Konstantinos Giotis: I Forgot Your Name

Solo Exhibition

curated by Florent Frizet

Through the prism of a skewed sense of realism, Giotis’ work suggests a filter to the perception of our surroundings. Large scale paintings reinforce a sense of ambiguity by absorbing the gaze of the viewer, exploring the idea that reality is plural and shared. In his practice, desires, fantasies or autobiographical deviations function as points of departure from which to explore representation, ambiguity, and painting tropes as building blocks for the construction of a contemporary imaginary.

Konstantinos Giotis (b.1988) lives and works in Athens. He studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL (MFA Painting 2015), at the Department of Fine Arts and Art Sciences, University of Ioannina (BA, 2013) and at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Complutense University of Madrid (2011). Recent exhibitions include: “Encore: New Greek Painting”, The Municipal Gallery of Athens (Athens, 2023), “Igni” a proposal by Florent Frizet, GB Agency (Paris, 2023), “180×120”, Haus N (Athens, 2023), “This Current Between us”, PPC Historic Steam Electric Station of Neo Faliro, (Athens, 2023), “Cycladic Café Art Project”, Museum of Cycladic Art, (Athens, 2022), “Outsourcing the Maybe”, Ainalaiyn Space, (London, 2022) “There is nothing inevitable about time”, Tavros (Athens, 2022), “Head2Head”, KEIV (Athens, 2021) “Beyond Nostalgia Hijack”, CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery (Athens, 2021).

Opening Saturday 16th of September, 7-10pm

Opening hours, Wednesday to Saturday, 4-8pm

Until 14/10/2023