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Last chance to see exhibition at eins gallery


A solo exhibition by well-known artist and professor Panayiotis Michael at eins gallery will run until June 12. The showcase titled Humming in Non-Linear Time “flirts with what movement of time holds,” the gallery says, “how memories are reconstructed in new cracks of rhythm.”

“Panayiotis Michael’s past and current work continues to be informed by a tracing of what becomes remote. Enigmatic and transforming, the project of returning to a scene or a proposed futurity in the hope of integrating experience may reflect futility. And often, the artist finds himself in the material of rethinking experiences of the private and the public, in a flow of associations and the forms that they take.”

As an artist and Associate Professor at the Arts and Communication Department at Frederick University, Michael has been involved in the local and international art scene over the years. He co-represented Cyprus at Venice Biennial with Konstantia Sofokleous in 2005 and has taken part in numerous exhibitions across Europe and the US. When he’s not teaching or creating, Michael is found working with the art group pick nick which he co-founded along with writer Maria Petrides and visual artist and architect Alkis Hadjiandreou. This month however, he takes his viewers on a journey through time, intersecting ordinary meanings.


Humming in Non-linear Time

Solo exhibition by Panayiotis Michael. Until June 12. Eins gallery, Limassol. Wednesday-Friday: 4pm-8pm and Saturday: 11am-4pm or by appointment. Tel: 99-522977

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