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Mondays at Arcade

THE non-profit cultural organisation Stoa Aeschylou has announced the its third activity, which is part of the experimental art project Arcade Project.

Called Mondays at Arcade, its aim is the creation of a series of exhibitions dealing with an art event not necessarily as a result of a long-term cooperation but as something that is directly related with the sense of "Time".

The request is that artists should submit their proposals and create works of different genres of art, inside the space of Stoa Aeschylou, that will be directly related either to the space it self and/or to the surrounding area in the old town of Nicosia.

The proposals may deal with all kinds of activities. For example art, experimental performances, acts using live media, projects involving electro music combined with optical presentation, video installations, interactive projects, locative media and so on.

The final result will be presented every Monday, from November until December in the Stoa Aeschylou space.

The artists have from Wednesday to Sunday to work on their projects. After that, the final outcome will be presented on the following Monday at a time and duration they will choose to (either day or night and duration of up to 24 hours).

The activity will commence in November 2008 and will last until the end of December 2008, for nine Mondays in a row.

During the examination of the applications, the organisation will take into consideration if they meet the criteria and aims of the activity.

More infoirnmation on 22 433418.

The season has started,

and the ladies rule

And, it appears the ladies are ahead. There’s Dora Oronti with her "Tales of Hoffman" at Silks Gallery, Limassol.

Judith Costantinou opens at Kyklos, Paphos next Friday. Irene Kana closed at Mesa Yitonia Cultural Centre, Limassol last night, whilst Katerina Katodrytou’s Fallen Utopia carries on at Diatopos until October 16.

Meanwhile, Elvira Gallery in Ledra Street, Nicosia has Amalia Hadjinicolaou‘s "biobody – century 21st" on until November 15. Also various studio kitchens, studio front rooms and studio parlours in the Paphos/ Limassol district appear to be welcoming continually with art for your sitting rooms.

News comes in of new and excellent female exhibitions in four of our Nicosia established galleries:

Despo Frederikou at Gloria’s tonight Friday, September 19.

Stavri Pericleous at Strovolos Municipal Hall on Monday, September 22.

Miriam McConnon at Apocalypse on September 26.

Evridiki Demosthenous at Opus 39 on Monday, September 29.

Despo Frederikou Gloria Gallery

The artist had exceptionally intellectualised paintings in ravishing colour at her last exhibition in the Nicosia Municipal Museum.

Despo’s new opening is at 7.30 tonight at Gloria Gallery. It continues until Monday, October 6. A MUST.

Stavri Pericleous

This will be a brilliant debut. Stavri was born in Nicosia in 1958 and studied at the American Academy and later at the English Tutorial Centre.

However she is self taught in painting. A natural Cypriot great.

Her exhibition at Strovolos Municipal Hall is presented by the Technotropio Art Club and will be opened by the actress Sofia Kalli at Strovolos Municipal Hall at 7 pm on Monday September 22, remaining open until the 26th of the month. HURRY.

Having seen, recently, all of her work I can honestly say that Cyprus has yet another original talent. A brilliant debut.

Miriam McConnon Papageorgiou

Miriam has titled her Apocalypse exhibition "Silent Innocence” and it opens on September 26, continuing until October 10.

The artist was born in Dublin, Ireland.

She graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland in 1999 with a B.A. in Fine Art Painting.

In 2000 she completed a post-graduate diploma at the Cyprus College of Art, Lemba.

It was then that she met her husband, a Cypriot from Paphos, went to live in Ireland for the following three years where she exhibited in galleries in Ireland and in London.

In 2003 she returned to Cyprus More next week.

Evridiki Demosthenous Opus 39

Evridiki’s exhibition will be opened at Opus Gallery on Monday, September 29 by Dr Petros Stylianou, continuing until October 4.

More information nearer the event.

Iosif Hadjikyriakos Gallery Kypriaki Gonia

This exhibition of paintings by Iosif Hadjikyriakos will be opened by Larnaca Mayor Andreas Moyseos today, Friday (September 19) at 7.30 pm and will continue until October 1.

Iosif was born in Larnaca in 1979. He gained his degree in Art at the Academia di Belle Arti, Venice, and Art History in Venice –Ca’Foscari University. He has shown his work in various exhibitions in Italy, Greece and Cyprus.

Some of his paintings are in the permanent collections of the National Museum of Modern Art of Rome, the Gallery of the Makarios III Foundation, the Civil Gallery of Corfu.

In 2004 he won the Marc de Montalemert Prize and the next year he exhibited at the 51st Venice Biennale.

He has collaborated as scene and costume designer in various theatres in Cyprus and Italy.

Both Gallery K and Technis Dromena have collective exhibitions. See Coming Events.


Big Other’s Little Other

Presented by Aeschylus Arcade Cultural Organisation (Old Nicosia) is an absolutely brilliant show.

Psychologist Kleanthis Neophytou is responsible for "ADVANCING" the participating artists who have shed their pasts and moved into the new. Photographs by Christos Avraamides. Until September 27th.

 
 
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