REVIEWS

/ MARINA FOKIDIS
Angelo Plessas’s ”Temple of Truth”

REBECCA CAMHI GALLERY, Athens

View of Angelo Plessas ''Temple of Truth,'' Rebecca Camhi Gallery, Athens, 2012.
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Marina Fokidis

Communication is the quest, communication sans barriers. Angelo Plessas’s works form a certain kind of a deliberate “digitally naive” poetry, like a weed within the over-wrought special-effects garden of cyber space. His works are connected with the internet through organic and natural processes—but it’s not that he’s fascinated with technology... continue reading
Dirk Bell’s “Grid(love)r”

ANDREAS MELAS AND HELENA PAPADOPOULOS, Athens

View of, "Grid(love)r", Andreas Melas and Helena Papadopoulos, Athens, 2012.
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Marina Fokidis

The use of the written word in contemporary artworks is nothing new. The structure of text, meaning, semiology, as well as language’s effectiveness as a tool of communication have been explored for many years, by many extraordinary artists and in many ways. Kosuth, Weiner, Darboven, Rosen, you name it. Yet,... continue reading
Alex Hubbard’s “The Basement of Alamo”

ELENI KORONEOU GALLERY, Athens

View of, “The Basement of the Alamo”, Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens, 2011.
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Marina Fokidis

In “The Basement of Alamo,” Alex Hubbard transforms the Eleni Koroneou gallery into a laboratory of zymosis. For his first solo exhibition in Athens, the artist has presented a new series of seven paintings, all made in 2011, which rely on a dynamic juxtaposition of different materials and applications. Employing... continue reading

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