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Thursday 01st June 2017
Friday 30th June 2017
18:00 - 18:00
30 days/nights
Remnou Street Shops
  Pafos Pafos
Remnou, Paphos, Cyprus
Not Available
Duration: Thursday 1 – Friday 30 June

“Idiosynchronism” was an art movement founded in Pafos in 2005. It was voluntarily disbanded in 2011 following its quinquennial. In its brief existence it attracted more than 60 members worldwide, including prizewinning artists, theorists, and art educators. It arguably engendered subsequent ‘coincidental’ art activities in a number of locations including London, New York, and St Petersburg.

We invite you to walk along these forgotten back streets of Pafos, where the atmosphere of the empty shops carries the sound of the recent economic recession. Find, if you can, the scattered artworks painted by two individuals who never met but shared a common passion for the movement of ‘Idiosynchronism’: The Divine Mother Hubbard and the late Jemima Puddleduck.

The exhibition is curated by (under the auspices of) Nic Costa, graduate of the Royal College of Art.

Pafos 2017

The title of the European Capital of Culture in 2017 has led to a high quality programme which is now being implemented with great optimism, passion and vision.

The launching of Pafos 2017 European Cpatital of Culture and more importantly the programme as a whole is considered more as a starting point and not as an arrival.

Hosting the biggest European cultural initiative is a great honour for our small city of Pafos as well as a huge responsibility and prospect. After going through troubled waters, Pafos is now on a course for progress and growth. The European Capital of ...