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.
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.
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)