Travelling in November has become sort of a ritual, one that we really enjoy as a couple. Considering that this summer I didn’t get enough rest, this was a much needed escape. This year’s destination was the capital of Serbia, the city of Belgrade, where we spent six days. As always, the cold weather hit me hard during the first day, so I didn’t take any decent photos, but I did manage to make it up during the rest of our stay.
Without further ado, here’s Belgrade through my eyes. Or my lens.
Panteion University and the Cultural Management MA class of 2016-2017 welcomes you to an art exhibition about the visualization of cultural social networks, a theatrical performance by Fabrica Athens and a music performance by Hesperia Guitar Ensemble, followed by a discussion about the Greek Cultural Industry and the rigours it’s facing nowadays.
An exhibition-installation entitled DOME, Experience “Traces”, organised within the framework of Dome Event, is held for two more days at a former hotel, in the heart of Athens. Athens Biennale 2015-2017 OMONOIA, plays2place productions and SYNERGY-O are collaborating for the creation of this installation, which is housed in erstwhile famous hotel Bageion (18, Omonoia Square).
The B. & M. Theocharakis Foundation for the Fine Arts and Music, in collaboration with the Museum of Pablo Picasso Münster and I. Kontaxopoulos’ Private Collection, present an exhibition entitled “Pablo Picasso-Jean Cocteau: The Pioneers of Modernism“, running to February 28, 2016. The display features 190 paintings, engravings, ceramics and artistic publications, carefully chosen in order to reveal the major influence that one artist exercised to another.