Artworks by twelve artists examine the concept of individuality in today’s world
The Hellenic American Union in conjunction with Athens Pride 2023 presents the group visual arts exhibition Alone in a Crowd curated by art critic Andrea Gilbert.
As the exhibition’s curator writes: “ALONE IN A CROWD explores the position of the individual in relation to the social whole. Twelve artists navigate the emotional and physical intersections of the personal and the communal, the private and the public, as well as manifestations of interiority and exteriority – across a tortuous, often inhospitable, terrain. They explore the conditions of solitude, isolation, and alienation to reveal that this apartness is not necessarily, or exclusively, painful. Rather, it provides a space for introspection, independence, self-affirmation, and, finally, the empowerment of uniqueness.”
Over the course of the exhibition, curator Andrea Gilbert will conduct free guided discussions, open to the public, on May 30, 18:00 and on June 20, 18:00. Prior reservation is required at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alone in a Crowd
Antonakis, Despina Christou, Alexandros Georgiou, Mark Hadjipateras, Alex Kat, Marilia Kolibiri, Andreas Lyberatos, Deanna Maganias, Alexandros Simopoulos, Angel Torticollis, Theo Vranas, Maria Zervos