2006 - 2005

2005 - 2004

2004 - 2003

2003 -2002

2002 - 2001

2001 - 2000

Eva Rothschild
20/10/2001 - 17/11/2001

Adam Chodzko
Limbo Land
24/11/2001 - 22/12/2001

Art Athina

Kate Barba
19/1/2002 - 16/2/2002

Vangelis Vlahos with Scott Myles, Stephen Sutcliffe, and Mary Redmond
The PRoject SPace
Hosted by Els Hanappe Underground and The Breeder basements projects
7 - 30/3/2002

Alan Michael
Vangelis Vlahos
Group exhibition
18/4/2002 - 8/6/2002

Alex Slade
The paintings of Mrs. Margaret
C. Wellington, Mansett, me

5 - 27/7/2002

For this exhibit, Alan Michael (1967 Glasgow) will be presenting a series of new paintings in which he combines, in a seemingly random way, various subjects and styles. These selected elements put together, form new associations that are often dark and twisted in nature with an underlying notion of aggression or sexuality. More specifically, references to artists like Horst, Soutine, the Futurists, and Duane Michaels, will be mixed with images of people from the artist's own peer group. Alan Michael appropriates, borrows, and copies. His manner of combining different styles and images is often reminiscent of the poster and leaflet designs that were popular with the dance clubs and pop concert halls of the 70s and 80s. This is the second presentation of work by Alan Michael at the gallery. In March, the artist had two solo-shows, at Entwistle in London, and at Transmission in Glasgow.


Vangelis Vlahos' (1971 Athens) work is more focused on one subject and one style. He will be showing a series of new drawings traced on rice-paper that picture the Embassy of the U.S.A. in Athens, a historical building designed by Walter Gropius in 1960. The drawings are based on photographs, which the artist had found among old newspaper archives. They have been executed in an exacted architectural manner that resembles the graphic style of representation so typical for the Bauhaus period. Vangelis Vlahos researches the context and the role of the building within contemporary Greek reality; the way in which it is recognized and valued. Vangelis Vlahos is curator of the PRoject SPace, a non-profit space in Athens, while his work was included last summer in a presentation at Sandroni Rey gallery in Los Angeles.