PCAI inagurates Keeping Time exhibition

Participating artists: Carly Glovinski, Lynne Harlow, Charly Nijensohn

Opening June 23 at 8 pm

Venue: “π” (Pi, Global Center for Circular Economy and Culture) in Delphi, Greece

Duration: June 23-October 30, 2022
Visiting days and hours: Wed-Sun, 9am-12pm & 5pm-8pm Free entrance

Polygreen Culture & Art Initiative (PCAI) and the Fidelity Art Collection inaugurate their new group exhibition in Delphi, Greece, with works from their respective collections. The curators Patricia Dellorfano, Lexi Lee Sullivan (Fidelity Art Collection) and Kika Kyriakakou (PCAI) note: “Keeping Time exhibition, with works by Carly Glovinski, Lynne Harlow and Charly Nijensohn, functions as a reflection on time and materiality embedding the environmental concerns of both collections.”

Carly Glovinski’s work explores the make-do, resourceful attitudes associated with domestic craft and a reverence for nature and the great outdoors, while the elements of time and place are embedded in her work. For Keeping Time she will be exhibiting her most recent body of work, Canning the Sunset made during the pandemic. Lynne Harlow, known for her elegant and considered explorations of light and space, creates the work Lodestars; seemingly magical objects that merge the natural and the manmade. Charly Nijensohn’s Beyond the End discusses the notion of confrontation between humanness and the natural forces of the universe surrounding it.

Keeping Time is hosted in the Delphi Pavilion, the recently renovated historical monument designed and constructed by leading Greek architects Dimitris and Petros Pikionis in the 1960s. PCAI and Polygreen’s new dynamic space under the name “π” (Pi, Global Center for Circular Economy and Culture) intends to further raise environmental awareness using contemporary art as its main vehicle. More

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