The solo exhibition Motel Galini was presented at the project space s.i.x. dogs in Athens, from November 24 to December 7, 2011.
A note about the exhibition was written by the art critic and curator Nadja Argyropoulou.
Nadja Argyropoulou works as an independent curator based in Athens. Among others, she has curated Hotel Paradies the 2nd Athens Biennial (2009), Investigations of a Dog (FACE-DESTE Foundation, 2011), and co-curated The Marathon Marathon project with Hans Ulrich Obrist (2011). She is working as curator at the DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art and was the assistant curator for the Greek Pavilion at the 2005 and 2007 Venice Biennials. She has curated reviews of Greek art, such as What Remains is Future for Patras-Cultural Capital of Europe (2006) and recently Ντέρτι Humanism in London (2011) and Lustlands in Greece (2012). She has written reviews and texts for solo and group exhibitions..
Please click A Souvenir From Motel Galini to see the photos of the exhibition.