LETTERS FROM… Art in the Greek Periphery Just Keeps Going

The artist and writer Christos Mouchas is giving us an insight into the current exhibition that is taking place at K-Gold Temporary Gallery, a non-profit, nomadic art platform on the Greek Island of Lesvos.
Setting a strong and adamant point this project – already in its 6th year – is full-on what “Letters from…” is about!

LETTERS FROM … Kaunas in Art – so close, so far?

Picture this: It’s the 13th century and you live in Lithuania, a fiercely independent Grand Duchy and hugely successful state that is the largest in Europe. Yet later it becomes a pawn between three bigger players, the Prussian Empire, Habsburg Austria and the Russian Empire, erasing it from the map. Lithuania only gains independence again in 1918 but loses it after the Second World War, when the Soviet Union holds occupies it for 50 years. Finally, independence is regained in 1990. A rough ride considering the stronghold Lithuania once was.

LETTERS FROM … Martin Ogolter

I have been following Martin Ogolters work for a few years now, and I will never forget when I first met him for an interview in his flat in Rio de Janeiro in 2014. I was researching for a two-piece Feature I did for Interview Magazine about the experience living in...

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LETTERS FROM… Art in the Greek Periphery Just Keeps Going

LETTERS FROM… Art in the Greek Periphery Just Keeps Going

The artist and writer Christos Mouchas is giving us an insight into the current exhibition that is taking place at K-Gold Temporary Gallery, a non-profit, nomadic art platform on the Greek Island of Lesvos.
Setting a strong and adamant point this project – already in its 6th year – is full-on what “Letters from…” is about!

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LETTERS FROM … Kaunas in Art – so close, so far?

LETTERS FROM … Kaunas in Art – so close, so far?

Picture this: It’s the 13th century and you live in Lithuania, a fiercely independent Grand Duchy and hugely successful state that is the largest in Europe. Yet later it becomes a pawn between three bigger players, the Prussian Empire, Habsburg Austria and the Russian Empire, erasing it from the map. Lithuania only gains independence again in 1918 but loses it after the Second World War, when the Soviet Union holds occupies it for 50 years. Finally, independence is regained in 1990. A rough ride considering the stronghold Lithuania once was.

read more
LETTERS FROM … Martin Ogolter

LETTERS FROM … Martin Ogolter

I have been following Martin Ogolters work for a few years now, and I will never forget when I first met him for an interview in his flat in Rio de Janeiro in 2014. I was researching for a two-piece Feature I did for Interview Magazine about the experience living in a...

read more