Time flies when you are having fun and everyone here at artAZ is excited to present «Royal Metropolitan Underground» - an anniversary exhibition to celebrate one year of artistic adventures at “9 ENNEA” Cultural Space. Highlighting the artistic talent, approach & philosophy of artAZ, the exhibition features a stellar line-up of artists: our greatest stars from the artAZ agency as well as select artists that we work with from across the globe. The works on show commemorate the exhibitional program that was presented at the gallery during its first year.
It has been a memorable and groundbreaking year at 9 ENNEA. The gallery opened its doors to the public on 4 December 2014, in the Athenian off-center, with an aim to support and present the edgier side of contemporary art. During this year the gallery hosted a series of exhibitions, events, happenings and interventions that both you and we loved. We encourage fresh talent and approach established one through a more restless point of view. We bring together the Greek and the International Art Scene. Foremost, we bring Contemporary Art close to you, making it accessible in every way immaginable. 9 ENNEA has earned a reputation as the cutting-edge hub of artistic innovation and this alone is reason enough to celebrate.
We wish to share this moment with you and look forward to welcoming you all on Friday 4 December 2015, 21:00 onwards, to celebrate our first birthday in what we plan to be an evening to remember, starring our best art, our favourite artists and an array of surprises we have lined-up for you
See you all there.
Featuring works by: Alexandros Dimitriadis, Arfiris SER, Ben Eine, Christos Tolis, CV aka Constantine Vraziotis, Eleanna Martinou, Esek_one, Flying Fortress, Lula Levedi, Mariana Cute, NAR, Natasha Law, Petrula Krigou, Pure Evil, Simoni Fontana, Vassilis Karakatsanis.
The exhibition is curated by Alexandra Kollaros and staged by Tzanetos Kanellopoulos.
Royal Metropolitan Underground
Location: “9 ENNEA” Cultural Space, 9 Keas Street, Athens, Greece
Private View: Friday 4 December 2015, 20:30
Duration: 5 December 2015 – 15 January 2016