The Akamas peninsula plays host this summer to an Eco Art exhibition, a project of Pafos 2017—European Capital of Culture.
The Akamas peninsula plays host this summer to an Eco Art exhibition, a project of Pafos 2017—European Capital of Culture. Preparations for the exhibition began one year ago, when noted artists from five European countries visited the area to study its rich ecology and culture. Artists created site-specific works that encourage reflection on the human presence in the natural environment. The works will be completed in situ on 17-22 April. On 23 April at noon, an opening ceremony in Arodes village will introduce the works with a dance performance and a curated walking tour of the sculptural installations; the artists will be present to answer questions. The exhibition continues throughout the summer with a self-guided tour map. Anassa offers bespoke exhibition tours, including transit, the annotated map, the exhibition catalogue, an expert tour guide, and refreshments. Contact Guest Services to arrange the tour that best suits your needs.