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, […]

Skyrian Chair Covered with Sacred Wind, 2015, Ink-jet print on fine art paper

08.02.2017 - 18.03.2017

Yiannis Theodoropoulos

Sacred Wind

Despite Theodoropoulos’s personal history being intimately interwoven with his work, in terms of their personal references the images on display in his new solo show Sacred Wind gradually distance themselves from the ones of previous exhibitions. The artist’s vocabulary does not change but it becomes more selective. While we come across themes and motifs that we […]

Nikos Papadimitriou

04.01.2017 - 04.02.2017

Nikos Papadimitriou

Little Man

Following Gallery Trophy and glorious days Nikos Papadimitriou returns to Athens with his new solo exhibition Little Man at Elika Gallery. The exhibition owes its title to the synthesis of the two code names of the atomic bombs that were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki towards the end of WWII, “Little […]

myshelovka still

04.11.2016 - 24.12.2016

Ilias Papailiakis

Study for a Sedate Landscape

The body of work presented, comprising of oil paintings and drawings, is the result of the artist’s long-standing reasearch in the history of painting, the recent history of Greece – as well as the world’s – and the constant shifts in meaning of the visual information that affects the way we perceive not just art […]

A title as a guide, 2016, Kaolin, swimming pool coating, reson, polythylene, acrylic, 34 x 28 x 30 cm

22.09.2016 - 29.10.2016

Zoe Giabouldaki

So where does all this sweat end up

In her new solo exhibition Giabouldaki once again draws on the internet, which remains a steady point of reference in her practice. In this new body of work she employs the numerous available materials and devices while her research focuses on the ways images are reproduced and circulated online. As a starting point, she takes […]

Revengefuck, 2015, Video projection loup, 2’35’’, film still

10.06.2016 - 16.07.2016

Maria Karantzi


A rather dissonant and mis-shaped group of materials, some of which have already entered a stage of decomposition, form the artist’s go-to components for her sculptural works and installations, while efficiency, functionality and simplification are notions that Karantzi’s approach seems to lack completely. In the works on show traces of production remain visible, while a […]

22.04.2016 - 04.06.2016

Vasilis Papageorgiou

Somebody had to do it

For his first solo show, and in an effort to create a platform in which to draw together recent works, Papageorgiou creates a large scale installation inspired by the bar as a meeting point. The bar and the space that unfolds around it become an assembly point for commonplace, everyday objects that bear no relation […]

Something of Exquisite Beauty

08.03.2016 - 16.04.2016

Something of Exquisite Beauty

Inspired by the 1984 exhibition and pivotal publication “Something that is Beautiful” (Kati to Oreon) by the “Friends of Anti” Elika gallery presents a group show that examines the boundaries of kitsch in contemporary art. Originating in the art markets of Munich in the 1860s and the 1870s, the term kitsch (Derivative of the German kitschen = to throw […]