Edited by 3 137
(Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Kosmas Nikolaou, Paky Vlassopoulou)

English | Greek
158 + 64 pages

ISBN: 978-2-918252-82-5

25 €


Conceived and edited by the Athens-based artist-run space 3137, the brainchild of artists Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Paky Vlassopoulou and Kosmas Nikolaou, the book After the Explosion You Still Hear the Light is the final chapter of a 7-years research on artistic practices, artists groups and spaces of 1970s Greece. The most extensive research project run by 3 137 to date, it investigated the many (and eclectic) but yet largely unexplored affinities between the 1970s generation and the contemporary artistic production in Greece. The overall project both documents and contributes to intergenerational encounters and conversations between artists, historians, art critics and theoreticians, cultural producers, and other agents who have played a pivotal role in the local artistic creation over the last sixty years.

The publication was made possible thanks to the financial support by the J. F. Costopoulos Foundation and Gerasimos Giannopoulos.

Co-published with 3 137, Athens

After the Explosion You Still Hear the Light, 2023
Contributors: Eleni Bagaki, Klea Charitou, Martha Christofoglou, Diohandi, Alkisti Efthymiou, Martha Fosteri, Irene Gerogianni, Danai Giannoglou, Charis Kanellopoulou, Alexia Karavela, Stathis Logothetis, Christoforos Marinos, Emmanuel Mavrommatis, Thanasis Moutsopoulos, Tina Pandi, Bia Papadopoulou, Nicoleta Prepi, Aris Prodromidis, Theo Prodromidis, Yorgos Sapountzis, Stamatis Schizakis, Mare Spanoudaki, Beatrice Spiliadis, Kostas Stasinopoulos, Evita Tsokanta, 3 137
Graphic Design: Panos Papanagiotou
English | Greek
158 + 64 pages, 16.3 x 23.5 cm
ISBN: 978-2-918252-82-5