Med in Art

“Brain, emotions and music: an exploration of the biomusic concept”_Leontios Hadjileontiadis

“Brain, emotions and music: an exploration of the biomusic concept” is the title of Leontios Hadjileontiadis talk that will take place in EcHoPolis Conference on 3rd October 2013, at Hellenic American College, Massalias 22 Athens, Greece.


EcHoPolis Conference 

29 September – 3 October 2013 in Athens


«Sounds, noise and music for re-thinking sustainable building, city and econeighborhood»

Main venue: Michalis Cacoyannis Foundation
Venues for the 3rd of October: Hellenic American College, French Institute of Greece

Under the aegis of the Greek Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Infrastructure,
Transports and Networks, the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change and the Region of Attica


More info for the Conference here

Download the Program in pdf here

“Confession…” of Martina Anagnostou_solo exhibition in Greece

In the work of Martina Anagnostou, the marginal, the forgotten and the sickly are immortalized.


The Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery presents Martina Anagnostou’s solo exhibition titled “Confession…”.
Opening: Wednesday 25 September, 20:00
Duration: 25 September – 20 October 2013.  

After 15 years of living and exhibiting her work in numerous countries (England, Ethiopia, Spain, Netherlands, Pakistan, Russia, Sudan), Martina Anagnostou returned to Greece last September. Her return, she claims, brought face to face with one of her fears, the fear of not belonging. Ever since she returned, the ideas of nation, identity and citizenship have affected her more than ever.
Athens and Monemvasia have been the only geographically constant locations in her life. For this reason she uses their landscapes as symbols of reconciliation with the idea of returning back to one’s home and the loss of the sense of belonging and identity. Bold colors, in addition to picture prints, textiles and objects “covered with the dust of a century,” all taken from her maiden home, create restless urban landscapes, in compositions that is reminiscent of street art.
The personal quest for one’s roots, the nostalgia of a childhood home and the intrusive sense that despite her return, she remains a foreigner with a sincere confession of both love and hatred for her home country.

Exhibition Sponsor: Monemvasia Winery | G. Tsimpidis

See more at:

BIOMAB: The Official Website of Biological and Medical Art in Belgium

BIOMAB: The Official Website of Biological and Medical Art in Belgium

by Pascale Pollier-Green, Ann Van de Velde and Francis Van Glabbeek

International Collaboration: ART RESEARCHES SCIENCE (ARS)

Together with:
University of Antwerp, Faculty of Medicine
Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen – Royal Academy of Fine Arts
Karel de Grote Hogeschool Antwerpen – Sint Lucas Antwerpen
London, Dundee, Strasbourg and New York – ARS International

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