Evi Kalogiropoulou at Kunstverein Dresden / Dresden

Evi Kalogiropoulou / Delirious Athens

Curated by Lotte Puschmann

30.01. – 02.04. 2020

Kunstverein Dresden

Photo: Stefan Krauth

Evi Kalogiropoulou is concerned with ancient feminist concepts and myths relevant to the female body. How were they perceived in the past and how are they represented in today’s society? Can new cultural identities arise from the emancipation of the female body in the context of technical developments? In her examination of post-feminist theories, the Greek artist not only questions patriarchal historiography, she also inscribes her view in a speculative and questioning continuation of the ancient myths. The exhibition Delirious Athens – the artist’s first solo exhibition in Germany – shows sculptural works in addition to a filmic work by Kalogiropoulou, examining the connections between mythology, patriarchal social structures and notions of femininity.

Evi Kalogiropoulou (b. 1985 in Athens) lives and works in Athens and London. She studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts and the Royal College of Art London. Her work has already been shown at the Benaki Museum, Athens, the Whitechapel Gallery, the Chisenhale Gallery and the British Film Institute, London.


Lotte Puschmann (b. 1981 in Hannover) is a freelance curator, art and culture manager. She organises art events in Europe, develops cultural concepts together with artists and galleries and advises collectors and companies. Puschmann lives in Vienna.