If you are visiting Santorini this summer, don’t miss the International Biennale Of Arts. Short films and videos, installations, painting, sculpture, collage, industrial design, photography, ceramics make Santorini the center of Arts this summer!
The main part of the Biennale will be mainly held in the village of Pyrgos and it is extended also to the town of Fira, to Akrotiri, to Imerovigli and Oia Village for both exhibition and parallel events.
Biennale’s main exhibitions will be open from 1st August until 30th September 2012.
It’s been some time that we haven’t recommended any art event. There are only some days left but it is worth mentioning Cultura Inquieta. This festival combines all forms of art; cinema, music, theater, painting, live performances, visual arts, street art, photography…the list is endless!
So if you are visiting Madrid by the end of this month don’t miss it. Get a copy of the program here and a taste of photography exhibitions below!
This year’s concept, Visualize Athens, invites you to experience a spectacular journey into the world of Digital Arts and New Media, inaugurating and utilizing a 5.000m² building complex at the heart of the Historic centre of Athens, as well as the surrounding public spaces (Stoa Kourtaki, Ayias Irinis sq., Kolokotroni str.), thus creating a network of urban artistic interventions and with free admission for the first time.
With 2.000 entries from 69 countries, Athens Video Art Festival promises yet another amazing edition with 3 days of the best in digital creativity, cutting edge technology and design and, of course, lots of fun until the wee hours!
Athens Photo Festival 2011, culminates with the opening of the main exhibition program at Technopolis, Gazi. Besides the exhibitions, the program consists of various events such as Athens Photo Inspiration 2011, Photography Nights, Portfolio reviews, Photography as Photography, masterclasses, bookshop, educational programs for children, volunteer’s programs and special tours.
“Architecture is more than just building square meters. It has more to offer than a pragmatic answer to a practical question. It can provide, or at least hint at, a possible future, an unexpected potential. Beyond its sheer volume and mass, it does have the capability to influence its economical, social and cultural context.”
These words come from the Manifest of “Sofia Architecture Week” that will take place in Sofia between 1st and 6th November.
I couldn’t agree more!
Three main exhibitions are taking place: Czech Architectural Cubism; Berlin-Photographic exhibition by Gerrit Engel and Invisible Sofia that will be opened preliminary before the start of the festival.
The program of the festival includes: 15 exhibitions, 12 lectures, 7 workshops, 8 discussions, 3 themes with a visit of special places, 2 parties, work meetings, presentations, 4 films, etc.
The festival is organized by Edno magazine, America for Bulgaria Foundation and Sofia municipality. The program is part of the cultural calendar of Sofia, candidate for European city of culture 2019.