"21! New Greek Painting "is an exhibition about the present of modern Greek painting, about its trends, its expressions, its interactions, its future.
It is an experimental exhibition on perhaps the most traditional medium, painting.
The exhibition "21! New Greek Painting "includes 21 painters who open new, exciting and unexpected paths in contemporary Greek art. Without certainties and without explicit conceptions, the exhibition leaves the viewer to create his own paths, to give his own answers and to develop his own emotional relationships with the work and its enjoyment.
The exhibition is organized by the curatorial team Ex Situ (Eleni Koukou and Theofilos Trampoulis) in the city of Agios Nikolaos in Crete and expands the systematic program of contemporary art of the Municipality of Agios Nikolaos and its Cultural Organization. In near future the exhibition "21! New Greek Painting "will be reorganized in Athens.

Participating artists: Ileana Arnaoutou, Konstantinos Giotis, Giorgos Gyzis, Alexia Karavela, Stelios Karamanolis, Andreas Ragnar Kasapis, Panagiotis Kefalas, Kiki Kolimbari, Giorgos Kontis, Karolina Krasouli, Aristides Lappas, Varvara Liakounakou, Angelos Merges, Nikos Moschos, Anastasia Pavlou, Giorgos Stamkopoulos, Antonis Stoatzikis, Anastasis Stratakis, Sasha Streshna, Stella Tsoumatidou, Georgia Fambris.

Opening: Friday, December 3, 7 pm at the Archaeological Museum of Agios Nikolaos
Duration: December 2021-January 2022 
Edited by: Ex Situ (Eleni Koukou and Theofilos Trampoulis), exsitu.gr
Organization: Cultural Sports Organization of the Municipality of Agios Nikolaos, Ephorate of Antiquities of Lassithi, Region of Crete and ex situ
Under the auspices and with the support of the Ministry of Culture

 




The group show ‘’WAAG. We are all Greeks 1821 '' dedicated to two hundred years of the Struggle for Greek Independence continues at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Palazzo Rizzo in Palermo, from October 8 to December 8.
The project is based on an idea by Vassilis Karampatsas and Francesco Piazza, who is also the curator, and is developed in seven themes with concise texts, poems or excerpts of political speeches, as well as works by 15 artists from the Italian and Greek contemporary art scene.
The exhibition is organized by the Hellenic Community of Sicily "Trinakria", Palermo in collaboration with the Museum of Byzantine Culture of Thessaloniki and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Palazzo Rizo, Palermo, where it will be transferred in September. It also enjoys the valuable support of the "Greece 2021" Commission, as well as of the Italian Educational Institute of Athens and the Region of Cultural Heritage and Sicilian Identity of Sicily.

Greece is represented by the artists Spyros Angelopoulos, Manolis Anastasakos, Kiki Kolympari, Nikos Moschos, George Tansarlis, Stelios Faitakis, Georgia Fambris, as well as the Italians Andrea Buglisi, , Michele Ciacciofera, Giorgio Distefano, Emanuele Giuffrida, Filippo La Vaccara, Ignazio Cusimano Schifano, Max Serradifalco, William Marc Zanghi.

08.10-08.12.2021
Museo Regionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea - Palazzo Belmonte Riso
Via Vittorio Emanuele, 365 90134
Palermo 90134
Italy

 

Eighteen paintings by Nikos Moschos, coming from Private Collections as well as the Zoumboulakis Galleries along with two newly-created works of sculpture, will be on display between June 27th and September 26th, 2021 at Bazeos Tower in Naxos. About the exhibition, entitled "Animated Connotations", art historian Francesco Piazza wrote: "If modern painting is marked by a return to representation at the expense of both abstract and conceptual art, we owe it to artists like Nikos Moschos, who shapes his notion of art through a new visual idiom that is unpredictable and filled with dramatic and mature symbolism.
Moschos' art pounces on the senses like a punch in the gut or a flash in the eye. It is mesmerizing, anaesthetizing; it stirs up memory and all the senses. Each of his works contains the intention to describe forms and figures, starting with their cognitive process and their ability to create new worlds through global stereotypes—the reality from which we all originate and which we all believe to know.
The modular illustrative narrative countervails the immobility of the painting, automatically prompting the human perception to set the images observed in motion, giving rise to thoughts and feelings, while also infiltrating global archetypes through one’s own personal language.
The exhibition is an integral part of the program of the 21st Naxos Festival, which has been staged every summer at and around the Bazaios Tower, a listed 17th-century monument in the inland of Naxos. The Festival is carried out under the auspices and with the support of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports.

