06.09.2018 - 22.09.2018

Angela Svoronou – Marinos Tsagkarakis

Summer Inn Paradise Revisited

There’s a country called Tourism. This seems like a paradoxical statement as tourism means a change of country, with all the fluidity that such a transition entails. Yet, anywhere you go as a tourist, you are definitely stuck in this country – somehow, escape seems impossible even if it’s a country on the move. The […]

24.05.2018 - 30.06.2018

Augustus Veinoglou

Station Retrograde

The installation focuses on networks of invisible aqueducts, extending under archaeological sites, on subway tunnels, as well as on the excavation tracks formed by the archaeologists. It is an environment composed by three-dimensional, wall-mounted sculptures, associated with urban myths of the city. Station Retrograde, emits an allegory regarding the definition of retrogression. Throughout excavations and […]

12.04.2018 - 19.05.2018

Irini Bachlitzanaki

just us on a different day

Even as she opens up her work to textiles and, more significantly perhaps, to the inclusion of text, the works on show also indicate the continuity of her concerns, formal as well as conceptual. Following from her previous show in the gallery, objects are once again cast in a lead role in the exhibition. Their […]

22.02.2018 - 31.03.2018

Myrto Xanthopoulou

Rendering the Sky

Where do pigeons go when they die? Who will feed the cats? Why does Asklipiou street always lead to Alexandras avenue? How long does a minute last? “Rendering the Sky”, is the title of Myrto Xanthopoulou’s third solo exhibition at Elika Gallery. Small and bigger size installations compose an attempt to explore an uncharted territory. Beyond […]

11.01.2018 - 17.02.2018

Vangelis Gokas

Τhe breaths inside my mind

Vangelis Gokas presents his new solo exhibition including pieces of the last two years; mostly small size paintings on wood or fabric. Avoiding the grandiosity, –which evolves around form, style, subject-, that the art of painting has largely been associated to in the past, the artist has chosen to comment on himself as a painter. […]

22.11.2017 - 05.01.2018

Landscape Revisited

group show

Throughout the years, from 5th century BC Chinese poetry and all the way to the apogee of the western landscape painting, -somewhere between romanticism and impressionism, unfolds the idealization of the relationship between Man and Nature. Different societies, at different periods of their own history, develop views of the world and the surrounding landscapes that […]

29.09.2017 - 11.11.2017

Jack Burton

Long Journey, Fever Dream

With his second solo exhibition at Elika gallery, Jack Burton re-examines the way one perceives contemporary photography today. Always starting with his very own photographs, he creates collages on aluminium surfaces, a material that is clean and cold, and doesn’t let the compositions settle into something cozy and familiar. Having assimilated the rules of photography, […]

Nikos Sepetzoglou, Smoke, 2017

15.06.2017 - 15.07.2017

Nikos Sepetzoglou

Bubble Dam

In his third solo exhibition with the gallery, Nikos Sepetzoglou focuses on issues that revolve around the intensity with which one faces the void; The void as image, reason, cancellation, meaning, opportunity, decay, overlap, break, loss, light … The works on show, paintings and sculptures-objects, function as glossy fragments that form an equally fragmentary and […]

Shadow cliffs and eight ecliptic full moons, 2016-2017, depictions of the shaded side of leaves with black silk paper and printed drawings, dimensions variable

05.05.2017 - 10.06.2017

Pantelis Chandris


 ‘Schattenentblösster’ borrows its title from the word used by Celan to refer to one who «reveals the shadows» or one who «is revealed by them». In the new body of works presented, Chandris sculpturaly shadows of things and objects, choosing in this way to talk about their absence. He constructs a narrative environment through which he […]

Due today

24.03.2017 - 29.04.2017

Kostas Roussakis

Due today

In order for the tick tock of the pendulum to become a measure of time, and hence a clock, it needed to be confirmed that the pendulum oscillates a set number of times per day. This task was undertaken by a group of Jesuit monks under the direction of someone named Rizzioli. As a sign, […]