residency: May 2015

Klea Charitou (Greece)

  • Klea Charitou
    • (b. 1986, Athens, Greece) ) is an art historian and curator based in Athens.
    • After a BA in Greek Literature at Kapodistrian University of Athens, she graduated with an MA in Art History from Aristotle University, Thessaloniki and a second MA in Curating from the University Rennes 2, Rennes. Currently, as a PhD candidate in the School of Fine Arts of Athens, she prepares a thesis entitled The relations between Art and Language in the 70s Greek art.
    • She is part of the Curatorial team of Kunsthalle Athena and collaborated in various projects, including: South as a State of Mind arts and culture magazine, This Is Not My Beautiful House, POLITICAL SPEECHES (Kunsthalle Athena), Cady Noland, (University Rennes2 and FRAC Bretagne), PAWNSHOP, E-FLUX Project (3rd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art), Demo #2, Architecture, Theory, Visual Arts, Design, Performance (DYNAMO project-space). She has been selected for the 2015 annual curatorial fellowship in the Art Space Pythagorion, Samos.
  • 19/05/2015
  • ReDirecting: East Conversation #20 & #21
    • Mirene Arsanios and Klea Charitou
      • How does the organization of artistic initiatives in places affected by radical crisis proceed? Mirene Arsanios and Klea Charitou talk about their research and organizational experiences in Lebanon and Greece.
The residency has been organized in the framework of the Re-Directing: East project and has been possible thanks to the financial support of the City of Warsaw.