3rd International Photo Based Mail Art Exhibition: No DADA Left

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3rd International Photo Based Mail Art Exhibition: No DADA Left

Time: January 30, 2017 at 8pm to February 6, 2017 at 7pm
Location: Refugees Museum / Sykies/ Thessaloniki
Street: Refugees Museum (οδός Έβρου 49, έναντι γηπέδου ΒΑΟ, Συκιές))
City/Town: Thessaloniki, Greece
Website or Map: http://teetotum.weebly.com/
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Artist Group TeeToTuM & Photography Center of Thessaloniki
Latest Activity: Sep 29, 2017

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The Photography Center of Thessaloniki and the Artist Group TeeToTuM organize the 3rd International Photo Based Mail Art exhibition: No DADA left.

The exhibition will present all the works of artists (from all over the world) who will attempt to trace in today echoes the practices of Dada: such as nihilistic side, lack of control and logic, humor and ingenuity, subversive political criticism, noise and  source creative momentum.

In complete contradiction with the spirit of the Dadaists, which undoubtedly will be the most violent opponents of this "anniversary" initiative, it is extremely interesting to highlight the "anti-art" today, heretical and groundbreaking visual proposals, although of course there are, maybe they have something important to tell us.

In February 2016 has been the 100th anniversary of the launch of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, a place that hosted the first actions of the Dada movement.

Just two years later on 1918, Tristan Tzara, emblematic figure of the Dadaists, issued the second manifesto of the movement, declaring: “I write this manifesto to show that people can perform contrary actions together while taking one fresh gulp of air; I am against action; for continuous contradiction, for affirmation too, I am neither for nor against and I do not explain because I hate common sense.”

Submission:

1.   The participation is open to all artists.

2.    No entry fee is required.

3.    Entries will not be returned because they become the property of Photography Center of   Thessaloniki for more presentations in the future.

 

About Works:
1. Every artist can participate with more than a work.

2. We can only accept works based on a photo, or works that deal with the technique of photography, or imply photo as a basic technique, or the use of manipulated photo to produce a new work, or photo collage etc.
3. There in not size limit as long as it can fit in an envelope and sent to us by normal post (not framed).

4. All works will be exhibited in a central exhibition space in Thessaloniki, Greece, till the end of January 2017, for the events of 100 +1 years of DADA (Thessaloniki, Greece)
5. You can send more than one work without any frame, at:
Photography Center of Thessaloniki
PO Box 50163 Thessaloniki – 54013
Greece

Entry Period
Deadline: sent your works till 20/12/2016

For more information please contact by email Georgia Grigoriadou at: gogo@go-teetotum.gr or
Angelos Sofianidis at: angelos.sofianidis@gmail.com 
E-invitation and e-catalogue will be sent for all participants.

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Comment by Georgia Grigoriadou on September 29, 2017 at 7:14am
Comment by Georgia Grigoriadou on January 27, 2017 at 2:09pm
Online catalogue to download free
https://issuu.com/karkatselis/docs/mail_art_150
Comment by Georgia Grigoriadou on January 22, 2017 at 10:07pm

Συμμετέχουν/ Participants are: Afroditi Kolokotroni (Greece), Agelika Prapa (Greece), Alex Papaioanou (Greece), Alexander Limarev (Russia) , Alexandros Dimitriadis (Greece), Alexandros Giannios (Greece), Anand Jaiswal (India), Anastasia Gitsi (Germany), Anja Mattila (Finland), Anna Kallidou (Greece), Anna Maria Xatzistefanou (Greece), Antonia Gkampoura (Greece), Antonis Gkourkas (Greece), Anty Xourmouziadou (Greece), Carl Baker (Canada), Carmela Rizzuto (USA), Claudia Garcia (Argentina), Cynthia Morrison (USA), Dadaniel de Culla (Espana), Dalbir Singih (India), Dilip kumar (India), Dimosthenis Epas (Greece), Dorian Ribas Marinho (Brasil), Dorothee Mesander (Greece), Efthimis mouratidis (Greece),Elena Xatziathanasiou (Greece), Eleni Galani (Greece), Eleni karadagli (Greece), Elli Katsara (Greece), Eri Agriou (Greece), F. Xamidieli (Greece), Froso Papadimitriou (Greece), Fusun Selen Bilgner (Turkey), Georgi Vasilev, Georgia Grigoriadou (Greece), Georgia Trouli (Greece), Giorgos Mantas (Greece), Gloria W. De Oliveira Souza (Brasil), Gurcharan Singh (India), Hilal Tursoluk (Turkey), Hiuler (Germany), Hristina Ludova, I. Monogios (Greece), Ignacio Navarro Cortez (Mexico), Ioanna Kazaki (Greece), Ioannis Linosporis (Greece), Ioannis Pomakis (Greece), Ishu Jindal (India), J. Daniel Mauen (USA), Jaya Daronde Awatare (India), Jerome Joker (USA), Jessica Morfis (Greece), Joey Patricktu (USA), John M. Bennet (USA), Katerina Anastasiou (Greece), Katerina Nikoltsou (Greece), Keti Lialiampidou (Greece), Leena Golnik (Finland), Lome-Lorenzo Menzuzzato (Italia), Lousi Gavriilidou (Greece), Maks Dannecker (Germany), Maria Kotsiampari (Greece), Maria Lambrianidou (Greece), Marina Salmaso (Denmark), Mehak Chalwla (India), Meni Seiridou (Greece), Meral Agar (Turkey), Michael Wagner (Germany), Michel Della Vedova (France), Monica Gupta (India), Nektarios Stamatopoulos (Greece), Nihal Gures (Turkey), Nopi Gaitanidou (Greece), Olga Mavroidis (USA), Olga Souvermerzoglou (Greece), Osvaldo Morales (Chile), Oya Abaci (Turkey), Oznur Kepce (Turkey), Rania Fragkoulidou (Greece), Parthena Xaristea (Greece), Pawan Kumar (India), Pedro Bericat (Spain), Pepi Karagiannaki (Greece), Petros Nikoltsos (Greece), Piet Franzen (Netherlands), Rita Tilkeridou (Greece), Sainte Flavie (Canada), Sean Burn (USA), Shieh Tsaiping (Taiwan), Sofia Amperidou (Greece), Sonya Stankova, Thanasis Raptis (Greece), Turkan Elgi (Turkey), Utkarsh Jaiswal (India), Vasiliki Syrou (Greece), Vasilis Karkatselis (Greece), Vasilis Katsaganis (Greece), Venetia Gazila (Greece), Vinay Awatare (India), Walter Brovia (Argentina), Wolfgang Brenner (Germany), Xenia Zormpidou (Greece), Zefi Athanasopoulou (Greece).

Comment by Carmela Rizzuto on November 17, 2016 at 9:06pm

Georgia-- hand-altered, photo collage sent today. Sorry forgot to scan it.

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on November 7, 2016 at 3:35pm

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on October 1, 2016 at 1:08pm

of course :-)

something coming soon!

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