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EXHIBITIONS
7 May - 23 July 2022 | The exhibition One Hundred Fifty Eight Attempts for Revision comprises of four volumes: the three-volume project Propaedeutics on Memorial Structures (2018-2020) which investigates the social, political and cultural condition of memorials and monuments in Cyprus and We Never Had Winners (2021).
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7 May - 23 July 2022 | Sensing is believing, believing is seeing is a series of photographic works which utilise remote sensing techniques, namely photogrammetry and LiDAR scanning.
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7 May - 23 July 2022 | The exhibition, Frenk Bey, Fortress and the Thing, deals with the history of colonial Cyprus via a fictional narrative.
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16 April - 25 May 2022 | Despo Frederickou’s new work, entitled "Roman Years. The Journey Continues", is inspired by the history of Cyprus – the Roman era.
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In the context of the Project Room programme, NiMAC [The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides Foundation] presents the exhibition The Day Begins at Night by artist Lefteris Tapas.
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2 March - 24 April 2021 | The exhibition brings together eighteen artists, born in the 1990’s, who delve into the concept of identity formation.
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11 June – 1 August 2020 | An Exhibition On Borders. NiMAC [The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides Foundation] and Goethe-Institut Cyprus organise and present the exhibition Getting Across at NiMAC.
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29 November 2019 - 29 February 2020 | On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of NiMAC, the project seeks to showcase the plurality of practices among Cypriot contemporary artists, and will unfold via two platforms: an exhibition and a forum.
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15 October - 6 November 2019 | NiMAC [The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides Foundation] is celebrating this year twenty-five years of continuous creative presence in the cultural life of Cyprus.An audio-visual recollection of the NiMAC’s long history through its archives.
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10 - 31 May 2019 | An exhibition by Toula Liasi dedicated to the missing persons in Cyprus.
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