The post-war German artist Martin Kippenberger was versatile and prolific. His earlier works are often tinged with humour, while his later works, like The Raft of the Medusa, a series created in the final year of his life (when he was still only in his mid forties), confront his own mortality, and incorporate explicit references to the great masters.
 This exhibition of Kippenberger’s oeuvre is put together by NEON, a non-profit organisation that works to bring contemporary culture in Greece to everyone through free exhibitions, talks and other events.