21 – 31 March 2023
The exhibition, organised by the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs and curated by Ms. Katerina Koskina, art historian and curator, showcased mixed media works and sculptures by the visual artist Mr. Edi Rama, the current Prime Minister of Albania.
22 July – 24 September 2022
Constituting a curatorial project that developed in two distinct parts, Catharsis included the site-specific realisation of the 228th Concealment by the renowned artist Dimitris Alithinos, as well as the first presentation in Greece of the emerging artist Dafni Athanasopoulou.
Sunday 17 July 2022, 9 pm
Volax Theatre, Tinos
World premiere of the opera “The Little Prince” by Johannes Schild. The opera is a lyrical adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s homonymous novel, which narrates the wanderings of an unusual child, the Little Prince, on different planets.
Following the novel’s references to lunar landscapes, the opera took place in the imposing natural granite landscape of Falatados and Volax.
Thursday 14 July 2022, 9 pm
Arnados square, Tinos
Under the guidance of mezzo-soprano Regula Baenziger, composer and pianist Johannes Schild, and an international team of experts, the workshop of the summer music academy “Arnados-Music” took place for the eighth year in the village of Arnados on the island of Tinos.
THE SYMBOLICS OF RESISTANCE: A ROUTE FROM GYZIS TO STREET ARTISTS
15 July – 15 September 2021
Drawing inspiration from the broad conceptual framework of the “Greece 2021” Committee, the exhibition presented a sample of how Greek artistic creation over the past 200 years depicted and invested symbolically the resistance against the usurpation of freedom.
9 November 2018 – 3 February 2019
Athens Municipality Arts Center
Curated by Denys Zacharopoulos, the exhibition constituted the first solo show of the German-Greek artist Christina Dimitriadis hosted by a public institution in Greece.
Playing with the pun of the term “island hopping”, the exhibition explored the image and myth of the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean is a geographical entity, but above all a fantastical reality in which the appreciation of beauty and collective spirit are deeply rooted.
The exhibition was realised with the support of NEON and the contributions of the Municipality of Fournoi Korseon and Eleni Koroneou Gallery.
2017 – 2019
TransEurope Photo programme, launched under the Creative Europe initiative of the European Commission, was organised by three European institutions specialising in art, the Foundation of Contemporary Art of Spain, the project leader, Museum of Photography of Finland and EuroMare in Greece.
The programme was implemented for the first time at a European level as a comprehensive project for managing the work of photographers and artists who use photography in Northern and Northeastern Europe, Eastern and Western Mediterranean, and Southeastern Europe.
DIALOGOS ATHENS 2017: THE GREEK COUNTER EXAMPLE
6 – 12 April 2017
With the launch of documenta 14 in Athens, EuroMare organised the event Dialogos Athens 2017: The Greek Counter Example, curated by the Deputy Professor of the Technical University of Crete, Mr. Thanasis Moutsopoulos.
The aim of the event was to bring together artists, curators and factors of contemporary art providing a unique opportunity for young Greek artists to grow abroad, presenting contemporary Greek artistic creation and empowering collaborations in the visual arts.
ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
2015 and 2016
Athens International Airport
EuroMare in collaboration with the Athens International Airport, presented six special exhibitions at the airport’s exhibition grounds. At the departure level, three thematic exhibitions presented the history of the city of Athens and the environment, as well as contemporary art in the public space. At the arrivals level, three exhibitions with artists’ works on the subject of trip were presented.
The event constituted a message of optimism about the artistic events of the country and gave the opportunity to a large audience to admire works by well-known artists.
2012 – 2016
In 2012, EuroMare was appointed for 5 years by the Hellenic Art Galleries Association, to organise Art-Athina, the International Contemporary Art Fair of Athens, one of the longest lasting contemporary art fairs in Europe.
The largest and most important annual visual arts event in Greece, it attracted over 40,000 visitors yearly and significant Greek and international art galleries, cultural institutions, curators, collectors, artists, and art critics.
Art-Athina 2013 & 2014 events were co-financed by the National Structural Regional Fund programme of the European Union “Attica 2007-2013”.
2013 – 2015
From 2013 to 2015, EuroMare organised in collaboration with the P.S.A.T. within the framework of Art-Athina, a cultural weekend titled Gallery Weekend, which included a broad programme of exhibitions in galleries in Athens and Thessaloniki.
The event aimed to present the multifaceted art scene and visual landscape of the cities, which emerged as a celebration of art that embraced the public.
1994 – 2000
EuroMare organised from 1994 to 1997 in Piraeus (Greece), Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Birmingham (United Kingdom) the EuroMare Forum/Limenes which promoted cooperation at European level on marine technology and environment for ports.
The EuroMare Forum was financed by the European Union – Directorate General XXIII (Enterprises and Tourism), and followed all the rules of the Europartenariat programme, the first match-making event in Europe.
EuroMare was therefore among the very first companies in Europe to successfully manage match-making events and has since then a very sound experience in this type of professional gatherings.