform for culture, dialogue, research and production, as well as of experiential knowledge and entertainment. It regards a constant redefinition of the role of a Museum of contemporary art and a constant dialogue with its era and its audience.
mmAt the same time, at the temporary exhibition space of the Museum on the Ground Floor, the interactive art project Face Forward … into my home, that was inaugurated a few days ago, is presented. The project is realized in collaboration with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and funded by the European Commission.
mmThe necessity of the social role of the Museum and its active participation in top humanitarian and social issues, such as the one with the refugees, converse in many ways with the works of the Museum’s collection.
EMST overcomes obstacles with the assistance of the State, artists, donors, friends and its audience and it is a living example of the actualization of optimism, with its decisive turn towards the world.
Nikos Alexiou, Francis Alys, Ziad Antar, Eugenia Apostolou, Kutlug Ataman, Manolis Baboussis, Bertille Bak, Kostas Bassanos, Lizzy Calligas, Pantelis Chandris, Chryssa, Lydia Dambassina, Mark Hadjipateras, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Eleni Kamma, Joseph Kosuth, Jannis Kounellis, Piotr Kowalski, George Lappas, Stathis Logothetis, Maria Loizidou, Andreas Lolis, Eleni Mylonas, Ilias Papailiakis, Artemis Potamianou, Aris Prodromidis, Alexandros Psychoulis, Santiago Sierra, Lina Theodorou, Katerina Thomadaki & Maria Klonaris, Nikos Tranos, Dimitris Tzamouranis, Costas Varotsos
Tuesday – Sunday 11.00 – 19.00
4 € | Reduced: 2 €
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST)
Kallirrois Ave. & Amvr. Frantzi Street (former FIX factory)
Athens, Greece, 117 43
mmNAK BENEFIT AUCTION
mmAuction blog presenting all works:
09.12.2017, 7 PM
11.12.2017, 7 PM: Prof. Dr. Alexander Markschies (Head, Lehrstuhl und Institut für Kunstgeschichte, RWTH Aachen University) & Maurice Funken (Curatorial assistent, NAK)
12.12.2017, 7 PM: Renate Puvogel (Art critic) & Ben Kaufmann (Director, NAK)
13.12.2017, 7 PM: Lene ter Haar (Curator, SCHUNCK*) & Frank-Thorsten Moll (Director, Ikob)
14.12.2017, 7 PM: Saskia van Stein (Director, Bureau Europa) & René Stessl (Artist)
16.12.2017, 7 PM, auctioneered by Prof. Henrik Hanstein of Kunsthaus Lempertz. Registration for the auction is possible from 6 PM.
Michelle Alperin / Boban Andjelkowitsch / Florian Auer / Lea Bascha / Horst H. Baumann / Bernd und Hilla Becher / Boris Becker / Tim Berresheim / Andri Bischoff / Max Blum / Eugenie Bongs-Beer / Lars Breuer / Andreas Breunig / Billy Childish / Walter Dahn / Plamen Dejanoff / Andreas Diefenbach / DJ Hell / Matthias Dornfeld / Cédric Eisenring / Klaus Endrikat / Fabian Freese / Anna Friedel / Max Frintrop / Albrecht Fuchs / Harald Fuchs / Isabella Fürnkäs / Georg Gatsas / Poul Gernes / Andreas Greiner / Norbert Grunschel / Tobias Hantmann / Florian Heinke / Ilka Helmig / Lena Henke / Andreas Hermann / Petra Herzog / Benedikt Hipp / Jan Hoeft / Andy Hope 1930 / Wouter Huis / Walterio Iraheta / Eleni Kamma / Andy Kassier / Christian Keinstar / Thomas Kellner / Georg Kerl / Daniel Kiss / Magdalena Kita / Halina Kliem / Jody Korbach / Alfons Knogl / Hans W. Krämer / Erika Krause / Thomas Kratz / Julia Kröpelin / Mischa Kuball / Michael Kunze / Wolfgang Kupczyk / Alwin Lay / Barbara und Michael Leisgen / Christine Liebich / Dennis Loesch / Melissa Logan / Timur Lukas / Andreas Magdanz / Xavier Mary / Florian Meisenberg / Björn Meyer-Ebrecht / Jonathan Monk / Horst Münch / Yuji Nagai / Joe Neave / Hans Niehus / Philipp Noller / Bea Otto / Olga Pedan / Lena Philipp / Jan Pleitner / Mary Audrey Ramirez / Bernd Ribbeck / Johanna Roderburg / Markus Saile / Morgaine Schäfer / Maks Schaffer / Julia Scher / Florian Schmidt / Gunna Schmidt / Thyra Schmidt / Hank Schmidt in der Beek / Arne Schmitt / Wilhelm Schürmann / Timo Seber / Oliver Sieber / Pola Sieverding / Dominik Sittig / Vera Sous / Julius Stahl / Julian Stalbohm / Jörn Stoya / Katja Stuke / Emma Talbot / Dmitry Teselkin / Sebastian Thewes / Britta Thie / Tilo&Toni / Tim Trantenroth / Hiroki Tsukuda / Nora Turato / Maarten van Roy / Thomas Virnich / Anke Völk / Klaus von Bruch / Karl von Monschau / Mark Walker / Martin Weidemann / Thomas Weidenhaupt / Raphael Weilguni – Viola Relle / Constanze Wiater / Achim Franz Willems / Aaron Wohnseifer / Johannes Wohnseifer / Alexander Wolff / Peter Wu
mmmDwell, Act, Transform
2–17 November 2017
The exhibition Dwell, Act, Transform shows artistic research trajectories conducted by the research groups of Minerva Art Academy within the Bachelors, Masters and PhD. Artistic research is a relatively new form of research which uses the attitude and working methods of artists and designers during the research process.
The artistic research projects in the north as 'making' practices are always connected to the social and material environment in which the research is taking place. Anthropologist Tim Ingold calls this a position of dwell. From this position the transformative power of artistic action applies to both the maker and the environment. Growing into the world, the world grows in them.
Eleni Kamma, Herman van Hoogdalem, Andrea Stultiens, Marit Westerhuis, Kevin Perrin, Kimball Holth, Michiel Westbeek, Frederiek Bennema, Rob van Haren, Jip de Beer, Cora Jongsma
Anke Coumans (professor Image in Context, Minerva Art Academy) and Andrea Stultiens (PhD researcher, Minerva Art Academy)
mmOpening 1 November 2017 at 16.00 hours
Minerva Art Academy, Praediniussingel 59, 9711 AG Groningen (NL)
mmWoodstone Kugelblitz Take Over
Sign, Groningen (NL)
Initiated by Woodstone Kugelblitz
In TAKE OVER hierarchy is way out, the Anonymous Group of Artists is in constant transition. Constantly there will be a take over, no-one is in control. The audience is invited to participate. Because people take over from each other it is unclear who made the products.
