Ai Weiwei at The Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens

I recently went to the Cycladic Art Museum here in Athens with my good friend Eliza. The exhibition we went to see is close to my heart – 10% of the proceeds goes to METAdrasi – an NGO I have been volunteering with for the past year, and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF – Doctors Without Borders)….

Art: London – Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Victoria & Albert

    It was an extraordinary opportunity for me, during this trip, to not visit one, but two exhibitions about the designer Alexander McQueen. I was lucky enough to receive a gift from a friend of my sister – Dorian – of 2 Victoria and Albert Museum Complimentary tickets. This was a sold out show,…


  I managed to see the Hermes exhibition at the Saatchi gallery and it was a surreal and exciting experience! I really loved them all – the partial Alice in Wonderland theme (the tea sets, the huge doors and the surrealness to the experience) but my favourite has to be the Parisian Cafe themed room….


I have read about this installation last year, as it was first presented at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale. What a surprise for me to find that I can actually see it now, as it is brought back home in Athens. It is presented at metamatic:taf in the city centre (Monastiraki). The venue was very unique…


      Here are a few photographs of an exhibition I went to see recently. Its theme was ‘Kawaii’, meaning cute in Japanese. Enjoy the photographs!                

Procession To Bliss

I went out one June night to Omonia to support my friend Amalia. She was to perform her performance art titled ‘procession to bliss’.  Read her manifesto below. I brought my camera and I took some pictures as I joined her in this walk (on the pavement of course). Omonia Square at night. This is…