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The Elounda Summit

(The Differences Between The Parts Are The Subject of The Composition)

008 / 30 April 2015


The Elounda Summit (The Differences Between The Parts Are The Subject of The Composition) refers to the Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou's personal mediation between France and Libya over arrangements for bilateral troop withdrawals from Chad, in a summit meeting in Elounda Bay, Crete on 15 November 1984.


Read Vangelis Vlahos in conversation with Stephanie Bailey here.


About the author

Vangelis Vlahos

Vangelis Vlahos was born in 1971 in Athens, Greece where he lives and works. His participation in group shows includes On the moment of change there is always a new threshold of imagination, Artspace, Auckland (2014); Gesture, Kunstverein Stuttgart (2014); Europe / South East. Recorded Memories, The Museum of Photography Braunschweig (2013); Current Pasts, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (2012); The End of Money, Witte de With, Rotterdam (2011); MONODROME, 3rd Athens Biennale (2011); To the Arts, Citizens!, Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto (2010); tanzimat, Augarten Contemporary, Vienna (2010); 11th Istanbul Biennial (2009); After Architecture, Centre d'Art Santa Monica, Barcelona (2009); ISLANDS+GHETTOS, NGBK & Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin (2009); Monument to transformation, City Gallery Prague, Prague (2009); Selective Knowledge, ITYS, Institute for Contemporary Art and Thought, Athens (2008); A Number of Worlds Resembling Our Own, SMART Project Space, Amsterdam (2007); 27th Sao Paulo Biennale (2006); Behind Closed Doors, Dundee Centre for Contemporary Arts, Dundee (2005); Manifesta 5, San Sebastian (2004), and the 3rd Berlin Biennial (2004).