As tools there will be machines with different printing techniques and each with their specific limitations like old stencil machines, Gestetners, cash-printers, a copier a.o.
The activities are all related to the philosophy of Woodstone Kugelblitz.
A day of looking at artists books, while talking about publication as practice with Eleanor Vonne Brown
Saturday, July 1st, 2017
10:00 - 16.30
2, Nechrou Street, Nicosia Municipal Gardens
mmWIELS 10th Anniversary & Kunstenfestivaldesarts Closing Party
Saturday 27th May, 11:00–18:00 / Auditorium:
Screening programme of recent films by current and former residents: Diego Bruno, Teresa Cos, Saddie Choua, Theo Cowley, Chloë Delanghe, Patricia Esquivias, Sirah Foighel Brutmann and Eitan Efrat, Mai Hofstad Gunnes, Eleni Kamma, Saman Kamyab, Daisuke Kosugi and Ane Hjort Guttu, Ola Lanko, Dana Munro, Shelly Nadashi, Lucia Nimcova, Yuki Okumura, Ben Pointeker, Emma van der Put, Lazara Rosell Albear and Sammy Baloji, Sara Sejin Chang (Sara van der Heide), Juan Diego Thielemans, Sarah Vanagt, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Sharon Van Overmeiren, Jelena Vanoverbeek, Fanny Zaman
mmTerra Mediterranea: In Action
An exhibition of contemporary art, a conference and a series of parallel actions
Exhibition Opening: 7 April 2017, 20:00
Pafos2017, European Capital of Culture presents in Nicosia and in Pafos Terra Mediterranea: In Action, a project that includes a major contemporary art exhibition, an international conference and a series of parallel actions with the participation of a great number of artists from Cyprus and abroad. The project is organised by the Pierides Foundation and the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre (NiMAC) and is curated by Dr Yiannis Toumazis.
Terra Mediterranea: In Action aims at detecting, investigating and presenting the reflections of contemporary artists on today’s universal landscape of economic, political, religious, social, but also deeply existential crisis of identity, especially as viewed through “Mediterranean” eyes, from both a political and a poetic stance.
The tragedies currently taking place in the Mediterranean Basin bring again to the fore the importance of this enclosed sea, which may be characterised as a “liquid continent” that is an extremely political and politicised space. One could also argue that the Mediterranean is for Europe the “irrational underbelly that brings disorder, border breaching, colonial phantoms, and an uncanny claim to a common, mythically glorious, ancient past.” [rivistapolitics.wordpress.com]. Today, this multifaceted and complicated entity, for years marginalised in western eyes as an orientalist haven of corruption and backwardness, has become an obvious and unavoidable focus of political action.
In particular, the Terra Mediterranea: In Action exhibition intends to illustrate how, in this era of globalisation and the increased visibility of “peripheral” artistic activity, contemporary artists from the Mediterranean region and the international art scene negotiate issues of history, memory and politics. The exhibition includes a variety of presentational formats such as visual works, performances, theoretical discussions, film screenings, talks, literature and poetry readings, public interventions and educational programmes.
A different version of the project was organised and presented in collaboration with Halle 14 in Leipzig, in September 2016, co-curated by Yiannis Toumazis and Michael Arzt.
Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides Foundation [NIMAC]
Opening: 7 April 2017, 20:00
Duration: 7 April – 29 July and 5 September – 25 November 2017
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00 – 21:00
Participating artists and theorists: Ana Adamović, Marwa Arsanios, Sofia Bempeza, Banu Cennetoğlu, Marianna Christofides, Kyriaki Costa, Βassam El Βaroni, Silvia Giambrone, Hackitectura, Lia Haraki, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Eleni Kamma, Serap Kanay, Nurtane Karagil, Mahmoud Khaled, Zissis Kotionis, Mona Marzouk, Panayiotis Michael in collaboration with Pascalle Burton, Isabel Carvalho, Peter Eramian, Erden Kosova, Flavia Malusardi, Iordanis Papadopoulos, Christopher Rey Pérez, Maria Petrides and Liv Strand, Yael Navaro and Emrah Gokdemir, Erkan Özgen, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Despo Pasia and Antonis Hadjikyriacou, Polys Peslikas, Alexandros Pissourios, Ran Slavin, Neoterismoi Toumazou, Evi Tselika, Paola Yacoub and Michel Lasserre Fabrica’s Cave, Pafos
Opening: 8 April 2017, 11:00
Duration: 8 April – 25 November 2017
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 10:00 – 19:00
Installation: Chiharu Shiota, A Walk through the Line
Α collaboration between European Capital of Culture – Pafos2017 and the EU-Japan Fest Committee
Pafos Medieval Castle
Opening: 8 April 2017, 12:00
Duration: 8 April – 25 November 2017
Opening hours: Winter (16 September – 15 April) – Sunday: 08:30 – 17:00
Summer (16 April – 15 September) Monday – Sunday: 08:30 – 19:30Participating artists and theorists: Ana Adamović, Tom Dale, Elina Ioannou, Panayiotis Michael in collaboration with Pascalle Burton, Isabel Carvalho, Peter Eramian, Erden Kosova, Flavia Malusardi, Iordanis Papadopoulos, Christopher Rey Pérez, Maria Petrides and Liv Strand, Erkan Özgen, Alexandros Pissourios
mmWhy relooking at caricature today?
Caricature is a satirical reaction to and a comment upon reality, it cannot exist without referring to a certain thing, person, situation that pre-exists.
My research proposal for A/R will evolve around the form of representation of a body that has to do with excess, simulacrum, grotesque and its potential to link to and trace the social today.
Presentation of my research project in the frame of
JOURNEE D’ETUDE DU POLE RECHERCHE DE L’ARBA-ESA
at ArBA-EsA, Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels,
144 Rue du midi, 1000 Brussels
Thursday 16 March 2017
9h30 – 18h00
mmIN SITU : OUT OF PLACE
FILMPROGRAM with Eleni Kamma
at Palazzina Reale, Piazza della Stazione 50, Florence
16 and 24 March 2017, from 6.30 pm
With: Maya Schweizer, Mario Rizzi, Eleni Kamma, Karolina Bregula, Rebecca Ann Tess, Sophie Reinhold, Nico Joana Weber, Loretta Fahrenholz, Ei Arakawa & Henning Bohl, Clemens von Wedemeyer
Every year, a large number of international artists are invited to the Villa Romana in Florence. Villa Romana Fellows live in Florence for ten months, while invited guest artists either stay in the city for several months or spend a few days there for an exhibition. Over the years, many of them have also filmed in the city and the region. We will be showing a selection of these films in cooperation with the Fondazione Architetti (FAF) on 16 March at the Palazzina Reale, which was built by Giovanni Michelucci in 1935.
