As a side effect of the homogenization occurring throughout the world’s cultural spectrum, there is a worldwide orientation towards renegotiating local traditions-in the need of a society not to function as a poor relative of the dominant empire of intellectual production, but as an equal diversified commensal. Within the social turmoil experienced by Greece, and […]
Alaska Purchase and the Yup’ik Republic On March 30, 1867 in Washington D.C. after an all-night negotiating session between the United States Secretary of State William H.Seward and the the Russian minister to the United States Eduard de Stoeckl, the Great nation of the United States of America purchased from the Empire of Russia […]
The Treaty of Portsmouth On the 5th of September 1905 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, representatives of the great Empires of Japan and Russia reached a remarkable point in history by signing the Portsmouth Peace Treaty, ending thus the Russo-Japanese conflict that began in 1904 in the Northeast pacific ocean. The peace conference began when His […]
Silkscreen print on paper, edition of 10, 2012 A Grecian looking torso, filled with the tattoos preferred by the supporters of the far-right in Greece. The picture of the torso used in this print was found in a homoerotic dating website.
The Boundary Treaty of 1881 The Boundary Treaty between the Argentine Republic and the Republic of Chile took place in Buenos Aires in 1881. After agreeing on the 5.500 Km shared border between the two Nations, the committee led by Argentinian Internal Affairs Minister Bernardo de Irigoyen and Chilean Cansul General Francisco de Borja Echeverria […]
The Baptistery Project / Communion, 2013 3 types of wood, aluminum. Dimensions variable In the Baptistery Project, the temple of San Giovanni, the Florence Baptistry is used as a symbol of the absurd process to define a solid Greek national identity. As the temple was developed through the ages by a variety of cultural elements […]