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Art Athina Pop Up Opens at King George Hotel, November 12-21

November 12, 2021

ATHENS – The 26th Art Athina International Contemporary Art fair opens its physical segment, Art Athina Pop Up, at the King George Hotel in Athens on November 12. It will run through November 21.

Art Athina Virtual, the fair’s digital edition, has been available to the public online since the beginning of November, for a second year running, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and will stay available until the end of the month. It features Greek and international galleries and artists.

Set up in the ground floor of the city’s King George Hotel at Syntagma Square, Art Athina Pop Up brings together 59 pieces of art, each one corresponding to as many participating Athens galleries.

The exhibition can be visited in groups of a maximum of 30 people, and each artwork is tagged with a QR code that allows access to digital information about the artist and the piece from the exhibition’s electronic pavillion.

Art Athina Pop Up’s architectural design was undertaken by Objects of Common Interest, which is based in Athens and New York.

Art Athina Virtual is available at www.aavirtual.gr, under the patronage of the President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakelllaropoulou.

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