The first evening's seven films focus on various historical, political and social contexts and questions of artistic narration. However, the films also show that Florence and the IN SITU environment continue to be a place of international artistic production.
The second part of the program, OUT OF PLACE, concerns reflections of urban realities and architectural storage spaces around the world. New films by Loretta Fahrenholz and Clemens von Wedemeyer will be presented for the first time in Italy. These two artists, like Nico Joana Weber and Ei Arakawa, have lived and worked in Florence as Villa Romana Fellows.
16 March, 6.30 pm
La corsa del venditore, 2008, 7’ 30’’
The Misconception, 2009, 9’
Georgofili, 2012, 27'
Rebecca Ann Tess
Upper, 2016, 7'
The Tallest, 2014, 14'
Cave No 150, 2012, 31’
OUT OF PLACE
24. März, 18.30 Uhr
Nico Joana Weber
Vendredi, 2013, 4'55''
La Promenade Architecturale, 2013, 23'30''
Two A.M., 2016, 42’
Ei Arakawa & Henning Bohl,
Helena and Miwako, 2013, 37’
Clemens von Wedemeyer
Esiod 2016, 38’
Group opening exhibition of Cultural Capital of Europe Pafos2017
Venues: Old Powerhouse and Shelley Street Residence
With: Andreas Angelidakis, Rosa Barba, Inal Bilsel, Andrea Bruno, Banu Cennetoğlu, Savvas Christodoulides, Marianna Christofides, Marianna Constanti, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Haris Epaminonda, Ben Evans and Alkis Hadjiandreou, Eleni Kamma, Lito Kattou, Nurtane Karagil, Lefteris Olympios, Christodoulos Panayiotou, George Petrou, Re Aphrodite, Efi Savvides, Socratis Socratous, Lefteris Tapas, Marina Xenofontos, Natalie Yiaxi
Curated by Elena Parpa
8 Vladimiros Heracleous Street, Pafos
Residence on Shelley Street
Ex residence of the Pafos Chief of Police
10:00-13:00 and 16:00-19:00
during the inaugural events programme on 28 & 29 January 2017
and by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org | T: +357 26932017
mmso close, yet so far away
at Petach Tikva Museum, Tel Aviv
12/01 - 11/03/2017
Opening: Friday 12 January 2017
With: Klitsa Antoniou, Marianna Christophides, Kyriaki Costa, Theodoulos Gregoriou, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Andreas Kalli, Eleni Kamma, Nurtane Karagil, Lia Lapithi, Andreas Savva, Nayia Savva, Constantinos Taliotis, TwoFourTwo, Marina Xenofontos, Sholeh Zahrael & Kamil Saldun http://www.petachtikvamuseum.com/en/
mmWe, people in transition
at Research Centre Art & Society at Platform Minerva,Groningen
28/10 - 9/11/2016
Opening: Friday 28 October, from 15:00 - 17.30.
The exhibition We,people in transition shows a selection of the projects which the research group Image in Context carried out during the past four years. The title of the exhibition emphasizes how not only our environment is in transition, but how we people are as well. The visual encounters in this exhibition, have not only recorded this transition, they also caused it. We, people in transition is open from 28 October to 9 November 2016 in Platform Minerva (Praediniussingel 59, Groningen).
The exhibition demonstrates how artists, together with other people, redefine both their artistry and the context in which we function. The artist's contribution – with his open vision, his questioning attitude and the power to connect people – is very important in bringing about a different way of looking, at each other and at our environment.
With, amongst others Lino Hellings, Eleni Kamma, Ahmet Polat, Andrea Stultiens, Herman van Hoogdalem
at SIGN, Groningen
With: DesignArbeid, Gijs de Heij, Eleni Kamma, Woodstone Kugelblitz , Sulsolsal, Yuri Veerman, Katja Verheul
mmTerra Mediterranea: In Action
group exhibition at HALLE 14 - Centre for Contemporary Art, Leipzig
17.09. – 20.11.2016
Opening: Saturday, September 17, 2016, 3pm
With: Ana Adamović, Marwa Arsanios, Bank of No, Sofia Bempeza, Banu Cennetoğlu, Marianna Christofides, Tom Dale, Haris Epaminonda, Hackitectura, Lia Haraki, Timo Herbst & Marcus Nebe, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Eleni Kamma, Mahmoud Khaled, Zissis Kotionis, Mona Marzouk, Panayiotis Michael, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Nira Pereg, Polys Peslikas, Alexandros Pissourios, Ran Slavin, Paola Yacoub
Curated by Michael Arzt & Yiannis Toumazis
The Mediterranean Sea and its coasts create a »liquid« continent that has been shaped since time immemorial by the exchange of people, goods and knowledge. Disparaged by the West as backwards and corrupt, it has moved into the focus of world events through the Arab Spring, as well as civil wars and banking and governmental crises.
This exhibition looks at this turbulent phase through over 20 critical and poetic artistic perspectives on »Terra Mediterranea«, investigating instead the dividing, the connecting.
In cooperation with the NiMAC - Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre in Cyprus.
With an extensive program of events, HALLE 14 presents the exhibition from September 17 to November 20, 2016.
Festival at Palais de Tokyo, Paris
03.09. – 04.09.2016
From noon until midnight
Opening Saturday, September 3rd at 11am
Brussels, the multifaceted and interdisciplinary capital, comes to light at the Palais de Tokyo.
Over the weekend of September 3 & 4, 2016, more than 30 artists, comprising visual artists, performers, choreographers and video makers based in Brussels, will be invited to the Palais de Tokyo by Indiscipline, selected by a curatorial team of WIELS (Brussels' contemporary art centre) , Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Performing Arts Festival) and the Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre/Danse agency. Coming from around 15 different countries, these artists will present works from diverse crossover disciplines, pushing a number of our symbolic, physical, cultural and linguistic boundaries.
Within the space of a few years, Brussels has turned into an international platform dedicated to emerging artists and to artistic experimentation. Artists from all around the world gather there to find a breeding ground in which to showcase their talents. Characterized by their artistic risks, local artists don’t seem to share any common ground, other than their undisciplined nature and their interdisciplinary bias.
Nida Doctoral School session with Eleni Kamma
Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) and Aalto University School of Arts
Nida Art Colony, Neringa,Lithuania
22.08. – 28.08.2016
one-week courses featuring seven lecturers, academics and selected doctoral students who will reflect on the value of artist placements in non-arts organisations such as business, political and science bodies.
The idea of the “CO-ACTION” 2016 summer course is to examine the value of artists’ placements in non-arts organisations, such as business, political and science bodies. This idea rests on the assumption that representatives of creative professions (such as artists, curators, architects, designers) are no longer romantic lonely creators. In order to design a viable way to organise such placements where artists would work in non-arts fields, this course aims to discuss and research various contemporary art practices that have been engaged in similar activity. “CO-ACTION” is mainly inspired by the British artists’ collective Artist Placement Group (APG), founded by Barbara Steveni and John Latham. APG claimed that the role of the artists in 1970’s society was limited to aesthetic problems, and APG’s purpose was to expand this role.
