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A hidden world of art

An exhibition by painter and installation designer Dimitris Alithinos from Greece called Hysteron, Proteron, Us will open on Wednesday at the Archaeological museum in Limassol.

Fore more than four decades, Alithinos has pushed the boundaries of art and exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Greece and around the world.

One of his best known works is the 176 Concealments, a series of works hidden around the world consisting of photos, videos and texts. A large scale installation, made with more than 2,000 wall clocks, helps visualise the essential concept of the invisible Concealments series and will be part of his latest exhibition.

Hysteron, Proteron, Us
Exhibition by Greek artist Dimitris Alithinos. Opening October 31 at 7pm at the Archeological Museum of the Limassol district. Until January 15. The exhibition is sponsored by the Department of Antiquities and the Ministry of Transport and will be inaugurated by Minister of Transport Vassiliki Anastassiadou as well as Greek Ambassador Ilias Fotopoulos. For more information visit

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