THE RIGHT TO SILENCE?
GREECE IN USA launches its program with the group exhibition “The Right to Silence?” that the non-profit platform organizes in New York under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Culture at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, City University of New York and at other cultural venues from December until June 2021. GREECE IN USA conceives and produces projects that build long-lasting partnerships with leading institutions and individuals who actively engage with Greece. In this context the opening exhibition consists of a survey and two parallel streams addressing different political and geographical contexts, focusing on Greece/Cyprus at Gallery X curated by Sozita Goudouna. GREECE IN USA has also invited curator and professor Thalia Vrachopoulos to respond to the theme with a focus on Asian Artists and curator Tressa Berman to propose a historic American artist. GREECE IN USA invites numerous artists, curators and scholars to respond to “The Right to Silence?,” the on-going events in NYC will be announced accordingly.