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National Meuseum of Contemporaty Art (EMST)
Kallirrois Ave and Farantzi St
Athens 117 43
Danish-based artist Hannah Toticki presents a solo exhibition at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST). Toticki has developed a highly distinctive and personal visual language that is inspired by fashion, pop culture, design and theatre. Her sculptures and installations incorporate clothing, accessories, furniture, and are often combined with performance, video and music.
In Everything, Everywhere, All The Time – her first solo exhibition in Greece and her first outside Europe – Toticki adopts a critical eye and an often humorous approach to examine aspects of the ‘burn-out society’, invisible women’s work, our relationship with technology and, more generally, the state of art in a post-capitalist society striving for productivity, acceleration and growth.
The exhibition consists of work from different cycles of Toticki’s creative process. They are divided into four sections entitled Production, Sleep, Control and Attention that provide a conceptual framework and render visible the connections between the various themes that have permeated her art over the years.
Toticki is also featured in the exhibition Modern Love (or Love in the Age of Cold Intimacies).
The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11am-7pm (and until 10pm on Thursday).
It is closed on Mondays and on the 25th of March, 1st of May, Orthodox Easter Sunday.
Source: EMST Official Website
Reduced tickets are available to young people aged 13-18 years, students of schools and universities, groups of 10 or more visitors and visitors over 65 years old.
Tickets are available at the ticket office of the EMST.