Archiving Fabric

Fabric
in
Archives

The documentary “Fabric” we produced for “documenta 14” in 2017 and that narrates a Middle Eastern family story as well as the history of the industrial complex that today houses the Athens School of Fine Arts is part of major Greek archives:

Archive
Fabric
15 February 2019

@ Athens School of Fine Art
Athens
Greece

“Fabric” is archived by the American School of Classical Studies, so “Fabric” is now part of the collection of the archives of the Gennadius Library. The Gennadius Library is an internationally renowned center for Hellenic history and culture studies with a very rich collection of books, manuscripts, archives, and works of art.

“Fabric” is included in the archives of the Foundation of the Hellenic World.
The Foundation’s mission is the preservation and dissemination of Hellenic history and tradition, the creation of an awareness of the universal dimension of Hellenism and the promotion of its contribution to cultural evolution.

“Fabric” is included in the archives of the Athens School of Fine Arts.
The Athens School of Fine Arts was established in 1836 and its history virtually coincides with the history of the modern Greece. Leading Greek artists, representing many tendencies of fine arts, left their mark as members of the School’s teaching staff, thereby building throughout its long history the prestigious name of the Athens School of Fine Arts. Therefore, in the consciousness of the Greek citizens, the history of Modern Greek Art is attributed to Athens School of Fine Arts.