City Project 2020 | Disoriented dance / Misled planet | Dionisis Kavallieratos
NEON
Odeon of Herod Atticus, Athens, 105 55

City Project 2020 | Disoriented dance / Misled planet | Dionisis Kavallieratos

Exhibition

NEON and the Athens & Epidaurus Festival are pleased to announce a newly commissioned site-specific installation by Greek artist Dionisis Kavallieratos at the Odeon of Herod Atticus, Athens.

The exhibition Disoriented dance / Misled planet is part of NEON City Project 2020 and will be the first ever contemporary art exhibition to be staged in this ancient venue situated below the Acropolis.

The new partnership with the Athens Festival comes amidst a challenging period for society and allows NEON to contribute to re-establishing the city’s cultural activities and to reconnecting with artists and the public at the archeological site.

Curated by Polina Kosmadaki, Art Historian & Curator, Benaki Museum, Athens.

CITY PROJECT is an initiative for public art and the city, conceived and commissioned annually by NEON to a Greek artist. NEON aims to activate public and historical places through contemporary art, contributing to the interaction of art, society and the city.

5 June, 2020 to 3 July, 2020
Info: 

City Project 2020 | New commission to Dionisis Kavallieratos

Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens

Curator | Polina Kosmadaki, Art Historian & Curator, Benaki Museum, Athens

Photography © Natalia Tsoukala; Courtesy NEON

Free Entrance

Pre-booking is essential.
Please book date and time of visit here.

Visitor Instructions

The exhibition will take place in accordance with the health authorities’ advice on social distancing, prioritising health and safety. In light of this, the exhibition will have a maximum capacity of 20 people, with entry permitted every twenty minutes.

For wheelchair users and people with severe mobility difficulties, ramped access is provided. For more information please contact us at contact@neon.org.gr

Organization / Production: 
ΝΕΟΝ and Athens & Epidaurus Festival
Venue: 
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
Hours: 
Tue-Sun | 5:00-8:30pm
Tickets: 
Free Entrance | Pre-booking is essential
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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