Last Saturday Litsa and I visited the.flat (14, Karamanlaki street, Athens), to attend the opening of the 'New York Weekends'.
First of all, what is the.flat? Well, according to the flat.mates, the.flat is a non-profit space ready to welcome and host creative activities of friends and artists with unconditional ideas during the recession time. And well, as you may have guessed, it's actually an apartment.
About the New York Wekends now: To begin with, if you enjoy reading as much as I do, you can find rare magazines and books about New York in the reading room.
When it's time to use the Water Closet (aka the bathroom), be careful:
Then, there is the kitchen:
(Jesus is Coming. Look Busy)
'I was looking for some apple cider'
(Litsa and I never miss the chance to take silly pictures)
During December you will also have the chance to enjoy the photo exhibition of Apostolos Douras:
It's all about the streets of New York.
Let's visit the living room now:
I forgot to mention that there was an unplugged concert: Gypsy George came all the way from Brooklyn to perform at the opening night.
'New York, New York'
There is even a bedroom:
'He was cute, not at all abominable'
Somersby apple cider: We approve
Gypsy George performing live, in the living room.
'I mustache you a question'
Litsa with the adorable and talented Gypsy George.
New York Weekends at the.flat:
8/12: American Brunch (13:00)
13/12: Flat.Screen Double Bill (21:00)
15/12: Deer and Hot Chocolate (12:00-21:00)
21&22/12: Cupcakes and Carols (12:00-21:00)
See you there!