We are planning to ask the following questions in the upcoming course: what might follow if we as artists and researchers take up the role of the ‘social visionary’, as suggested by Olinde Rodrigues in 1825¹. Such roles are often used in financial and management consultancy services to perform creatively and successfully, so might it also be a way for the arts to adapt themselves to the current system of production? What are the dangers and motives of resistance within such systems? What are the methods used by social visionaries and how do they overlap with the modes of production in creative industries?
group exhibition of the artist residency program of Tinos Quarry Platform, in collaboration with the Cultural Foundation of Tinos.
at Cultural Foundation of Tinos,Chora, Tinos island, Greece
02/07 - 31/10/2016
Opening: Saturday, July 2 at 20:00
Participating artists: Giorgos Agallou (Greece), Douglas Barrett (USA) (in collaboration with Academie Schloss Solitude), Franck Bragigand (France / Amsterdam), Anastasia Douka (Greece), Antonín Jirát (Czech Republic), Eleni Kamma (Greece / Brussels ), Katerina Kana (Greece / Tinos), Ioannis Koliopoulos (Greece), Vasiliki Konstantinopoulou (Greece / Netherlands), Charalambos Kourkoulis (Photoharrie) (Greece), Melody Nixon (New Zealand / USA ), Paola Palavidi (Greece / Tinos), Dimitris Papadatos (Greece), Ilias Papailiakis (Greece), Socratis Socratous (Cyprus / Greece), Iris Touliatou (Greece), Petros Touloudis (Greece), Filippos Tsitsopoulos (Greece / UK)
Curator: Alexios Papazacharias (Greece)
mmFireflies in the Night Take Wing
Post midnight Video Art survey
at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), Athens, Greece
23/06 - 26/06/2016
Organized on the occasion of the cultural event Metemorphosis:The SNFCC to the World,“Fireflies in the Night Take Wing” is a special four-night program surveying some of the most important works realised in the quintessential medium of the late 20th and early 21st centuries: video.Orchestrated in eleven sites scattered throughout the SNFCC buildings and its surrounding Stavros Niarchos Park,
“Fireflies in the Night Take Wing” presents a selection of videos richly diverse in formal , conceptual and poetic scope by an international roster of over fifty artists, many of them showing in Greece for the first time.
Organized by curators Barbara London, Kalliopi Minioudaki and Francesca Pietropaolo, with artistic director Robert Storr.
With: Marte Aas, Shiva Ahmadi, Bill Balaskas, Bahar Behbahani, Sylvie Blocher, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, Luca Buvoli, Paolo Canevari, Seoungho Cho, Marianna Christofides, Moyra Davey, Angela Detanico and Rafael Lain, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Cheryl Donegan, Ninar Esber, Patricia Esquivias, Yang Fudong, Aikaterini Gegisian and Fatma Çiftçi, IC-98, Marion Inglessi, Alfredo Jaar, Eleni Kamma, Mikhail Karikis, Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley, Bouchra Khalili, Basim Magdy, Ato Malinda, Jenny Marketou, Oscar Muñoz, Luke Murphy, Shirin Neshat, Adrian Paci, Sondra Perry, Liliana Porter, Diana Fonseca Quiñones, Yvonne Rainer, Raqs Media Collective, Julian Rosefeldt , Tom Sachs, Erica Scourti , Michael Smith, Lina Theodorou, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Jannis Varelas, Erika Vogt, Hu Wei, Monika Weiss, Jane and Louise Wilson,
Poka-Yio, Katerina Zacharopoulou, Katarina Zdjelar.
Admission is free
mmThe Shifting Place. Aesthetic, spatial and temporal fractures of transitional territories
Mentor: Giusy Checola
Residential module developed in the frame of the EU project Understanding Territoriality: Identity, Place & Possession (TIPP) with Eleni Kamma, Alaa Abu Asad , Bahar Habibi , Emma Gibson, Elja Ranta , Moonis Ahmad , Sílvia Cruells Lado , Wayne Lim , Teresa Palmieri , Chiara Sgaramella at UNIDEE – University of Ideas, Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto in Biella, Italy
16/06 - 24/06/2016
Understanding Territoriality: Identity, Place & Possession (TIPP) is a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, and produced in partnership by Fabrica (UK, www.fabrica.org.uk), Netwerk (Belgium, www.netwerk-art.be), Otvorena Soba (Macedonia, www.publicroom.org) and Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto (Italy, www.cittadellarte.it).
UNIDEE – University of Ideas, the educational residency programme organized by the Education Office of Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto Onlus, is possible thanks to the support of patrons: Fondazione Zegna, Illycaffè S.p.A., Compagnia di San Paolo.
mmWithout pause, dialogues
LOOP Festival, Barcelona
Venue: Reial Cercle Artístic
Carrer Arcs, 5, 08002, Barcelona
26/05 - 10/06/2016
Without Pause, Dialogues is an exhibition project made up of a dozen perspectives that establish six common lines of research. It is built around two determining factors: a formal one, which is concerned with matters unrelated to the work itself, and a conceptual one, which emerges from the desire for dialogue between the works in the form of diptychs (two adjacent screens). The dialogue fostered by the diptychs reinforces and highlights the contents of each one of the projects, thus creating a feedback loop between them.Artists: Maria Ruido, Sarah Vanagt & Katrien Vermeire, Ria Pacquée, Lúa Coderch, Patricia Dauder, Elias Heuninck, Jordi Colomer, Eleni Kamma, Jordi Cané & Lisa Bause, Pieter Geenen, Raquel Friera and Els Opsomer.
Curator: Imma Prieto
Acoustic Performance: Lisa Bause
Organisation and production: Loop Festival, Flanders Arts Institute, Argos - Center for Art and Media and Flanders Image.
In collaboration with Auguste Orts, Beursschouwburg, Escautville, Jubilee, Messidor and SoundImageCulture.
Tinos Quarry Platform
at Isternia, Tinos, Greece
24/05 - 01/06/2016
mmSound of Silence
Sounding City is an annual exhibition that explores sound art and the boundaries between art, sound and music. The various installations bring together the three different disciplines. Tangible sound. Audible image. Sound of Silence focuses on quiet or barely audible sound work by sound artists. There is increased attention for silence in our society. In the bustle of today’s city, there is more than ever a need for quietude. Yet silence is also the benchmark against which sound is measured. No matter how paradoxical it may sound: silence and sound cannot exist without one another. Many sound artists share this fascination and create installations on the fringes of the audible. As a reflection on sound or as an invitation to more intense listening. Sound of Silence mixes works of both Flemish and internationally renowned artists, and starts with an opening performance and a concert on the same theme.
