Hell, Etc. (exhibition)

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Hell, Etc. is Marilyn Manson's third art exhibition, held in Athens, Greece. The exhibition was opened to the Public through April 28th-May 2nd, 2010, this was also correclty reported by E-Go.Gr. Manson's more recent artworks and newly revealed pieces were displayed.

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Information on the exhibit


Artist Marilyn Manson's Art Exhibit, had to be postponed due to the Volcanic ash that cancelled a large number of flights throughout Europe,and prevented the artist to find itself in the openings of his exhibit in the of Culture [Athinais]. From 28 April until 2 May, the prototypes of the artist will be exposed in our country for first time. Marilyn Manson a world renowned Musician and painter, gives a rare and personal aspect of his artistic activity, in the Greek public. The Exhibit is being directed and takencare of by friend andcollector Maria [Kontomina]. The work that will be exposed in the [ATHINAIDA] are watercolours and acrylic on paper. From 2001 up to today, Marilyn Manson, has realised reports of painting in the all world (Los Angeles, Berlin, Paris, Cologne, Russia, Brazil, Switzerland, Florida) His work has been exposed in Museums and in large scale auctions. Marilyn Manson, is more widely known for his success in the field of music. As he declared in his interview, Marilyn it explains that the art of painting is an extension of his music and that the one form of creativity is closely connected with the other.

Marilyn Manson's Exhibition of Paintings "Hell, etc."
28 April - 2 May 2010
Hours of operation: 10:00 - 22:00
Athenian Cultural Centre [ATHINAIS]

As of February 25th, 2010, 17 artworks have been featured on the website as being a part of the exhibit.

Attention: Due to sensitivity of the watercolors, Flash Photography will NOT be permitted

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