The end of the golden age. The exhibition comprises fifty black-and-white drawings and three installations.
On Tuesday, April 29 at 8:00 p.m. Maria Dimitriadi will present the new work by Miltos Michailidis under the general title “The end of the golden age.”
The exhibition comprises fifty black-and-white drawings and three installations, arranged in the gallery space so as to serve as illustrations to a single narrative yet at the same time retain their self-contained nature.
Overall, this series constitutes an artistic comment, an alternative approach to the current situation. Michailidis uses the drawings as a thread that joins together the installations as comments on today. Thus we get from the golden age that we must leave behind to a sort of ‘forced landing’ onto the present. Αs for the future, it depends mostly on what each of us chooses to carry over from the past.
This is the third solo exhibition of the artist in Medusa Art Gallery, and builds on the previous one, “Less than zero”, that took place in November 2010.
Image: "Untitled",2013, Ink and pencil in semitrasparent pare, 35x50 cm
Opening: Tuesday, April 29 at 8:00 p.m.
Medusa Art Gallery
Xenokratous Street 7 , 106 75, Kolonaki, Athens
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 12:00 – 21:30 & Saturday 11:00 – 16:00