With: Met: Christoph De Boeck (BE), Stijn Demeulenaere (BE), Aernoudt Jacobs (BE), Rolf Julius (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Christina Kubisch (DE), Hans Peter Kuhn (DE), Steve Roden (VS), Stefaan Quix (BE), Akio Suzuki (JP), Esther Venrooy & Hans Demeulenaere (BE), Bram Vreven (NL)
Opening with concertperformance Simon Løffler:
friday 15 april 2016, 19u00
Saturday 16 April > Sunday 1 May 2016
Broelkaai 6, 8500 Kortrijk
mmDE LA NÉCESSITÉ DE S’ENGAGER
Un débat organisé dans le cadre du séminaire ‘Après l’école'
Le mercredi 13 avril de 18h à 20h à l’auditoire Creuz
Jessica Gysel est une éditrice et consultante vivant entre Bruxelles et Amsterdam. Elle est la fondatrice et rédactrice en chef de Girls Like Us magazine, publication bi-annuelle explorant de nouveaux modèles de pensée et d’action pour un avenir plus féministe et moins capitaliste. Possédant une expérience en tant que consultante en marketing et spécialisée dans l’étude des groupes, scènes et communautés, elle navigue avec aisance entre les concepts de corporate hell et d’utopie du DIY (Do It Yourself).
Eleni Kamma est une artiste grecque et cypriote basée à Bruxelles et Maastricht. Son travail, alliant écriture, vidéo, dessin et installations, aborde les notions d'identité, de mémoire, d'authenticité. Sa recherche questionne la distribution et le partage des connaissances, explore les possibilités d'une future architecture rejetant les systèmes binaires de pensée et préconise l’imagination de modèles ‘autres’.
Daniel Vander Gucht est docteur en sociologie, chef de travaux à l’Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) où il dirige le groupe de recherche en sociologie de l’art et de la culture ainsi que la Revue de l’Institut de sociologie. Directeur de la maison d'édition La Lettre volée, Il est l’auteur, notamment, de L’Art contemporain au miroir du musée (La Lettre volée, 1999) ; Art et politique (Labor, 2004) ; Ecce homo touristicus (Labor, 2006) et de L'expérience politique de l'art. Retour sur la définition de l'art engagé (Impressions nouvelles, 2014).
Médiateur : Céline Gillain, professeur à La Cambre
Eleni Kamma participates in Breaking Crisis, the film program of Transmediale Berlin.
Under the name Conversation Piece, transmediale reboots the format of the post-digital culture event, creating a transitory space for discussion of the anxieties of late capitalism. Rather than a single-themed festival with separate exhibition and program sections, artistic and research practice will unfold live through discussions, workshops, temporary installations, performances, and various hybrid formats. Through the thematic streams that function as conversation starters, Anxious to Act, Anxious to Make, Anxious to Share, and Anxious to Secure, the Conversation Piece creates an occasion to reflect upon past transmediale themes while resolutely focusing on the ambiguity of present digital culture.
Film program with works by: Norman Cowie, Elisabeth Marjanović Cronvall & Marta Dauliute, Beatrice Gibson, Jean Herman, Eleni Kamma
Elisabeth Marjanović Cronvall & Marta Dauliute
12:00 - 14:00
Actua Tilt, Jean Herman, FR 1960, 12'
The Third Wave, Norman Cowie, US 1995, 3'
Crisis Document. A Survival Guide, Elisabeth Marjanovic Cronvall & Marta Dauliute, SE 2015, 15'
F for Fibonacci, Beatrice Gibson, UK 2014, 16'
Yar bana bir eğlence. Notes on Parrhesia, Eleni Kamma, BE/NL 2015, 37'
The transformation of Western industrial society into a service and information economy is coupled with the unrestricted subjugation of the environment to market imperatives. Financial transactions are executed by computer programs in milliseconds: money makes money. The unequal distribution of wealth and security, evidenced in global refugee movements, produces a sense of permanent crisis. Conversely, new forms of solidarity, resistance, and struggles for democratic rights and economic participation are emerging. Against the background of these volatile developments, this film selection presents an impressive range of artistic and critical analyses of the present.
HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt
D-10557 Berlin Germany
mmRundgang Program: Describe Me An Image Of Turkey – Film Program
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
23/01/2016 at 13h
Film Program with Yar bana bir eğlence (Notes on Parrhesia) by Eleni Kamma
Shortfilms curated by: Gizem Bayiksel, Cana Bilir-Meier, Burak Cevik, Necati Sönmez
Moderation: Delal Isci
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, A-1060, 1.Floor, Mediaroom
mmHOW WE MADE IT HAPPEN
mmWORKSHOP & SCREENING
Ravensteinstraat 23 | Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Two years after the pilot edition of On & For Production some of the participating projects are completed. This workshop is aimed at disclosing the route between the first sketches of an artist film and its release. Artists Eleni Kamma and An Van Dienderen and their producers Jubilee vzw and Contour will go through the various stages, challenges and collaborations that their film productions went through.
The workshop includes the screening of:
YAR BANA BIR EĞLENCE: NOTES ON PARRHESIA, Eleni Kamma, 2015, 38min
LILI, An van. Dienderen, 2015, 11min
SOLO FOR RICH MAN, Beatrice Gibson, 2015, 14min
Free entrance, no reservation
Moderated by Auguste Orts
Supported by Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, BOZAR
is a multidisciplinary exhibition and performance program that deals with issues of post-colonialism, memory, identity and narration.
Gathering together artists originally from Portugal, England, Rwanda, Greece, Germany, Argentine, Hungary, Spain, Serbia, Poland and Taiwan, who work in performance, object, photography, video and installation, L’INTRU aims to question these potent issues: postcolonialism, personal and collective memory, narration and identity. It not only asks who the invaders are, it also speaks of the personal narratives that these forces provoke within the individual. After a successful run in Vienna, the exhibition is being brought to London with the intention of engaging with local issues: capitalism, gentrification and the cuts. Join us for a packed performance program, on the front row will be some of the most prominent London artists.
CURATED by Ana Mendes
Associate Curator: Joseph Constable
Commission: Rich Mix
Press assistant: Laura Clark
Design: Sandra Djurkic
Anamaria Kardos, Ana Mendes, Carla Cruz, Antonio Contador, Eleni Kamma, Franziska Becher, Justyna Scheuring, Mario Asef, Ishimwa Muhimanyi, Rosana Antoli, Hsinyen Wei and Sandra Djukic.
