Selected Exhibitions


Fresh Paint 9 in Tel Aviv

The Greek gallery will participate in ‘Fresh Paint 9’,

Tel Aviv (Israel), Contemporary Art Fair – booth P17.

28/03 – 01/04/2017

Exhibiting artists:

Christos Athanassiadis, Esther Cohen,

Mark Hadjipateras and Demi Kaia.

Theme: Defenses

Defense mechanisms are crucial to all human, animal and plant life. In order to survive, organisms need to adapt and have an advantage over enemies. The proposal examines forms and mechanisms of biological or psychological defenses.

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Little Armored Ones”

Pencil on cut-out paper installed on wall

1,45 x 1,80 meters approximately


Artwork installation consists of the following items (left to right/down-up):

Armadillo: 60x85cm

Sea wooden seat: 17x58cm

Boy: 122x52cm

Antelope: 140x11xcm

Girl: 110x70cm

“Little Armored Ones” – Artwork description

An armadillo and an antelope are carrying on their backs a little boy and a little girl. The boy looks skeptical while the girl seems victorious. The animals are surprisingly tamed. Is this a victory over nature, or maybe a defense mechanism of humans to overcome their one handicap and arrogant nature? Armadillo is a Spanish word meaning “little armored one”. Who is actually the little armored one in this scene


Demi Kaia Nana Sachini
The body as city


Demi Kaia’s and Nana Sachini’s exhibition “The Body as City” deals with the notion of the body, both literally and metaphorically, as a political object and at the same time as an object of grief, as an object of pleasure and distortion.

Demi Kaia draws from the everyday news, and focuses on figurative drawings in a form of visual diary that comments on, undermines and offers different narratives to actuality.
Nana Sachini’s sculptural installations and drawings hoover between abstraction and figuration, suggesting various states of psychological and physical disarray.
The two artists by using different medias and artistic language, they form a dialogue that transfers the city conditions into the condition of the body, insinuating the releasing nature of desire and representation.