Curator: Mario Vazaios
Organization: AEON Cultural Organization - Naxos Festival 2021
www.bazeostower.gr|naxosfestival.gr

27. 6 – 26. 9. 2021
Bazeos Tower
Opening: Saturday, 26 June 2021, 11:00 - 15:00
Daily except Mondays, 10:00-17:00
Situated on the 12th Km of the main road linking the capital city of Naxos (Chora), with the seacoast of Agiassos
Naxos



 



From May 15th until the 29th of August the exhibition of contemporary art entitled ‘’WAAG. We are all Greeks 1821’’ will take place at the Museum of Byzantine Culture of Thessaloniki, dedicated to the celebration of the two hundred years since the Greek Independence.
The exhibition is based on an idea by Vassilis Karampatsas and Francesco Piazza, who is also the curator, and is developed in seven themes with concise texts, poems or excerpts of political speeches, as well as works by 15 artists from the Italian and Greek contemporary art scene.
The exhibition is organized by the Hellenic Community of Sicily "Trinakria", Palermo in collaboration with the Museum of Byzantine Culture of Thessaloniki and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Palazzo Rizo, Palermo, where it will be transferred in September. It also enjoys the valuable support of the "Greece 2021" Commission, as well as of the Italian Educational Institute of Athens and the Region of Cultural Heritage and Sicilian Identity of Sicily.

Greece is represented by the artists Spyros Angelopoulos, Manolis Anastasakos, Kiki Kolympari, Nikos Moschos, George Tansarlis, Stelios Faitakis, Georgia Fambris, as well as the Italians Andrea Buglisi, , Michele Ciacciofera, Giorgio Distefano, Emanuele Giuffrida, Filippo La Vaccara, Ignazio Cusimano Schifano, Max Serradifalco, William Marc Zanghi.

15.05-29.08.2021
Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki
2 Stratou Avenue
Thessaloniki




From 4 to 13 September in Genoa, in the Sala Liguria of the Palazzo Ducale, will be presented the
exhibition Il Respiro dell'Arte (The Breath of Art), the first stage of the international art project
conceived and curated by Virginia Monteverde, to give testimony to the difficult moment that the
world is going through struggling with COVID 19, which will then land in Germany, the
Netherlands and Switzerland.
The exhibition is promoted by the Art Commission with the collaboration of Palazzo Ducale
Fondazione per la Cultura and is supported by the Goethe Institut Genua, the Kosmos-Kultur-
Stiftung Foundation in Zug (Switzerland) and the International Poetry Festival of Genoa.
The project "Il Respiro dell'Arte", born during the lockdown, has been joined by artists from
different countries, invited to interpret and realize according to their vision and technique, what is
and will remain the symbol of the fight against the virus: the sanitary mask.
The project is enriched by the Dance and Poetry sections, in collaboration with Davide Francesca
and Francesca Pedullà who curated the Dance section, and Claudio Pozzani, director of the
International Poetry Festival of Genoa.


Participating artists :

