29.LEONIDOU 25 28.GIATRAKOU 10 27.IERA ODOS 28 26.DANIHL PROFITOU 18 25.SALAMINOS 72 24.PARAMITHIAS 6 20.IASONOS 45 21.IASONOS 47 22.PERDIKA 8 23.GIATRAKOU 28 12.KERAMEIKOU 28 13.KOLONOU 29 14.LEONIDOU 11 16.DELIGIORGI 43 19.IASONOS 26 18.LEONIDOU 26 15.LEONIDOU 9 17.LEONIDOU 15 11.KERAMEIKOU 32 10.KERAMEIKOU 43 09.KERAMEIKOU 51 08.AGISILAOU 92 07.KERAMEIKOU 73 06.THERMOPYLON 23 05.THERMOPYLON 27 04.LEONIDOU & MYLLEROU 03.LEONIDOU 38 02.LEONIDOU 36 01.GIATRAKOU 2, INFO POINT
Irini Miga, When You Think I am Not There, Please Knock Harder, (Act I - Revisiting The Right Moment), 2011, glazed clay, cloth, metal, ribbons, jewels, 25 x 85 x 40 cm, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, When You Think I am Not There, Please Knock Harder, (Act I – Revisiting The Right Moment), 2011, glazed clay, cloth, metal, ribbons, jewels, 25 x 85 x 40 cm, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, Exhibition View, DESTE Prize ‘11 - Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, 2011, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, Exhibition View, DESTE Prize ‘11 – Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, 2011, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, Exhibition View, DESTE Prize ‘11 - Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, When You Think I am Not There, Please Knock Harder ( Acts: I, II, III, IV), 2011, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, Exhibition View, DESTE Prize ‘11 – Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, When You Think I am Not There, Please Knock Harder ( Acts: I, II, III, IV), 2011, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, When You Think I am Not There, Please Knock Harder (Act IV - It is Always Bright On The Other Side), 2011, glazed clay, ribbons, jewels, feathers/ girl: 55 x 32 x 37 cm - fence: 48 x 49 x 52 / pedestals: 100 x 38 x 37 - 100 x 51 x 57, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, When You Think I am Not There, Please Knock Harder (Act IV – It is Always Bright On The Other Side), 2011, glazed clay, ribbons, jewels, feathers/ girl: 55 x 32 x 37 cm – fence: 48 x 49 x 52 / pedestals: 100 x 38 x 37 – 100 x 51 x 57, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, Siesta Or An Attempt To Preserve The Remnants Of Vital Reflections , detail view, 2011, glazed clay, soil, water, chains, jewels, feathers, ribbons, plastic, colored rubber 56 x 48 x 40 / pedestal: 75 x 50 x 45 - plexiglas: 70 x 50 x 45, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Irini Miga, Siesta Or An Attempt To Preserve The Remnants Of Vital Reflections , detail view, 2011, glazed clay, soil, water, chains, jewels, feathers, ribbons, plastic, colored rubber 56 x 48 x 40 / pedestal: 75 x 50 x 45 – plexiglas: 70 x 50 x 45, Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Ann Craven, the view of installation, 2008

Ann Craven, the view of installation, 2008

Ann Craven, the view of installation “16,000 Mistakes”, 2010, NADA Miami, US

Ann Craven, the view of installation “16,000 Mistakes”, 2010, NADA Miami, US

Ann Craven, the view of installation “Shadow’s Moon”, 2008, Frac-Champagne-Ardenne; Reims, France

Ann Craven, the view of installation “Shadow’s Moon”, 2008, Frac-Champagne-Ardenne; Reims, France

Ann Craven, Two Puff Puff, 2009, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 76.2 cm

Ann Craven, Two Puff Puff, 2009, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 76.2 cm

Ann Craven, from the installation “Shadow’s Moon”, 2008, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 76.2 cm

Ann Craven, from the installation “Shadow’s Moon”, 2008, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 76.2 cm

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ARTISTS
Ann Craven, Irini Miga
ReMap3 ADDRESS
43 Κerameikou, 2nd floor
PERMANENT ADDRESS
Viale Stelvio, 66 – 20159 – Milan Italy

Conduits
Conceptual Romantic

Wallpaper by Ann Craven and ceramic sculptures by Irini Miga

 

ANN CRAVEN
Working in the field of painting for more than a decade, Ann Craven exhibits on this occasion new paintings and watercolors, many of which are presented for the first time.

Ann Craven was born in Boston and lives between Harlem and Maine. Artists Amy Granat, Matt Keegan and Josh Smith have written about her work, which has been exhibited recently at CIAP in Hasselt, Belguim; the Sculpture Center in New York; Frac-Champagne-Ardenne in Reims France; and the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art in Wilmington Virginia.

 

IRINI MIGA
Irini Miga (b. 1981, GR) lives and works in New York. She studied art in Athens School of Fine Arts and in Central Saint Martins College, London.  Her works, sculptures and drawings, weave a web of intricate narratives. She uses personal as well as historical references with an allegoric gaze at reality. One of her primary aims is to establish a dialogue between the past and the present. Among the exhibitions featuring her works are solo shows at Side 2 gallery in Tokyo, and at The Breeder Gallery in Athens.  Her works are currently included at the 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale.

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