Why Are We Burning Out?


Students are increasingly stressed, anxious, and afraid to fail. What does that mean for our creative future?

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The Galleries Shaping Athens’ Art Renaissance


Exploring the deep roots of Athens’ art renaissance – and where it goes from here.


The buzz around Athens’ art scene has never been louder. Over the last decade, the city’s combination of accessible gallery spaces and an abundance of studios has engendered a creative new wave that is garnering international attention. The cultural conversation around Athens is exploding in part thanks to documenta, the prestigious contemporary art exhibition held every five years, which left its home in Kassel, Germany, for the first time for the 2017 edition which was co-hosted by the Greek capital.

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The Designer Using Bacteria Infused Textiles To Tackle Vagina Infection


It’s like yakult for your vulva.

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This Greek Designer Has a New Vision for the Future of Cities


Greek designer and engineer Nassia Inglessis talks to Culture Trip about the new work from Studio INI, currently occupying the courtyard at Somerset House as part of the London Design Biennale.

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Joan Leigh Fermor’s Depiction of Greece Is Joyful Nostalgia


A new exhibition at the Benaki Museum in Athens celebrates the astute and soulful photography of Joan Leigh Fermor.

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In Athens, Skateboarding Builds New Community 


“Skateboarding is not limited to a skatepark or a certain place – searching for spots or just cruising around is the perfect way to explore and meet new people. Because of this, skateboarding can be a powerful tool for natural integration. It seems to dissolve all barriers of class, sex, gender, race,” explains Ruby Mateja, co-founder of Free Movement Skateboarding in Athens.

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Mixed Feelings – an exploration of the impact of our digital habits , a chat with author Naomi Shimada


Social media is the most powerful, disruptive and exciting tool to have come into the world in the last decade. It’s role in our lives has drastically changed too, as we lean into its complex system of absorbing information, embracing likes, tracking follows and sharing bits of ourselves.

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Loose Joints talks to India Doyle


“Not everything needs to be a book!” declare Sarah Piegay Espe- non and Lewis Chaplin—potentially not the mantra you’d expect from a pair of publishers. But such an assertion defines the ethos of Loose Joints, where unique, innovative and commanding work from some of the most renowned contemporary photographers working today (Loose Joints publishes the likes of Harley Weir, Coco Capitán, Hugo Scott and Bobby Doherty, to name a few) is beautifully celebrated in perfectly original and impactfully de- signed tomes.


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