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ReMap is auctioning online a selection of 36 contemporary artworks which belong to projects currently on show as part of ReMap 4. The ReMap 4 Online Benefit Auction is unique in that the base price will be supporting the individual project participations, and any premium achieved will support the ReMap KM organization. The works on offer can be viewed in their respective project spaces in Kerameikos-Metaxourgeio until 30/9.

Bidding will take place online at Paddle8 at paddle8.com/auctions/remap from 27/9, 12:00 am EST until 11/10, 12:00 am EST.


The James Turrel exhibition of Gagosian Gallery will be on view until 20/10 (map location). Last day for the rest of ReMap 4. Thank you for your interest.


Closing Day Screenings, ReMap 4 Info Point, Monday 30/9 at 20:00, Admission free

State of Concept and Synergio screen the films: Indignados (2012) by french director Tony Gatlif and Pyramids of Athens by Yolanda Markopoulou, on the occasion of the last night of ReMap 4.

Pyramids of Athens 2010 (duration: 14’)
Yolanda Markopoulou’s short documentary film was filmed in 2010 with actors and the participation of local immigrants of the area of Metaxourgeio.

Indignados – a film by Tony Gatliff (duration: 88’)
Indignados is a film that has received rave reviews on its depiction of the European crisis and the phenomenon of immigration. Making stops in Greece, France, Spain and anywhere else the “Indignados” movement has found a sure footing. Inspired by the text of Stephane Hessel, a 93-year-old Frenchman, a resistance veteran and a former diplomat and author, published a lean 30-page essay titled “Indignes-Vous!”, calling on readers to get angry about the state of contemporary society, Tony Gatlif documents the outrage of fed up nations, the despair of displaced immigrants, the deadlock every nameless person with no country to call his own is currently facing, in a film that merges documentary and fiction in a dramatically uneven but emotionally riveting experiment.

Following Betty, a young girl of African descend who’s washed up on the Greek shores, he leads us to the refugee camps in the Patras harbor and eventually to jail. After a sojourn in Paris and Egypt, it’s back to Greece before he moves on to Spain. The Betty story is nothing but a loose narrative strand, as the film is mainly about the masses, whose emotions play the starring role.


ReMap 4 concludes on 30/9.  Last chance to visit all our exhibitions and projects, open from 17:30 until 21:00 on the weekdays and from 12:00 until 21:00 over the weekends. Admission free.


This Saturday 28/9 the Museum of Cycladic Art presents “Faces of time”, children’s workshops related with the notion of ‘time’ and its different ‘faces’. The workshops start at 12.00 and finish at 17.00 at the ReMap 4 info point.


Τoday @ ReMap 4 starting at 19:00: James Turrel Opening, Gagosian Gallery, map location 24/ Cycladic Treasure Ηunt, ReMap 4 Info Point.




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