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KunstraumGoethe

KunstRaumGoethe

KunstRaumGoethe is an event-series of the Goethe-Institut Cyprus launched in 2020 consisting of exhibitions with contemporary artists and curators, who are connected to Germany and Cyprus in different ways and/or deal with this in their work.


Current

A graphic representation of the title "Found and lost" in gray and white colours which is placed on the left side of the picture. The upper half of the image has a white background and the lower one has a gray background. Above the word "found" we see with smaller orange and gray capital letters the word KunstRaumGoethe. © Goethe-Institut Zypern

Found and Lost

In its third edition KunstRaumGoethe is presenting the exhibition titled “Found and Lost”. The participating artists are Phung-Tien Phan from Germany and Marina Xenofontos from Cyprus.

For this exhibition the Goethe-Institut Cyprus invited the curator Lorenzo Graf from Germany, who prepared this exhibition proposal and concept following a research trip to Cyprus in November 2021. The “Found and Lost” exhibition consists of existing and newly produced sculptures, installations and video works.

  • An exhibition hall with tiles on the floor, yellow and gray panels on the ceiling and high windows perimetrically. In the middle of the room are frames of a double bed and a kid's bed. On the central wall a video is projected. On each of the side walls there is an artwork installation. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artists, Drei, Cologne and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
  • A wide angle view of an exhibition hall. On each of the three walls there is an artwork installation. At the back wall there is a video projection on a television. In the middle of the room are frames of a double bed and a kid's bed. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artists, Drei, Cologne and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
  • View of two of the walls of an exhibition hall. On the left wall there is a video projection showing the backs of two men. On the right wall there is an art installation with a big print and some boxfiles. There is an open door on the corner where the two walls meet. In the middle of the room are frames of a double bed and a kid's bed. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artists, Drei, Cologne and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
  • A stage in front of which is a wooden structure of two big steps. At the back wall of the stage is a video projection showing a bunny face looking at vegetables at a markert. On the right side of the picture there is an open door leading to a room where a light installation is on the floor. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artists, Drei, Cologne and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Phung-Tien Phan, Tragic Triangle Trip, 2022 (center) Marina Xenofontos, Dragmonster 1974, 2022 (right)
  • In the centre there is an open door leading to a room with wooden walls, in which a light installation is placed on the floor. On the right of the door there is a stairway. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Marina Xenofontos, Dragmonster 1974, 2022
  • Two rows of colorful lights are placed on the floor of a room, in front of a corner of wood-paneled walls. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Marina Xenofontos, Dragmonster 1974, 2022
  • An art installation showing several objects that are connected to each other. A dishwasher rack is fixed on the wall. Several white plastic cans are placed on the right of the rack, with a yellow incense stick on top of them. Below it a scraper is hanging. Next to it, there is a hanger with two coats: a khaki trench coat and a transparent rain coat. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Drei, Cologne
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Phung-Tien Phan, Dizzzy, 2021
  • An art installation. A metal rack is attached to a white wall with four objects on it. On the top left there is a yellow incense stick, with a long saw blade hanging underneath it, on the middle of the rack is a kitchen appliance with a silver, reflective surface and on its right a grey and white plush toy in the shape of a dinosaur is hanging off the rack. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Drei, Cologne
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Phung-Tien Phan, Dino at risk, 2021
  • A television, which is hanging on a wall, shows a picture of a car exploding and of two hands cutting food on a cutting board. A set of headphones are hanging below the television. On the left side of the television there is an art installation with a coat and a raincoat hanging from shelves. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Drei, Cologne
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Phung-Tien Phan, Dizzzy, 2021 (left), Girl at Heart, 2020 (right)
  • Close-up picture of the edges of black box files. On the inner side of some of the box files photographs are attached. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Marina Xenofontos, House Crystal, 2022 (detail)
  • An art installation is attached on a wall. It consists of a big print showing a white door, a tuxedo hanging from the door, a byzantine icon, a framed picture, two handprints, two shadows of open palms and a heating element. In front of the print some black boxfiles are arranged in a row on a shelf. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artist and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Marina Xenofontos, House Crystal, 2022
  • An exhibition hall. In the centre are frames of a double bed and a kid's bed. On the central wall there is a television showing a picture of a car exploding and of two hands cutting food on a cutting board. On the left side of the television there is an art installation with a raincoat. On the right side of the picture there are some wooden doors. © Goethe-Institut / Mirka Koutsouri, Courtesy of the artists, Drei, Cologne and Hot Wheels Athens
    Found and Lost: Phung-Tien Phan, Marina Xenofontos (exhibition view)
    Phung-Tien Phan, Dizzzy, 2021, Girl at Heart, 2020, Marina Xenofontos, Class Memorial Bed, 2021, Class Memorial Children’s Bed, 2021 (from left rear to front right)

Previous Exhibitions:

