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Location – Engonopoulos: an exploratory exhibition

Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art
154 Egnatias Avenue (TBF-Helexpo), tel. 2310 240 002, 2310 281 212
ww.mmca.org.gr

Opening: Friday 18 May, 21:00
Duration: 18 May -29 July 2007
Hours: Tue-Sat: 09:30-14:00 & 18:30-21:00; Sun: 11:00-15:00; Mon: closed

Guided tours and educational visits by arrangement.

Part of a series of events organized by the National Book Centre of Greece to
celebrate the centenary of the eminent poet and writer Nikos Engonopoulos (1907-
1986), the exhibition presents the surrealist perspective across generations of Greek
art. A group of major works by Engonopoulos face is displayed side by side with
works by later artists, without any attempt, however, to establish stylistic continuity,
unity, school, or style. The following artists have contributed work to the exhibition:
Alexandros Aravanas, Giorgos Gyparakis, Thrafia, Sia Kyriakakos, Ilias Marmaras.
Maria Papadimitriou, Ilias Papailiakis, Giorgos Sapountzis, Angelos Skourtis, Kirillos
Sarris, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Giorgos Hatzimihalis, Nikos Haralambidis, and Panos
Haralambous.
Curated by Denis Zaharapoulos, artistic director of Macedonian Museum of
Contemporary Art with the assistance of Professor Niki Loizidi of the Athens School
of Fine Arts.
Organiser: National Book Centre of Greece & Macedonian Museum of
Contemporary Art

Stories in pictures
Book illustrations by Quint Bucholz
Exhibition and workshop

Goethe Institute
66 V. Olgas Street, tel. 2310 889 610, fax: 2310 831 871
Opening: Wednesday 16 May, 20:30
Duration: 16-30 May 2007
Hours: Mon-Fri: 10:00-14:00 & 17:00-21:00

Illustrator Quint Buchholz is an internationally acclaimed illustrator. Readers lose
themselves in his fanciful, romantic pictures, which are full of hidden meanings and
bring the books they illustrate to life. His many one-man shows in Germany and
abroad bear witness to the wide appeal of his work.
In addition to this exhibition at the Goethe Institute, Buchholz will hold a workshop
during the Thessaloniki Book Fair, on Friday 18 May, 10:00-17:00, and Saturday 18
May, 10:00-16:00 in the institute’s library (Information: tel. 2310 889 585).
Organiser: Goethe Institute

I write.
An exhibition of photographs by Anna Papoulia
Thessaloniki Cinema Museum
Port, Warehouse A.

Opening: Thursday 17 May, 21:00
Duration: 17 May-2 June 2007
Hours: 10:00-20:00

Anna Papoulia’s exhibition is a study of the relation between images and words. It
comprises photographs of writers of Greek origin who live in Germany, accompanied
by a typical text by each and a favourite object.
Organisers: EKEBI & Cinema Museum of Thessaloniki

Journey into the Universe
Starlab mobile planetarium

Pavilion 13

Daily screenings related to the Greek mythology of the constellations, the astral field
and the planetary system.

Museum Night
Thessaloniki in the first person: Travel notes

Atrium of the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
6 M. Andronikou Street (YMCA Square), tel 2310 847 123

Saturday, 19 May: 20:30

Real and imaginary stories from the Thessaloniki of another era, based on the
photographic archive of Haris Giakoumis and the narratives of Sakis Serefas, from
their book of the same name.
Speakers: Haris Giakoumis and Sakis Serefas
A performed reading by actors from the Experimental School with a musical
commentary by trombonist Giannis Angelakis.
In co-operation with the Association of Friends of the Archaeological Museum of
Thessaloniki.

Out of This World
A Madman, a Lover or a Poet
Documentary screening
Danish stand
Pavilion 14, stand 5
Spooled screenings of two documentaries: Out of this World, dedicated to Karen
Blixen, and A Madman, a Lover or a Poet, dedicated to Hans Christian Andersen.
Organiser: Danish Embassy

Summer in southern Sweden
An exhibition of photographs
Swedish stand
Pavilion 14, stand 7

Images of southern Sweden, seen through the eyes of a regular visitor. Danae Vlahou
has a degree in photography from Athens Technical College, where she specialised in
artistic and essay photography. She was born in Athens where she works as a graphic
artist.
For the last seven years she has spent her summer holidays in Skane.
Organiser: Swedish Institute

Let’s get to know each other better
Literary exchanges with Greece
Literature Across Frontiers (LAF) stand
Pavilion 14, stand 9

Friday 18 May 2007: 19:00-20:00

Discussion with translators, critics and others who promote Greek literature abroad.
Speakers: Dalia Stapunkote (Lithuania/Cyprus), Rami Saari (Israel/Greece), Marta
Patak (Hungary), Dens Dimins (Latvia/Belgium).
Moderator: Alexandra Buchler (Czech Republic/UK)

HAPPY HOUR
Daily at 18:00: Travel by tasting national drinks from different countries.

Thursday, 17 May: Central Europe: Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia & Slovenia
Friday, 18 May: The Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania
Saturday, 19 May: The Iberian Peninsula: the Basque country, Catalonia & Portugal

								
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