19th Media Art Biennale WRO 2021 "REVERSO¨
Opening events: May 12–15, 2021,
WRO Art Center
30 DEC - JUL 2021
The Right to Silence? GREECE IN USA, CUNY, City University of New York, Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery. Founding Director and Curator Sozita Goudouna
The Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
860 11th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
The Hysterophimia (tr. posthumous fame) Pavilion is the Greek Pavilion for this year's edition of The Wrong new digital art biennale. Starting from Athens and representing a variety of Greek and international artists,
Charlotte Eifler, Kyriaki Goni, For Cancel, Margarita Athanasiou, Jonas Lund, Erica Lapadat-Jazen, Maria Judova and Constantine Nisidis, Yorgos Papafigos, Shinseungback Kimyonghun, Spyros Aggelopoulos, Gertruda Gilyte and Kailum Graves.
Curator: Foteini Vergidou
Duration: 01.11.2019 – 01.03.2020
Kappatos Gallery Summer Pop-Up June 19 – 23
Marina Abramovic – Lynda Benglis – Louise Bourgeois – Chryssa – Eirini Georgopoulou – Patrick Heron – Mihalis Katzourakis – William Kentridge – George Lappas – Natalia Manta – Sarah Morris – Bjorn Willy Mortensen – Yorgos Papafigos – Vasilis Salpistis – George Sampsonidis – Santiago Sierra – Pavlina Vagioni
The Talos Element
Private View: 1st March 6 – 9 pm
2nd March – 24th March 2019
Evi Kalogiropoulou / Yorgos Papafigos / Valinia Svoronou / Theo Triantafyllidis
Gossamer Fog, London
Yorgos Papafigos: BORDERLESS PLACES
18 January - 23 February, 2019
Kappatos Gallery, Athens(Exhibited)
Kappatos gallery presents the second solo exhibition of Yorgos Papafigos. The exhibition’ s subject area is about human relation with new technologies and the World Wide Web and the concomitant influence that they exert on him through references to the video game aesthetics and the Internet culture.
A new series of artworks like moving images focuses on the Digital era and how immateriality affects human’ s perception of the real world through digital content (sound and image), which are generated entirely in the CPU. These digital artworks are a mash-up of disquieting situations, which take place in a fake world. Animated monochromatic bodies without a specific gender, identity , ethnicity, imaginary places which have been affected by ecological devastation. The compositions and environments consist of 3D modeling and 3D scanning data while the physical sculptures are related to the other components allegorically, as they represent hybrid objects.
The exhibition will present a selection of drawings, 3D printed installations and animation.
Meet emerging and established artist filmmakers, L.S. Barron, Zishi Han, Min Young Kim, Yorgos Papafigos, Korallia Stergides and Valinia Svoronou as they present their short film work and discuss it with peers and Adjunct Film Curator Gareth Evans.
SOAPBOX is a one-night screening presented by the Royal College of Art's Moving Image Pathway students. This event is a self-curated, student run initiative to present the multi-faceted nature of the moving image as a vehicle for political expression, theory, self-exploration, and information. This screening is a diverse collection of 30 works and excerpts ranging from experimental cinema and performance to animation, curated under a 3-minute umbrella. The 3-minute challenge capitalises on the short-film format as a way of presenting a range of voices.
Thursday 17th of May 5-7pm
Close Up Cinema
97 Sclater Street
Participating Artists: Rob Daglish | Kit Mead | Emma Finn | Luca Asta | Zoe Marden | Jiechen Zhang | Florian Luthi | Mathis Zhang | L. S Barron | Wei Shen | Lucia Sgrafetto | Xindi Zhou | Min young Kim | Yorgos Papafigos | Alexandre Khondji | Col Self | Len Murusalu | Nanna Giobb | Evi Kalogiropoulou | Eda Sarman | Anna Joesphine | Meng Zhou | Fan Wang | Paul Coombs | Joslyn Willauer | Lucy Loader | Vasiliki Antonopoulou | Cameron Randall | Maxmilian Fedyk | Yifei Gong
Accidental Encounters curated by Hyperlink
Opening: 26.04.2018, 19:00
GRACE - Athens
Iain Ball, Co – Buddy (Iain Ball & Valinia Svoronou), Dimitris Gketsis, Hypercomf, Evi Kalogiropoulou, Alexandra Koumantaki, Lea Collet & Marios Stamatis, Yorgos Papafigos, Clifford Sage, Pavlos Tsakonas, Yannis Voulgaris
25th Drawing Show
The Gig Economy: Depictions of Life and Responses to Work in the Digital Bazaar.
Curator: Robert Moeller
Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts
551 Tremont Street, Boston
November 4, 2017–January 7, 2018
58th THESSALONIKI INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
November 2-12, 2017 curator: Orestis Andreadakis
Proposing a subversive approach to cinema: Simone Weil’s The Need for Roots
The exhibition: “Taking Roots”
The International Competition section is complimented this year by a special exhibition titled “Taking Roots” that will be presented for the first time during the 58th TIFF at the Former Army Warehouse (Peer Α΄, Thessaloniki Port). TIFF invited 14 young Greek artists to watch the films of the IC section, become inspired and create 14 original works –paintings, sculptures, photographs, installations- for each one of the films. The participating artists are: Rania Bellou, Natasa Eftstathiadi, Dimitris Fragakis, Leonidas Giannakopoulos, Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Maria Kriara, Maria Mavropoulou, Kosmas Nikolaou, Yorgos Papafigos, Vassilis Selimas, Anastasis Stratakis, Stefania Strouza, Maria Tsagari and Paky Vlassopoulou. The exhibition is organised by TIFF with the support of the 6th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art.
Special prize in the category VIDEO ART, Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti di Torino
Homeostasis Lab - The Wrong Digital Art Biennale, Nov 1
Supernova Digital Animation Festival in Denver, Colorado, US (official selection)
ARTECITYA - ART SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY FESTIVAL (forthcoming) 9-17 September Artists: Katerina Athanasopoulou, Zois Loumakis, Yorgos Papafigos more
RCA Secret, The Dyson Gallery, London - 9 SEP
CICA Museum - Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, South Korea, July 14-30
Bazeos Tower – Naxos
June 3th – September 28th, 2017
Irini Gonou (GR)
Miyuki Kido (JP)
Yorgos Papafigos (GR)
Collin-Mura Smith (USA)
Manuela Zervudachi (FR)
Beirut art fair ME.NA.SA.ART
Cyberartspace.net curated by Sofia Eliza Bouratsi
Ex-military Kodra camp, Opening: 22-06-2015 -5july
The new group show entitled "10" will present works from the artists of the gallery.
Artists: Marina Abramovic, Lynda Benglis, Marie Voignier, Peggy Kliafa, Yiorgos Sampsonidis, Aliki Pappa, Michalis Katzourakis, Vassilis Salpistis, Yiorgos Papafigkos, Tim Shaw
FROM: 6 November 2014 - TO: 3 January 2015
Athinas 12, Athens 105 54, Greece