3 pm opening (free event, until 6pm)
6 pm ticketed show (performance program) £12/10
mmEleni Kamma (solo exhibition)
Art Seen Projects
66B Makarios Avenue, Cronos Court
1077 Nicosia, Cyprus
November 7 – December 23, 2015
Curator: Maria Stathi
mmJubilee is proud to announce the avant première of
mmYAR BANA BIR EGLENCE. NOTES ON PARRHESIA.
a single screen film by Eleni Kamma
at the Theater aan het Vrijthof
Opening Saturday October 3th 2015 // 18:00 – 21:00
SoundImageCulture – Installations presents work by Piero Bisello & Maxime Le Bon, Sander Tas and Danja Cauwberghs, Margaux Schwarz, Eleni Kamma, Davide Tidoni and Eva la Cour.
Argos, Centre for Art and Media
Werfstraat 13 rue du Chantier // 1000 Brussels
mm“Parrhesia, de moed tot waarheid in de transparante samenleving”
19 september t/m 20 december 2015
Artists: Woodstone Kugelblitz (Teun de Graaf & Charlotte Martin), DesignArbeid (Ruben Abels & Barbara Asselbergs), Roel Roscam Abbing, Sulsolsal (Hannes Bernard & Guido Giglio), Gijs de Heij, Eleni Kamma, Yuri Veerman, Katja Verheul,
PART 1: Documentation exhibition 19 september to 24 oktober 2015. Opening 25 september 17.30 pm
Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10, Groningen.
PART 2 : LAB 24, 25, 26 september. O.l.v. Lectoraat Image in Context, Academie Minerva: Anke Coumans & Bibi Straatman with artists & theoretici.
Theoretici: Lara Garcia Diaz, Carmen van Bruggen, Steyn Berghs, Marianna Maruyama.
Location: Academie Minerva, Praediniussingel 59, Groningen.
PART 3: from 1 november to 20 december 2015
Nieuw werk artists.
Locations: SIGN and others.
mm5th Thessaloniki Bienniale of Contemporary Art (GR)
Between the Pessimism of the Intellect and the Optimism of the Will
Curator Katerina Gregos
23 June – 30 September 2015
Carlos Aires (ES), Can Altay & Jeremiah Day(TR/US), Ivan Argote (CO), Marwa Arsanios (US), Bertille Bak (FR), Taysir Batniji (PS), James Beckett (ZA/NL), Adelita Husni Bey (IT), David Brognon & Stéphanie Rollin (BE/LU), Depression Era (GR), Ninar Esber (LB), Mounir Fatmi (MA), Peter Friedl (AT), Mekhitar Garabedian (SY/BE), Ganzeer (EG), Marina Gioti (GR), Piero Gilardi (IT), Hamza Halloubi (MA), Nick Hannes (BE), Sven Johne (DE), Annika Kahrs (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Hayv Kahraman (IQ), Mikhail Karikis (GR), Chrysanthi Koumianaki (GR), Erik Van Lieshout (NL), Thomas Locher (DE), Angela Melitopoulos & Angela Anderson (DE/US), Tom Molloy (IE), Nikos Navridis (GR), Qiu Zhijie (CN), Pavel Pepperstein (RU), Antonis Pittas (GR), Theo Prodromidis (GR), Meriç Algün Ringborg (TR), Anila Rubiku (AL), Marinella Senatore (IT), Nedko Solakov (BG), Nikos Tranos (GR), Thomas Weinberger (DE), Olav Westphalen (DE)
mmWild Open Space.Les Moisson de la cité
With: Carlos Aires,Gentiane Angeli,Charlotte Beaudry,Vincen Beeckman,Michel Beine,
Nina Berman, Anne-Sophie Bomal,Nicolas Bomal, Olivier Bovy, Raphaël Carette,Thomas Chable, Jacques Charlier, Alexandre Christiaens,
Nicolas Clément, Jerome Daly,Michael Dans,Jonathan De Winter, Eric Débris,
Alain Declercq, Serge Delaunay,Vincent Delbrouck, Messieurs Delmotte, Isabelle Detournay, Paul Devens, Philippe Durand, Michel François, Pierre Gerard, Myriam Hornard, Pierre Houcmant
Laurent Impeduglia, Eleni Kamma, Babis Kandilaptis, Nicolas Kozakis, Charlotte Lagro, Jules Lallement, Sophie Langohr, Bruno Le Boulengé, Aurélie Levaux, The Little Artists, Jacques Lizène , Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Sylvie Macias-Diaz, Karine Marenne , Xavier Mary, Ccil Michel, Michaël Nicolaï,Olivier Pe, Marc Petit, Pica Pica, Pol Pierart, Frédéric Platéus, Marie Rosen, André Stas, Chaim van Luit, Bernard Walhin, Marc Wendelski, Marie Zolamian
Le Grand Curtius,Féronstrée 136 4000 Liège
25/06/2015 to 20/09/2015
mmL'Intru (Invaders) (group exhibition)
With: Amanda Pina, Ana Mendes, Andrea Salzman , Eleni Kamma, Fransisca Becher, Mario Asef, Hsinyen Wei, Sonja Hornung, Lisbeth Kovacic.
Curated by Ana Mendes
Associate Curator: Joseph Constable
Opening: 12th of June 19-22h
mmTERRAPOLIS (group exhibition)
Curated by Iwona Blazwick, Director, Whitechapel Gallery
27 May – 26 July 2015, Preview 26 May
École Française d’Athènes, Athens
With: Caroline Achaintre, Allora & Calzadilla, Francis Alys, Athanasios Argianas, Joseph Beuys, Huma Bhabha, Reg Butler, Lynn Chadwick, Marcus Coates, William Cobbing, Enrico David, Charlotte Dumas, Angus Fairhurst, Studio Ghibli, Tue Greenfort, Asta Gröting, Anthea Hamilton & Nicholas Byrne, Henrik Håkansson, Joan Jonas, Eleni Kamma, Markus Karstieß, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Yayoi Kusama, Oliver Laric, Richard Long, Sarah Lucas, Ruth Maclennan, Chris Marker, Marlie Mul, Katja Novitskova, Anatoly Osmolovsky, Aliki Palaska,Norbert Prangenberg, Ugo Rondinone,Kostas Sahpazis, Peter Wachtler.
Visitor Information TERRAPOLIS, NEON and the Whitechapel Gallery at the École Française d’Athènes, Athens, Greece.
For further information please contact NEON:
T +30 213 0187 700
Open 27 May – 26 July 2015
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: 12 – 6pm
mmOn & For Production (edition I)
Auguste Orts invites Eleni Kamma and Jubilee for the upcoming edition of On & For Production.
