• Yota Ioannidou - A case of perpetual "no" - May 12 - July 14, 2018

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    Yota Ioannidou , Evidence 1, 2018, print installation, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and State of Concept Athens

     

     

    State of Concept is happy to present Yota Ioannidou's solo exhibition, entitled "A Case of Perpetual No", curated by iLiana Fokianaki. 

    Opening: May 11, 20.00 - 23.00
    Exhibition Duration: 12.05.18 - 14.07.18

     

    Ioannidou's exhibition at State of Concept inaugurates a new exhibition chapter that will develop in the coming two years entitled "Department of Justice", delving into artistic and curatorial practices that investigate the scope of the judicial and researching real events that have had societal impacts: court cases that have divided society and political trials that changed the course of local histories. It will manifest via solo exhibitions, oral histories and other archival forms and launches with "A Case Of Perpetual No" by Yota Ioannidou, co-produced with DAI.

     

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    The Symposium : From '68 to '18: Feminisms and Greece that was scheduled for May 20th will be postponed until further notice.

     

     

    Thank you for your understanding. 

     

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    Feminist activists protesting for changes in abortion laws, Athens 1984

     

    Drawing stock from the fifty years since May'68, we co-organise a round table of discussions and presentations together with the French Institute of Athens. Invited are art historians, academics, artists and curators, that will try to narrate an overview and a rethinking of the ideas and actions that occured in Europe during May '68, and the changes in social and political scene of today. They will try to answer to questions such as : What are the legacies of the second wave feminism in Greece, that during '68, was under dictatorship? What are the footprints of feminism today in the country? And how are they reflected in the greek art scene?

     

    Participants: Despina Zefkili, Yota Ioannidou, Elpida Karaba, This is not a feminist project, a.o.