Moscow Poetry Club combines in a single project visual actions and poetry. The project comprises reciting poetry and performances by poets and artists from Greece and other countries, as well as projects Poets Machine (Yula Hadjigeorgiou) and Common Cause 3 (Igor Makarevich and Elena Elagina). The exhibition is on show at the Warehouse #3 in the city port, opening hours: Mondayа through Sunday, 11:00-20:00, until September 27.
The exhibition sets the following questions: How is an art work structured? How is a collection ‘built’? How is the content of a collection restructured in relation to new spaces of its reception and the curatorial task? All these are questions that in order to be answered lead to the three-sectioned, organizational mechanism, which is based on a self that decides and that creates an organic system, a whole, a whole every time different.
Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday-Sunday: 10:00-18:00, Friday: 10:00-14:00 and 18:00-21:00. On Mondays the exhibition is closed.
Alexander Djikia presents his in-site installation at the Thessaloniki Archeological Museum inspired by motifs of Cretan-Mycenaean seals. The exhibition will last till November 1. Opening hours: Monday: 13:30-20:00, Tuesday-Sunday: 8:00-20:00.