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The exhibition “The Greeks. From Agamemnon to Alexander the Great” ‘travels’ to South Korea

The exhibition "The Greeks. From Agamemnon to Alexander the Great", which features more than 350 artifacts will be inaugurated today, Tuesday, June 4, at...

A new “reading” of Delos through the exhibition of Anthony Gormley

A new, unique exhibition offers a different view of the Delos archaeological site. “SIGHT” by British artist Sir Antony Gormley, is an exhibition of...

De Differentia: Why do we hate that which is different?

The concept of otherness as a value is based on recognition, acceptance and respect. It requires understanding that each individual is unique; it recognizes...

Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures from Saudi Arabia

The exhibition titled “Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures from Saudi Arabia” at the Benaki Museum (138 Pireos st.), which runs through May 26, explores...

«Athens as a Book»: Pick up a book before the flight at the Athens...

Travelers departing from the Athens airport, now have a chance to pick up a book written by acclaimed Greek writers and translated into English,...

Banksy meets Amnesty International at Technopolis

A new exhibition dedicated to Banksy, one of the most prominent street artists of our time, opens today, February 27 at the Technopolis of...

Soloup’s solo exhibition at the Benaki Museum

The Benaki Museum (Pireos) presents a solo exhibition by Soloup (Antonis Nikolopoulos) which is based on his new graphic novel The Collector: Six stories...

“Road of Light and Hope-Voyage of Hellenism to Japan” at the Byzantine and Christian...

The Byzantine and Christian Museum presents the photography exhibition by Miro Ito titled “Road of Light and Hope-Voyage of Hellenism to Japan” through to...

“Studios in time”: Ten female artists at the Frissiras Museum

The Frissiras Museum in Plaka, presents the exhibition titled "Studios in time", until April 30 2019, which features ten distinguished female artists, whose work...

The archaeological treasure of Philippi of Kavala “travels” to New York

One of Greece’s most important historical and archaeological monuments and the last one to be included in the Unesco World Heritage Site list (2016),...