Marion Jungeblut & Dagmar Glausnitzer-Smith and Stelios Kallinikou – Exhibitions

  • The image shows a wide paved path. In the middle is a tree with a banner attached to its trunk that reads Interlaced.  Behind it is a building. On the left is a piece of art and on the right you can see the open door and people inside the building. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Natalie Stylianou
    Exhibitions "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" & "Acrobat above the dome" at KunstRaumGoethe.
  • In the picture you can see a construction made of different wooden frames. Different materials are fixed on this wooden frame and different words are fixed on it. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • The image shows a tree in which two white fabric banners are attached. One banner says Mühe and the banner further back in the picture says Voll. Between them is a pink colored installation. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Natalie Stylianou
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • The picture shows a woman (Dagmar Glausnitzer-Smith) standing sideways to the camera. She has tied back her hair and wears a red jacket with a black pattern. In her hand she holds a pair of glasses. In the background you can see a picture hanging on the wall to her left and right. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    German artist Dagmar Glausnitzer-Smith
  • The picture shows three women talking to each other. In the background you can see different works of art. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    German artist Dagmar Glausnitzer-Smith presents her exhibition.
  • The image shows the upper part of a wall with windows and a ceiling. On the windows hang different pictures. These show different sections of motifs. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Elli Michael
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • The image shows ten pictures hanging in two rows next to each other. These always show certain small sections of an image. In the middle underneath there is a small digital screen. On this screen you can see the upper half of a head. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • In the picture you can see a white square. There are four pictures on it. On the top two it says Reflect yourself.  In the background you can see a woman. On the lower right picture it says Secret of Nil and on the lower left one you can see Cold Know Lock Down. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • The image shows a section of a room. On the wall there are three pictures. All three are in shades of blue with motives related to water. In the foreground there is a white cuboid on which four more pictures are installed. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • On the right side of the picture you can see a woman (Dagmar Glausnitzer-Smith). Next to her hang four pictures, in two rows, showing the sea and the horizon. On all the pictures is the word Meeresspiegel. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Interlaced – Verflochten zwischen Schichten" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • In the foreground you can see the side profile of a man (Stelios Kallinikou). He is wearing a black T-shirt and has tattoos. He gestures with his hands. In the background you can see three works of art. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    The artist Stelios Kallinkou presents his exhibition.
  • In the center of the picture there is a man (Stelios Kallinkou). He gestures with his hands. To the right and left of him hang two portraits of monkeys each. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    The artist Stelios Kallinkou presents his exhibition.
  • The right half of the picture is occupied by a staircase. Next to it, two portraits of monkeys hang on a wooden paneling on the wall. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Acrobat above the dome" in KunstRaumGoethe
  • In the picture you can see a room, which is two-thirds covered with wood. On the wall hangs a mirror in the right corner. Above the wooden paneling hangs a series of pictures. On the left wall, in the right upper corner hang two more pictures. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Acrobat above the dome" in KunstRaumGoethe
  • On the left side of the image you can see people in the background, which are slightly blurred. On the right side there is a picture. On the picture you can see a small child kneeling. Next to the child is a toy dino. The child is looking through a window at a monkey. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Acrobat above the dome" in KunstRaumGoethe
  • You can see two pictures hanging on a window. On the pictures you can see two monkeys leaning on each other and hugging. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Elli Michael
    Exhibition "Acrobat above the dome" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • In the center of the picture there is a piano.Behind the piano stands a man (Stelios Kallinkou).  The same man is talking with the two women who are standing in front of the piano. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    The artist Stelios Kallinkou presents his exhibition.
  • The image shows a tablet standing on the music paper holder of a piano. The tray is operated by one hand. In front of it you can see another slightly blurred hand. A file is being played on the tablet. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Andreas Loucaides
    Exhibition "Acrobat above the dome" at KunstRaumGoethe
  • In the picture you can see a group of eight people standing in a semicircle around a man (Stelios Kallinkou). He is telling something. Around the people, you can see different works of art. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Natalie Stylianou
    Visitors during an exhibition tour
  • In the foreground of the picture is a laptop to shene. Next to it hangs a screen on which a picture is shown. In the background on the walls are other works of art. In front of them is a sofa on which two people are sitting and a chair with another person. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Natalie Stylianou
    Artist talk in the KunstRaumGoethe
  • In the picture you can see some people sitting on chairs distributed in a hall. Their gaze is directed to the front.  Around the people, different artworks can be seen on the walls. Photo: Goethe-Institut, Natalie Stylianou
    Artist talk in the KunstRaumGoethe

Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition

  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Kyriaki Costa
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Kyriaki Costa
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Kyriaki Costa
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
  • KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition Photo: Goethe-Institut/Andreas Loucaides
    KunstRaumGoethe: Horst Weierstall and Kyriaki Costa – Exhibition
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