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If you think about it, yes you are right, under the clothes we are all naked.


The exhibition "CAMISA" is an opportunity to face fashion in a visual way.                                            

Is there any connection between fashion and art?    

Is it possible for the one to exist without the other?

It is impossible to talk about fashion without mentioning garments. And talking about garments it is difficult to underestimate the influence of the art. Art is the reflection of the society in which it was created. Additionally, fashion is the reflection of the era that has been created. The history of art reveals that artists used garments to support narration, transferring a message to the viewer. It is not possible to imagine the Van Dyke portraits without the epic, multi-layered fabrics and costumes that highlight the social position.

Fashion has always borrowed elements from other forms of art.

The source of inspiration can be anything, from textile patterns of ancient cultures to sculptures, even a musical phrase. Based on these ideas, designers recreate a new language of art and create clothes. They are artists working within the medium of fabric, metallic elements, leather, and other materials. The exhibition "CAMISA" is an opportunity to coexist artists from different fields. It is a challenge to create a costume, a jewel, a sculpture, a work that conveys a message without losing the form of the shirt.    


As Wilde says - 'One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.


Anneta Spanoudaki, Antria Prasinou , Christos Symeonides,

Dimitris Gketsis, Eleanna Balesi, Katerina Christoforidis,  

Kostis Voulgaris, Maria Karathanou, Myrto Sarma,

Nikos &Nikos - Kelly Vardaka, Panagiotis Tsiklis, Pinelopi Triantafyllou, Sophia Ladeni, Theodore Dushi, Victoria Ioannidou, Yannis Zindrilis

 Assistant Curator: Fiori Dalla

Back to Athens, 2018

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