CATEGORY: ART & EVENTS
12 SEPTEMBER 2011
ReMap 3 Opening
An international contemporary art programme
Kerameikos-Metaxourgeio, Athens, Greece
12 September – 30 October 2011
12/9-18/9 – OPENING WEEK
Opening: Monday, 12/9, 17:00-22:00
24/10-30/10 – CLOSING WEEK (Parallel to the 3rd Athens Bienniale)
*Some projects have slightly differentiated working hours: more details can be found in each project’s dedicated page.
GETTING TO THE KM AREA
Line 3: Kerameikos Station
Line 2: Metaxourgeio Station
Buses: A16, 025, B16, 812, 813, 025, 026, 027, 100, 051, 057, B18, Γ18, 049, 035, 400
Trolley: 1, 12, 21
ReMap is an international contemporary art platform open and free to the public, which is held bi annually in the area of Kerameikos-Metaxourgeio in Athens, in tandem with the Athens Biennial. It is organized by ReMapKM, a not-for-profit organization. ReMapKM’s goal is to create an alternative platform for the production and experiencing of contemporary art within the urban context, to present an interactive environment within a cultural framework and to enhance Athens’s positioning in the international contemporary art scene.
Gerwald Rockenshaub/"If i knew i 'd tell you" by Galerie Eva Presenhuber @ 26, Leonidou str, ground floor
Leo Gabin/"Get That Patty Cake Going" by Peres Projects gallery @ 43, Kerameikou str, 1st floor
Andreas Ragnar Kassapis/ "4 Young Greek Artists" by REBECCA CAMHI GALLERY @ 9, Leonidou str
Yannis Varelas/ The Oblong Box @ Kunsthalle Athena from Oct 22nd @ 28, Kerameikou str, 1st floor
HOPE/ "Time will not give me time" by The Breeder gallery @ 10, Giatrakou str, 1st floor
In its third incarnation, this year’s ReMap3 will be serving as a meeting place for over 250 artists, art historians and curators from around the world. KM’s own artistic community will also be represented within the 30 independent and the 25 gallery projects comprising this year’s ReMap.
This year’s programme includes a number of young artists from all over the world, as well as institutions presenting their work in Greece for the first time. This will, strengthen ReMap’s dynamic presence as a platform for emerging artists and institutions on the international contemporary art scene.
More information: www.remapkm.org