Friday 24/04 & Saturday 25/04/2015
mmOh, for some more Amusement (solo exhibition)
Netwerk, Aalst (BE)
19 April – 13 June 2015
mmArchipelagos. The Region as an Art Space (group exhibition)
With works of Christian Berens, Jerome Daly, Michael Dans, Paul Devens, Jonathan De Winter, Jeroen Evertz ft eVe spaM, Michel François, Lara Gasparotto, Laurent Impeduglia, Eleni Kamma, Charlotte Lagro, Jacques Lizène, Chaïm van Luit, Jan Marechal, Jérôme Mayer, Mon Colonel & Spit, Griet Moors, Selçuk Mutlu, Michaël Nicolaï, Karl Philips, Frédéric Platéus, Marc Wendelski and Romain Van Wissen.
A project by Provincie Limburg and SPACE Collection.
Lenders: SCHUNCK, Ikob, Ville de Liège, Province de Liège, Collection Uhoda
Opening: 27/3: 18.00–20.00
27 March – 13 June 2015
Limburglaan 10, 6229 GA Maastricht (NL)
mmMultiplicities (group exhibition)
Agnus Braithwaite, Gary Colclough, Savvas Christodoulides, Marianna Christofides, Eleni Kamma, Aldo Kroese, Eva Marathaki, Jost Münster , Vicky Pericleous, Lefteris Tapas, Maria Theodoraki, Amikam Toren, Alison Turnbull
Opening: 27.3.2015 – 19.30
28 March – 9 May 2015
Art Seen – Contemporary Art Projects & Editions
66B Makarios Avenue,
mmExercices de styles (group exhibition)
With: Eleni Kamma, Rachel Laurent, Jacques Lizène, Capitaine Lonchamps, Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Benjamin Monti, Sébastien Plevoets, Pol Pierart,Valérie Sonnier, Jeroen Van Bergen, Marie Zolamian
Opening: Saturday 13 December 2014
Duration: 14 December 2014 – 31 January 2015
Galerie Nadja Vilenne, 5, Rue commandant Marchand, 4000 Liège
mmIn the mouth of the wolf. Die Wolf, Die! (group exhibition)
With: Rosa Barba, Ivan Grubanov, Eleni Kamma, Lito Kattou, Konstantinos Kotsis, Linardaki- Parissot, Andreas Sell, Artur Zmijewski
Curated by Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Kosmas Nikolaou
Opening: 20 November 2014
Duration: 21 November 2014 – 9 January 2015
Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus – House of Cyprus
2A Xenofontos Str., GR-105 57 Athens
mm5 × 3: Eleni Kamma, Alien Oosting, Thyra Schmidt (curated by Bea Otto)
2 – 12 October 2014
mmTreasure Island (group exhibition)
September 26 – November 8 2014
Curatorial team: Yiannis Toumazis, Louli Michaelidou, Anber Onar, Despo Pasia,Kyriakos Pachoulides,Elena Stylianou
Participating artists: Emin Cizenel, Lia Haraki, Eleni Kamma, Nurtane Karagil, Gabriel Lester, Literary Agency Cyprus/Whirling Words, Mesearch Lab Researchers, Panayiotis Michael, Savvas Papasavva, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Pick Nick,Alexandros Pissourios, Sara Mara Samsara, Nicolas Tschopp, Stephanos Tsivopoulos and Sholeh Zahraei/Kamil Saldun.
Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre-Associated with the Pierides Foundation, Cyprus
mmYar bana bir eğlence (Oh, for some Amusement!)
13 September – 18 October 2014
Galerie Nadja Vilenne
mmResidency at Ateliers RAVI, Liege
September – November 2014
Competition first prize, Three urban sculptures Sittard-Born-Geleen in cooperation with Breg Horemans
We are happy to announce that the city council of Sittard-Born-Geleen has granted Eleni Kamma and Breg Horemans the competition for three urban sculptures. The structures embody the idea of a ‘double trinity’ and will be built in 2015.
mmSIC seminars April – December 2014
mmResidency at NiMAC, Nicosia
mmMondriaan Fonds, Project Grant
mmVilla Romana 1905–2013. Das Künstlerhaus in Florenz
22.11.2013 – 9.3.2014
Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4, 53113 Bonn
Participating artists: Shannon Bool, Mariechen Danz, Heide Hinrichs, Daniel Maier-Reimer, Nine Budde, Sophie Reinhold, Yorgos Sapountzis, Eleni Kamma, Aglaia Konrad, Henrik Olesen, Thomas Kilpper, Rebecca Ann Tess, Martin Pfeifle, Anna Heidenhain, Anna Moeller, Eske Schlüters, Olivier Foulon, Kalin Lindena, Benjmain Yavuzsoy, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Asli Sungu, Dani Gal, Michail Pirgelis, Silke Markefka, Ines Schaber / Stefan Pente, Maya Schweitzer, Mario Rizzi, Edi Hila, Amelie von Wulffen, Max Neumann, Inge Höher, Superstudio, Ketty La Rocca, Georg Baselitz, Horst Antes, Karl Georg Pfahler, Anna Oppermann, André Thomkins, Artur Stoll, Norbert Tadeusz, Gotthard Graubner, Hans Purrmann, Rudolf Riester, Richard Pietzsch, Kurt Tuch, Max Klinger, Arnold Boecklin, Karl Stauffer-Bern
An exhibition of the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in cooperation with the Villa Romana e.V.
mm…Of Those Who Inhabit Rooms
Fabienne Audéoud, Mette Edvardsen, Simon Hempel, Warja Honegger-Lavater, Henri Jacobs, Eleni Kamma, Aglaia Konrad, Belgian Institute for World Affairs (Jef Lambrecht and Karel Schoetens), Willem Oorebeek, Kristin Posehn, Stéphane Querrec, Jacqueline Schoemaker and Jozua Zaagman, Simon Thompson, Mitja Tušek, Katleen Vermeir and Ronny Heiremans, Simon Vincenzi (a.o.)
10 November – 7 December 2013
Twelve Cells for the Intoxicated
Saturdays 2 – 6pm or by appointment
Opening: Saturday 9 November 6 – 9pm
mmSo close, yet so far
mm6 unexpected places, 8 artists, a walk
Elodie Ledure, Chaim Van Luit, Eleni Kamma, Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Esther van de Pas, Patrick Bolk, Sjoerd Westbroek, Chris Keulen
8 November – 7 December 2013
Locations: Alex51GallerY ,Hanneke Bollen, Theater aan het Vrijthof, Intro in situ, Van Eyck, Zuidervrienden
Opening: Friday 8 November at 5pm on all locations
After-openings-party in the Theater aan het Vrijthof at 9pm, with performance of pianist Franck Bovet.
