Filippos Kavakas at City Art Now

City Art Now writes about If you want to have sex with a Sparrow, You have to make love with a Dinosaur | A Solo Show by Filippos Kavakas at Allouche Benias Gallery.

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Ross Bleckner at Pretzel Gallery

Pharmaceutria | Ross Bleckner's solo show at Pretzel Gallery.

April - June 2019

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Allouche Benias Gallery: Το νέο καλλιτεχνικό big thing της Αθήνας

Vogue writes about Allouche Benias Gallery

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Σύγχρονες αλληγορίες, ποπ αισθητική και νεοκλασικό μεγαλείο

'Η ΚΑΘΗΜΕΡΙΝΗ' γράφει για την έκθεση 'In Total Light: A Group Show by 12 Greek Artists'.

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Stelios Faitakis: How Greece Inspires His Art

Stelios Faitakis | The New York Times


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b. x Zurbaran

Allouche Benias collaborated with Zurbaran to curate the Athenian restaurant's space with the latest work of artist b. 

Les Rogers speaks to Vimagazino

Les Rogers recently sat down with Vimagazino to discuss his ideas and influences behind his most recent exhibition, “Prometheus Now” which opened September 27, 2018. Rogers says, “when something appears beautiful it's easy. I continue to hope that my work transpires a threat”. 

Vassilis H. Solo Exhibition Press

The Vassilis H. exhibition Blue Shadows and A Couple of Oranges that was held at Allouche Benias Gallery from 22 June- 21 September 2018 was featured in the Greek press. 

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Inaugural Exhibition, Allouche Benias

The inaugural exhibition at Allouche Benias on view through September 15, 2018 featuring works by artists: Kenny Scharf, Enoc Perez, Ross Bleckner and Donald Baechler was reviewed in the arts sections of the Greek press. 

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From New York to the Deligiorgi Mansion

Featured in one of Greece's most prominent culture magazines, founders of Allouche Benias Gallery, Eric Allouche and George Benias discuss the reasons why they chose Athens as the home for their new artistic venture, their vision for  growth of the Greek art market and the landmark building that they chose to host their artists' work.