Young visual artists from Grades 11 and 12, from Pinewood, The American International School of Thessaloniki are exhibiting artworks they created during their International Baccalaureate (IB) Visual Arts course. The young artists have explored a variety of subjects and challenges in order to create multi-layered artworks while experimenting with painting, sculpture, digital art, photography and printmaking.
The subjects explored in this exhibition do vary a lot, however they all require the audience to critically think upon the issues that the IB students explored in their artworks. The audience is called to contemplate on trending topics of gender issues and identity, body image and acceptance, mental illness and abuse, as well as recurrent topics of human habitats and their range of emotions.
The exhibition Private Viewing is on Friday the 1st of April at 6pm at the Cheap Art Pavilion F, of Helexpo at 18:00. The artists will be presenting their work on that evening and they will be available for an open conversation. The exhibition is curated by visual artist and art teacher, Konstantina Kapanidou.
You can visit the exhibition from April 01, until April 05, Saturday & Sunday 11:00 – 20:00 and Monday and Tuesday 13:00 – 20:00
You can also take a virtual tour below!
All visitors are required to practice personal protective measures against Covid-19 and follow the Covid protocols. All visitors above 18 years will need to have a vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate. Visitors between 12 and 18 years old are required to present a rapid test or self-test certificate not older than 24 hours. Visitors up to 12 years old can enter without any certificate.