Museum of Cycladic Art - DESTE PRIZE: An Anniversary Exhibition, 1999-2015

Organized on the occasion of the eighteenth anniversary of the DESTE Prize, the show titled DESTE Prize: An Anniversary Exhibition, 1999-2015 showcases works by the nine recipients of the prize from 1999 to 2015 together for the first time.
The artists participating in the exhibition are: Loukia Alavanou, Anastasia Douka, Eirene Efstathiou, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Maria Papadimitriou, Angelo Plessas, Georgia Sagri, Kostas Sahpazis, and Panayota Tzamourani.
The exhibition will be on view until September 17, 2017

Kostas Sahpazis // Loose bonds, 2016. Aluminum 30 x 65 x 38 cm.
Angelo Plessas // Eternal Internet Brother/Sisterhood (1-3), 2015. Installation view, DESTE Prize 2015, Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens Courtesy of the The Breeder, Athens. Photo: George Sfakianakis.
Maria Papadimitriou // Rotobolo, 2016 Video projection Dimensions variable. Installation view, Laboratory Antigone, 2016. Commissioned by the Onassis Cultural Center New York in conjunction with the Onassis Festival NY 2016: Antigone Now Photo: Joseph Coscia, Jr.
Georgia Sagri // Documentary of Behavioral Currencies / Sofas, 2016. Inkjet print on Tyvek paper 19 x 13 cm.
Panayiota Tzamourani // Mad Object / Maddened Subject, 1997 (video still). Video VHS 08:35 min.
Anastasia Douka // ΝΟ POCKETS, 2014 (detail). Bleach drawing on clothing, radiator rosin paper cast, found fountain filter, concrete, person sitting still (Jiyoung Yoon), rosin paper head cast. Dimensions variable. Installation view, The Four Horsemen (in collaboration with Ilie Paun Capriel and Michaela Murphy), St. Sylvester Gymnasium, Chicago, 2014, Courtesy of the artist.
Loukia Alavanou // The Hunter, 2014 (video still). Single-screen HD. Video with sound 08:00 min.
Christodoulos Panayiotou // Installation view, Days and Ages, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 2014. Photo: Moderna Museet / Asa Lunden.
Eirene Estathiou // Other Things Happen in December Besides Christmas 2, 2015-16. Oil and screen print on paper mounted on aluminum. 2 parts; 33 x 33 cm each. Courtesy the artist and Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens.
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