This special season marked by the hotel’s 20th anniversary, the Belvedere commissioned artist Olga Migliaressi Phoca to produce two neon artworks that would fit well both with the history of the hotel as well as its aesthetics.
“Holiday Sin” is a free standing neon sculpture positioned in the hotel’s entrance.
Inspired by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famous Matsuhisa Mykonos restaurant that resides within Belvedere premises, Migliaressi created a playful neon installation that reads “Finding Nobu”.
Holiday Sin and Finding Nobu became integral parts of the Hotel’s life over the summer, prompting guests to interact with them and take pictures of themselves indulging in their own…holiday sin!
About the artist
Olga Migliaressi-Phoca is a Greek contemporary artist whose work has been exhibited extensively in major public and private cultural foundations. Migliaressi creates neon installations that derive from the logos of popular imagery. Through the use of word-play, the artist twists iconic imagery that characterize contemporary western societies. In her work Migliaressi aims to stimulate debate and interaction with the audience.