IN THE SEA OF THE SETTING SUN
The State Gallery of Contemporary Art - SPEL, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2023
Waterfall
Xarkis festival, Agros, Cyprus, 2022
Glass Cage Dream
Eins Gallery, Limassol, Cyprus, 2022
Weeper Capuchin
6th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, 2021
Flamingo Theater
State and Nature, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, 2021
acrobat above the dome
Goethe-Institut Zypern, 2021
Fabrica hill
Thkio Ppalies, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2021
Nebokeru
Grey Noise, Dubai, 2021
Howlings and optical illusions
Saigon, Athens, Greece, 2020
hypersurfacing
NiMAC, Nicosia, Cyprus , 2019-2020
Nymphaeaceae
Point Centre for Contemporary Art , Nicosia, Cyprus, 2019
Phenomenon 3
Anafi Island, Greece, 2019
rcsaerh
Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany, 2019
Studies in Geology
APhF19, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece, 2019
Studies in Geology
Foam Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2018

Over The Horizon, Drone Vision: Surveillance, Warfare, Protest
Nimac, Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, 2018
SKPP
PARTY Contemporary | Artist-run gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2018

Where are you going young man, handsome like a legend
Point Centre for Contemporary Art, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2017
The Equilibrists
organized by the Deste Foundation and the New Museum, New York in collaboration with the Benaki Museum, 2016


Where are you going young man, handsome like a legend.
Point Centre for Contemporary Art
Nicosia, Cyprus, 2017


In this new series of images Kallinikou continues his research on the politics of the landscape. This time he creates photographs of enigmatic landscapes of Cyprus’ nature. At most of these landscapes one can notice caves that introduce the human element in these images. A primitive form of architecture or gates to another dimension? What we actually witness is Kallinikou’s peripatetic journey and effort to find and photograph the hideouts constructed and used by the EOKA guerrilla group during the national liberation struggle of 1955 – 1959 against British rule. The forest as a holy place becomes the space where Kallinikou, moving through primal paths, wonders about the true nature of things.

For more
read exhibition review by Harris Pellapaisiotis