In March, another feeling takes center stage in the “Feelings” rolling photography exhibition taking place at the Vault Art Space. Following last year’s event, “Seven”, which was inspired by the seven deadly sins, Vault art space is hosting the photography project “Feelings”. It includes 8 exhibitions, for which artists and professional photographers capture the 8 basic human emotions. The project will run for a total of eight months, having started in October, and concluding in May 2018. Each month, a photography exhibition will be set up at Vault, and will run for 8 days. For each monthly exhibition, a committee will select the 8 best photos presented on each emotion. The 8-member committee includes Nikos Giavropoulos, Thomas Daskalakis, Dionysis Koutsis, Fanis Pavlopoulos, Giannis Priftis, Giorgos Striftaris, Elena Fakou, and Christina Fylakopoulou.
Having presented photos of “fear” in February, the exhibition now focuses on “anger.”
Participating photographs include:
Mpampis Aerakis, Georgia Antonopoulou, Giorgos Argyropoulos, Ioannis Vlachiotis, Evangelos Gouvelis, Linda Zoitze, Constantinos Ioannou, Eva Zambetaki-Kalivi, Nicholaos Karman, Katerina Kasidiari, Christos Katsinis, Nikos Kichem, Konstantinos Kritsalos, Georgios Makridis, Vangelis Makrygiannis, Konstantinos Mitrovgenis, Aggelos Barai, Nikos Bibizas, Penny Orphanou, Stefanos Papazapraidis, Maria Papanastasiou, Evgenia Pappa, Katerina Pavlidaki, Katerina Poulea, Nikolas Pourliaros, Stella Pilarinou, Vasiliki Sfika, Georgia Tsokou, Panagiotis Feloukas, Stelios Charalampakis, Maria Chatzimina, Christos Chirmpos, Vassiliki Chiou, and Annita Christofidou.
As the project continues, in April it will focus on surprise, and in May on shame. The project will conclude with the 64 photos selected from each monthly exhibition being presented on June 8, at Vault, and subsequently being published by Kappa Publishing. One photographer will be selected to put together a solo exhibition at Vault in the following year.
Where: Vault art space (26 Melenikou, Gkazi)
When: March 8-16