from 29.09.2013 to 1.12.2013 /
Former Athens Stock Exchange, 8-10 Sofokleous st. Athens, Greece
Workshop and Performance
Curated , produced and realized by the following diverse group of artists, curators, theorists and practitioners: David Adler, Polina Agapaki, Madeleine Amsler, Annita Apostolaki, Marilena Batali, Viviana Checchia, Kostas Christopoulos, Christos Dimolikas, Thanos Eleftherakos, Alkisti Efthimiou, Charles Esche, Thalia Geladaki, Zoë Gray, Brian Holmes, Dossy Iordanidou, Ilektra Kalaitzaki, Xenia Kalpaktsoglou, Elpida Karaba, Zafeiris Karampasis, Myrto Katsimicha, Fey Koutzoukou, Melina Legaki, Antonis Lyras, Christopher Marinos, Sheila Mathioudaki, Katerina Nikou, Galini Notti, Alexandros Nousias, Christian Oxenius, Mary Palmoutsou, Themis Papadimopoulos, George Papanagiotou, Panos Papanagiotou, Ilias Paraskevopoulos, Eleanna Pontikaki, Stephanie Smith, Nicky Sotiropoulou, Kostis Stafylakis, Glykeria Stathopoulou, Katerina Stavroula, Katerina Tselou, Nicky Tsianti, Evita Tsokanta, Poka-Yio, Despina Zefkili and coordinated by Stephanie Smith (Athens Biennale)
4th Athens Biennale 2013 AGORA
The Athens Biennale functions within an international network of large-scale periodic contemporary art events. It emerged from the intense cultural activity that makes Athens one of the most interesting places for contemporary art, and it aims to be an agent of constant change and innovation, provide a context for creativity and dialogue and constitute a wide platform for the designation and the critical engagement of local artistic production, as well as a forum of discussion and exchange with the international scene.
The Athens Biennale is organized by the Athens Biennale Non-Profit Organization, which was founded in November 2005 by Xenia Kalpaktsoglou, Poka-Yio, and Augustine Zenakos.