Claudia Comte, How to Grow and Still Stay the Same Shape, 2019 / Castello di Rivoli, Torino (IT) / Photo Roman März © Studio Claudia Comte
What If Women Ruled The World?
Mar 8 – Nov 10, 2024
Athens, Greece

From December 2023 to November 2024, the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMΣT) presents a cycle of exhibitions, in four parts, exclusively dedicated to the work of women artists or artists who identify as female, under the broader umbrella title, What if Women Ruled the World? On 8 March 2024, International Women’s Day, Part II of the exhibition cycle will inaugurate six new projects by five artists:

Yael Bartana
What if Women Ruled the World and Two Minutes to Midnight
Curator: Stamatis Schizakis

Claudia Comte
The Origin of the Shockwave Ripple Effect (yellow and turquoise)
Curator: Daphne Vitali

Hadassah Emmerich
Epicurean Eden
Artistic production | Coordination: Yannis Arvanitis
Supported by the Mondriaan Fund

Lola Flash
Curator: Ioli Tzanetaki

Malvina Panagiotidi
Αll Dreams are Vexing
Curator: Anna Mykoniati

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The exhibitions opening on 8 March will accompany those inaugurated in December 2023 as part of Part I of What If Women Ruled the World?, which includes the re-hang of the museum’s permanent collection, entitled WOMEN, together and featuring the first comprehensive presentation of a number of works from the D.Daskalopoulos Collection Gift to EΜΣΤ, as well as three solo exhibitions by Danai Anesiadou (D POSSESSIONS); Leda Papaconstantinou (Time in my hands. A Retrospective); Chryssa Romanos (The Search for Happiness for as Many as Possible); and a series of performances by Alexis Blake.

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