The exhibition entitled “Female Art” presented the theme of women and their rights in modern society. What was shown from the exhibition was a “reborn” woman through the eyes of artists. The exhibition examined the way in which women fight for their rightful place in society, the way in which they experience violence and the deprivation of their rights, the views they receive, but also the way in which art itself must help woman pronouncing her shelter.

The works exuded this new look towards women and the difficulties they face today, and more specifically what it is like to be a female artist in Greece today.

The exhibition was held in order to raise awareness of the public and the art community around this sensitive issue. 

The virtual art exhibition was held from 3 May to 3 June 2021.


  • Aliki Amyrali
  • Zana Vossou
  • Marialena Gerodimou
  • Mihaela Constantin
  • Sotiris Iliadis
  • Christos Kastrinakis
  • Theodoros Kemidis
  • Efstratia Machairidi
  • Xanthi Toutounzoglou
  • Stelios Tsimogiannis

Art curator

Eleni Apostolopoulou

Eleni Apostolopoulou was born in 1998 in Athens. She is an art historian and curator of art exhibitions. A graduate of the Athens School of Fine Arts in 2020, where she attended lectures and seminars on exhibition curation and digital humanities. She has authored papers on the dissemination of international exhibitions as well as critical texts in past exhibitions. She is interested in supervising and continuing her studies on this subject with a master’s degree in Japan. She has excellent knowledge of English, very good Japanese and mediocre German.

This year she is collaborating with culture 365 for the organization and curation of the exhibition entitled “Art of the female gender”, which will examine the current position of women in society.

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