The 48 artists featured in the exhibition Confinements curated by Dimitris Trikasat the Dromokaitio P.H.A., participate with works that are dialectic, collide and, in any case, respond to the space and the semantic axis of the exhibition, works from the entire spectrum of the visual and not only the vocabulary of contemporary art: sculptures and installations, videos,sound constructions, painting, photography and performative actions. In parallel with the visual part, 5

For a second consecutive year, NEON activates the emblematic building of the former Public Tobacco Factory as part of its collaboration with the Hellenic Parliament to present Dream On, a contemporary art exhibition that celebrates art in the public space. Curated by Dimitris Paleocrassas, Art historian and consultant of the D.Daskalopoulos Collection, Dream On brings together 18 large-scale installations from the D.Daskalopoulos Collection by Greek and international artists, as well as a newly commissioned work,

Recent culture and industry changes have allowed greater space for Native American artists to create in ways that feel right to us. Yet, just as in previous centuries, there is no sufficiently shared context that allows non-Native people to effectively access what we’ll loosely call the many ‘Indigenous realities’, whether individual or communal. To hear Athabascan and Inupiaq artist Erin Ggaadimits Ivalu Gingrich talk about her upcoming appearance at Art