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Logo for Kivotos Art Projects exhibitions, which are held in the Kivotos Mykonos Hotel Art gallery

About The Kivotos Art Projects

Kivotos Art Projects in the context of Aegeanale festival celebrates five years of constant presence in the art scene of Greece and is proud to have presented group and solo exhibitions curated by Sozita Goudouna with more than 50 of the most prominent Greek and GR based contemporary artists such as:
Michalis Katzourakis, Felix Delandre, Chris Doulgeris, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos, Marion Inglessi, Vassilis Kavouridis, Juliano Kaglis, Peggy Kliafa, James Lane, Iliodora Margellos, Leon Michail , Zeta Nikolakopoulou, Aliki Pappa, Katerina Papazissi, Brigitte Polemis, Dimitris Rokos, Nikos Sepetzoglou, Maria Fragoudaki, Mark Hadjipateras, Sofia Housou, Margarita Myrogianni, Steven C. Harvey, Stelios Karamanolis, Elias Kafouros, Margarita Athanasiou, Christina Papas, Hara Piperidou , Tula Ploumi, Tserionis Giorgos, George Sampsonidis, Giorgos Stamkopoulos Christina Sgouromiti Christina Doppelganger, Leontios Toumpouris, Antonis Tsakiris, Pavlos Tsakonas, Tserionis Giorgos, Versaweiss Works, Venia Dimitrakopoulou, Martha Dimitropoulou, Apostolos Karakatsanis, Eva Marathaki, Dimitri Dokatzi, Panos Famelis, Vaggelis Hoursoglou, Vangelis Choursoglou aka Woozy, Nayia Eleftheriou-Passaris, Filippos Tsitsopoulos, Paulina Cassimatis, Rania Bellou, Eugenia Apostolou, Kostis Velonis, Misha Milovanovich (Kivotos Art Residency)
and performing artists Apostolia Papadamaki and Katerina Misichroni

Kivotos Art Project Promo Video

Take a sneak peek at the must-see cultural events of the season, taking place at the Art Gallery of Kivotos.


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Kivotos Art Projects event

Check out the amazing performance of Apostolia Papadamaki from July 2013, as part of the Kivotos  Art Projects.

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Aegeanale is an international platform of art and culture created in 2012. Its fundamental goals are to highlight the Aegean, as region of inspiration, creativity, and intercultural dialogue, and to map the archipelago as a complex destination with cultural interest. Aegeanale’s program is structured upon two different focal points:

  • The principal focus is on a series of international projects from the contemporary art scene that travel in various locations around the Aegean Sea, constructing tourist routes of cultural interest.
  • The secondary focus is on a visual arts residency program in several islands of the Aegean, transforming the region into a unique “open-air gallery”. The summer of 2013 was selected as the starting point of the first strategic initiative, while the residency program started in Spring-Summer of 2014.


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