Articles of ‘Daphne Vitali’

The Shadow of History and the Simulacrum in the Art of Andreas Angelidakis

The Shadow of History and the Simulacrum in the Art of Andreas Angelidakis

“Do we even need architecture anymore?”
Andreas Angelidakis

By Alexandria Pierce

Andreas Angelidakis’s body of work, inspired by the city of Athens, continues to signify the shadow of history and the simulacrum in works like Vessel (2016), which is both a sculpture and an animated video. Humorously, it features a pithos, a [...]



Between Past and Present: Ivan Grubanov and Vangelis Vlahos discuss their project, ‘Current Pasts,’ with Daphne Vitali

Between Past and Present: Ivan Grubanov and Vangelis Vlahos discuss their project, 'Current Pasts,' with Daphne Vitali

Current Pasts is a collaborative project that brings together Greek artist Vangelis Vlahos and Serbian artist Ivan Grubanov. In their visual research, both focus on an exploration of history and the role of memory, recording latter-day sociopolitical and historical developments and attempting to offer relevant interpretations. They often probe their native countries’ recent [...]



DAPHNE VITALI

DAPHNE VITALI

Daphne Vitali is an art historian and curator who divides her time between Athens and Rome. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in art history from Camberwell College of Arts and a Master of Arts in contemporary art theory from Goldsmiths, University of London. Since 2005, she has worked at the National Museum [...]