Emiliano Alfonsi (Italy), Maria Rebecca Ballestra (Italy), Connie Bellantonio (Italy), Mariella
Bettineschi (Italy), Stefano Bigazzi (Italy), Andreas Burger (Germany), Tiziana Cera Rosco
(Italy), Marcela Cernadas (Spain and Argentina), Isabel Consigliere (Italy), Carla Crosio (Italy),
Pier Giorgio De Pinto (Switzerland), Loredana Galante (Italy), Armida Gandini (Italy), Mauro
Ghiglione (Italy), Gianluca Groppi (Italy), Sophie Hjerl (Danimarca), Carla Iacono (Italy), Fukushi
Ito (Japan and Italy), Leslie Johnson (Sweden), Friederike Just (Germany), Federica Marangoni
(Italy), Florencia Martinez (Argentina and Italy), Luisa Mazza (Italy), Viviana Milan (Italy),
Maurizio Nazzaretto (Italy), Giuseppe Negro (Italy), Nikos Moschos (Grecia), Anna Oberto
(Italy), Angelo Pretolani (Italy), Paola Rando (Italy), Silvano Repetto (Switzerland), Fried
Rosenstock (Germany), Roberto Rossini (Italy), Marco Rotelli (Italy), Alexander Schabracq
(Netherlands), Nina Staehli (Germany and Switzerland), Tadzia e Jean Sadao (Italy and Japan),
Nano Valdes (Spain), Anne-Claire van del Elshout (Netherlands).


4. 9 - 13. 9. 2020
Everyday from 11.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m
Sala Liguria/  Palazzo Ducale
Genoa




Zoumboulakis Galleries present Nikos Moschos’s solo exhibition “Adaptation conditions” on Thursday, February 13th, 2020 at 8 pm. He will present acrylics on canvas and works on paper, created during the last few years.
The main question in this body of work is the adaptation procedure in new conditions, the idea of continuous transition, the reconstitution of material, notions and consequently of human mentality. This theme is developed around individual thematics-occasions which have preoccupied artists for centuries now (and not artists alone).

13. 02 - 07. 03. 2020
Zoumboulakis Galleries
20 Kolonaki Square, Kolonaki
Athens



On the occasion of Nikos Moschos’ retrospective show entitled "Marginally Human", the Region of Crete published a complete catalogue of his works from 2012 until 2019. The catalogue is bilingual (Greek/ English) and includes two insightful texts by Christopher Marinos and James Wright. The catalog was designed by Resolution Creative Design Studio and it was printed by Macart Graphic Arts .

Resolution Creative Design Studio

Macart Graphic Arts




The Region of Crete and the Municipality of Heraklion are organizing a retrospective art exhibition of the works of painter Nikos Moschos titled “Marginally human” at the Municipal Art Gallery of Heraklion/Basilica of Saint Mark. The inauguration of the exhibition will take place on Friday 12 July 2019, at 19:00.
The duration of the exhibition will be from 12 July until 29 August.
The exhibition will include works created from 2012 until 2019 which are parts of both Greek and foreign collections, while at the same time, new works will be presented for the first time.
Within the context of the exhibition, a catalogue of the works will be released containing essays by the art historian Christophoros Marinos and Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology James Wright.
The exhibition will be open to the public every day, from Monday to Friday 09:00-14:00 and 17:00-21:00. On Saturdays 09:00-14:00 and on Sundays it will remain closed.


Municipal Art Gallery of Heraklion/Basilica of Saint Mark
Opening Friday July 12th
Moday-Friday 09:00-14:00 and 17:00-21:00/ Saturday 09:00-14:00/ Sunday closed
Kallergon square 100, 712 02
Heraklion, Crete

 



On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo Da Vinci’s death, the Art Commission Association in collaboration with the Museo di Sant’Agostino of Genoa, presents the LEONARDESCA contemporary art exhibition.
The exhibition curated by Virginia Monteverde with the critical presentation of Lorenzo Mortara, will be inaugurated on Saturday 27 April at 17.00 and will remain on show until 31 May 2019, at the Sant’Agostino Museum. From June the exhibition will move to Poland housed within the Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes of Szczecin.
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On display the works of 19 artists:
Gianluca Capozzi, Luisella Carretta, Georgia Fambris, Loredana Galante, Armida Gandini, Carla Iacono, Kiki Kolympari, Ilaria Margutti, Maurizio Melis, Viviana Milan, Nikos Moschos, Mimmo Padovano, Angelo Pretolani, Davide Ragazzi, Roberto Rossini, Renata Soro, Vania Elettra Tam, Christian Zanotto, Leszek Zebrowski

27.4 - 31.5.2019
Museo di Sant'Agostino
Piazza Sarzano, 35 R, 16128
Genoa


Leonardesca