Two images from the Integral Lens project will be exhibited at the 'Polymorfia' exhibition curated by art historian Eugenia Alexaki.
Venue: i-D Concept Store / i-D ProjectArt
Address: 12 Kanari & Sekeri Street, Kolonaki, Athens, Greece
Date: November 2 - December 7, 2019
The exhibition and fundraising is organized by Fulbright Foundation Athens as part of the Art Supports Education Program. More info here:
"The Fulbright Foundation and Fulbright Artists Alumni, in collaboration with i-D ProjectArt, invite you to support the Fulbright Scholarship Program by acquiring a work of art. All proceeds will benefit the Fulbright Scholarship Program. The “Art Supports Education – Fulbright Alumni Art Series” is an initiative that began in 2009. In recognition of the fundamental role of education, Fulbright artist alumni donate their works in support of the Fulbright Scholarship Program.
This year’s series, “Fulbright POLYMORPHIA”, aims to highlight the diversity (polymorphia) of expression that characterizes the contemporary visual art scene and the arts in general, an element that is firmly supported by the Fulbright Artist Program.
The artists’ critical thinking and creative exploration of new or even unconventional approaches, forms and concepts can activate new perspectives on various social issues from social cohesion to sustainability and provide valuable tools through which we could better understand our contemporary, multicultural/polymorphic and ever-changing world, thus fostering social empathy.
Erieta Attali, Dora Economou, Efi Chalikopoulou, Leonidas Chalepas, Titina Chalmatzi, Sofia Dona, Fotis Flevotomos, Elias Kafouros, Pygmalion Karatzas, Diane Katsiaficas, Zoe Keramea, Apostolos Kilessopoulos, Sia Kyriakakos, Pelagia Kyriazi, Maria Letsiou, Ioannis Michalou(di)s, Eleni Mylonas, Dimitris Papaioannou + Marilena Stafylidou, Lambros Papanikolatos, Vangelis Pliarides, Loukia Richards, Fotis Sagonas, Alex Simopoulos, Georgios Taxidis, Antonis Theodoridis, Angeliki Chaido Tsoli, Giorgios Tzinoudis, Costas Varotsos, Nikolas Ventourakis, Adonis Volanakis, Kristina Williamson, Zafos Xagoraris, Yiorgis Yerolymbos, Sotos Zachariadis, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos."