HYDRA SCHOOL PROJECTS, June 17 – September 18, 2011

Curator and director DIMITRIOS ANTONITSIS with his dog in a room dedicated to Juergen Teller’s photographies of Kristen McMenamy for 032c at the current exhibition of HYDRA SCHOOL PROJECTS. Every summer he produces an exhibition with an eclectic mix of artists in an elementary school on the Greek island of Hydra. This year’s exhibition MASH UP features photography by Konstantinos Athanasiou, Jeffrey Apoian, Mark Borthwick, Anthony Goicolea, Natasha Papadopoulou, Dirk Peuker, and Juergen Teller as well as jewellery by Christophe Graber, Persephoni, Yumiko Saito + Angela Dorazio, Konstantinos Skarmoutsos, Elena Votsi, and House of Waris. Catalogue available; more information available under +30 693 8024554.

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