For more information please visit: www.muas.nl
mmThe Mediterranean experience:
mm The Mediterranean as a spatial paradigm
mm for circulation of ideas and meaning (group exhibition)
September 18 – December 31, 2013
Curator: Denys Zacharopoulos
Deputy Curators: Alexios Papazacharias, Maro Psyrra
Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
mmRepeat / rI' pi : t (group exhibition)
30 June – 29 September 2013
With Jacques Charlier – Olivier Foulon – Eleni Kamma – Aglaia Konrad – Sophie Langohr – Jacques Lizène – Capitaine Lonchamps – Emilio Lopez Menchero – Jacqueline Mesmaeker – Benjamin Monti – Pol Pierart – Valérie Sonnier – Walter Swennen – Raphaël Van Lerberghe – Marie Zolamian
Galerie Nadja Vilenne
5, rue du Commandant Marchand, 4000 Liège, Belgium
mmArtist Talk at
mmPiST/// Interdisciplinary Project Space
Monday 22 of July at 18.30
Pangalti Dere Sokak
No 8 A/B/C
30 June – 25 August 2013
With pieces and editions by Lone Haugaard Madsen, Celia Hempton, Eleni Kamma, Karl Larsson, Corin Sworn and more.
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany
mmRencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
June 25 – 30 2013
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
(The Tuner's Monologue is scheduled on: Thursday, June 27 from 1pm to 11pm)
mm‘You said yesterday – tomorrow’
1 june – 22 june
Group exhibition curated by Arno van der Mark and Q.S. Serafijn
Isa Genzken / D
Eleni Kamma / GR
Christian Marclay / USA
Arno van der Mark / NL
Joke Robaard / NL
Q.S. Serafijn / NL
Joëlle Tuerlinckx / B
Heino Zobernig / AU
Angle Gallery, Amsterdam
mmResidency at PiST///, Istanbul
2 May – 31 July 2013
with the support of the Mondriaan Fund
mmFound in Translation, Chapter M (group exhibition)
18 April – 5 May 2013
Curated by Emmanuel Lambion for Muse Programme,
THALIE ART PROJECT-Nathalie Guiot, Brussels
With Steven Baelen (Be), Roxane Borujerdi (FR/Irn) Aline Bouvy &
John Gillis (Lu / Be), Lucia Bru (Be), Elisabeth S. Clark (UK), Joachim
Coucke (B), Yael Davids (Isr), Koenraad Dedobbeleer (Be), Edith
Dekyndt (Be), Denicolai & Provoost (I/Be), Aleksandra Domanovic (Sl),
Jean-Pascal Flavien (F), Meschac Gaba (Ben), Dominique Ghesquière (F),
Camille Henrot (F), Sophie Haesaerts (B), Hedwig Houben (Nl), Khaled
Jarrar (Pal), Renaud Jerez (Fr), Eleni Kamma (Gr/Cy/Nl), Ermias
Kifleyesus (Eth), Valerie Mannaerts (Be), Jani Ruscica (Fl), Fabrice
Samyn (B), Martin Skauen (No), Maarten Vanden Eynde (Be).
mmA show a day keeps high cholesterol at bay
17 April – 21 April 2013
Featuring a series of solo presentations by:
Lucia Bru, Sofie Haesaerts, Eleni Kamma, Renaud Jerez, Ermias Kifleyesus
Bn PROJECTS - Maison GREGOIRE in Art Brussels
mmEleni Kamma is one of the 50 artists
nominated for the Prix de Rome 2013 (Longlist)
mmThe Beginning continued (group exhibition)
15 February – 5 March 2013 (roonroom)
15 February – 22 March 2013 (Mehrwert e.V.)
mmParticipating in ARCO Madrid 2013
13 – 17 February with Nadja Vilenne
mmP Like Politics, P Like Parrots (solo)
2 February – 24 March 2013
Curated by Denys Zacharopoulos and Alexios Papazacharias
Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
mmThe Beginning (group exhibition)
Wild West Active Space
4 December 2012 – 19 January 2013
1st floor, Heggenstraat 16,
Maastricht, The Netherlands
mmScreening Room: Brussels
10 – 12 December 2012, 7 pm
D 50676 Cologne
mmRencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid/Paris
30 November – 8 December 2012
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris
(The Tuner's Monologue screened
on Wednesday, 5 December, Salle J.Gremillon)
mmThe Beginning (Group exhibition)
At the Wild West Active Space
4 December 2012, 20 h
Until 19 January 2013
1st floor, Heggenstraat 16
Maastricht, The Netherlands
mmNAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein (solo)
Preis für Junge Kunst Prijs voor Jonge Kunst Prix de l'Art Jeune
27 October – 25 November 2012
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany
mmTeach me Pet Me (Group exhibition)
11 October – 25 November 2012
Curated by Livia Pancu
tranzit.ro – Iasi office, Iasi, Romania
mmFound In Translation Chapter P Like Politics, P Like Parrots (solo)
4 October – 3 November 2012
Curated by Emmanuel Lambion
Maison Grégoire, Brussels
mmOn Dilettantism (Group exhibition)
15 September – 18 November 2012
Curator: Frank Motz
Halle 14, Leipzig
mm7th song (for Maldoror) (Group exhibition)
26 September – 7 October 2012
Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Pireos 260, Athens
mmPavillon-prêt-à-migrer da Vetrina a Pietrasanta (Group exhibition)
21 – 30 July 2012
Vetrina Arte Contemporanea, Pietrasanta, Italy
Enrico Mattei, Vehicle Projects. contemporary art
mmP Like Politics, P Like Parrots (solo)
12 June – 23 September 2012
Curated by Denys Zacharopoulos and Alexios Papazacharias
Alex Mylona Museum, Athens, Greece
mmOn Dilettantism (Group exhibition)
1 June – 12 August 2012
Curator: Frank Motz
mmFrom bank to bank on a gradual slope (solo)
25 May – 28 June 2012
Villa Romana, Florence, Italy
mm1rst International Motion Festival (IMF) (screening)
23 – 24 March 2012
European University Campus, Nicosia
mmThe Drawing Room (Group exhibition)
10 December 2011 – 14 January 2012
Curated by Maria Stathi
Omikron Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
mmFound in Translation, Chapter L
A project curated by Emmanuel Lambion for Casino Luxembourg
1 October 2011 – 8 January 2012
With Lara ALMARCEGUI, Juan Arata, Wojciech BAKOWSKI, Pierre BISMUTH, Aline BOUVY & John GILLIS, Lucia BRU, Liudvikas Buklys, Francisco CAMACHO (Co), Ludovic CHEMARIN copyright (F), Jos De Gruyter & Harald Thys, Koenraad DEDOBBELEER, Edith DEKYNDT, Simona DENICOLAI and Ivo PROVOOST, Agnès GEOFFRAY, gerlach & koop, Sofie HAESAERTS, Saskia HOLMKVIST, Hedwig HOUBEN, Ann-Veronica JANSSENS, Eleni KAMMA, Ermias KIFLEYESUS, Gabriel KURI, Adrien Lucca, Jani RUSCICA, Robert Suermondt, Simon STARLING, Pieter VERMEERSCH, Vvork, Freek WAMBACQ
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