Takis Foundation & Piraeus Gallery Visit
If you would like to visit Takis Foundation and a selection of galleries in Piraeus, we have organised transport that leaves the Athens Capital Hotel at 10:30 on Saturday, June 18, and returns at approximately 14:00.
You will have a few hours to visit the galleries and surrounding area at your leisure.
There is a lovely wine bar called Paleo for people who want to grab a bite.
If you would like to visit the foundation and the galleries, please email us to reserve your place on a first-come, first-served basis.
+30 210 2313410
+30 210 2389019
The sculptor Takis buys a 10 acre land in Gerovouno hill, located at the foot of mount Parnitha. It is a distinct geographic location, at a height of 175 meters- 19 meters higher than the Acropolis; thus in the past it was named “Holy Mountain”. Prompted by the strong magnetic fields of the hill, takis begins the construction of a nonprofit cultural organization, aspiring to promote the Arts and the Sciences. Ever since, the Takis Foundation has been the birthplace of Takis’ research and art. The Foundation aims to promote knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts to the general public, as well as to provide services, facilities and support programs for both education and contemporary art.
The Intermission and Balice Hertling are pleased to present Camille Blatrix’s “In the attic”.
The artist's first solo show in Greece will open on Sunday the 19th of June, 2022 from 18:00 to 21:00.
Carwan Gallery is a leading international contemporary design gallery with a focus on promoting and producing cutting-edge collectible design from the Near East region and beyond, prompting a rich exchange of ideas.
BlueCycle is a Blue and Circular economy initiative which aims to reuse marine plastic waste generated from shipping and fishing activities.
Its goal is to create new, high-quality material suitable for re-integration into the industry, and to explore and promote a holistic approach to the sea waste problem.
Art galleries and museums in other areas of Athens
We have listed below a number of art galleries and museums that you may wish to visit. Most of these are a short stroll from the Athens Capital Hotel so you can do these at your leisure. The Breeder Gallery is a 25min walk from the hotel or a 10min taxi ride.
The Breeder gallery was founded in 2002 by Stathis Panagoulis and George Vamvakidis. Over the past twenty years, The Breeder gallery has been a pioneer in the development of the contemporary art scene in Athens.
Museum of Cycladic Art
The Museum of Cycladic Art is a living cultural institution in the centre of Athens that focuses on the promotion of the ancient civilizations of the Aegean and Cyprus, with special emphasis on Cycladic art of the 3rd millennium BC. It has operated since 1986 to house and display the private collection of antiquities of Dolly and Nikolaos Goulandris. Since then, it has expanded significantly and today holds one of the most complete private collections of Cycladic art in the world
Open Saturday: 11:00 - 15:00
TEN CARPETS has been running since 1900. Art Rug Projects is a collaboration with international artists to make exceptional and unique handmade rugs and tapestries as unique works of art.
11 Haritos Street
106 75 Kolonaki
T: +30 210 7217679
F: +30 210 7217623
Since its inception in 1995 Kalfayan Galleries have been a pioneer in the expansion of the contemporary art scene in Greece.
With a particular focus on Greece, the Balkans and the MENAM region, the gallery's roster reflects the unique character of acting as a bridge between Eastern and Western visual culture. The gallery has established a strong international profile globally through a broad spectrum of projects, participations in art fairs and collaborations with galleries, museums, art institutions, curators and artists.
Prix Pictet at Athens Conservatoire
Rigillis & Vassileos Georgiou BD 17-19
106 75 Athens
T: 210 72 40 673
The Prix Pictet aims to harness the power of photography – all genres of photography – to draw global attention to issues of sustainability, especially those concerning the environment.The Fire exhibition of 13 shortlisted artists will travel to the Athens Conservatoire opening 16 June – 10 July 2022.
Open Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00
Complimentary entry (mention Art for Tomorrow) into the ‘John Craxton. A Greek Soul’ exhibition (on the 2nd floor of that building). The first retrospective exhibition of one of the most important contemporary Philhellene painters whose love for Greece was imprinted on his life and work.
22, Anapiron Polemou Str., 11521, Athens
Tel. +30 210 36 40 215
Visit the exhibition on: Albert Oehlen: Works on Paper and a Sculpture.
Eleni Koroneou Gallery
Dimofontos 30 & Thorikion 7
Tel. +30 210 34 11 748
Eleni Koroneou Gallery was founded in 1989 in Athens by owner Eleni Koroneou, focusing on contemporary art and hosting innovative, singular and pioneering shows across a variety of media and genres. The current show is by the young artist Tamina Amadyar
4 Skoufa Str., Kolonaki 106 73
+30 210 3643025
Host of historically significant, contemporary artists of the 1930’s, the gallery aims to introduce the then-emerging generation of Greek artists. In 2000 the gallery opened its additional space on the first floor of the building to feature a selection of fine art pieces and exhibitions primarily by emerging artists who demonstrate innovative ideas.
EMST: The National Museum of Contemporary Art
Kallirrois & Ambr. Frantzi (former Fix factory) Athens, 117 43
Tel: +30 210 72 40 673
EMST aspires to expand the domestic community of contemporary art, connecting it simultaneously with the international scene.
Galleries in Marousi
Stefanidou Tsoukala Gallery
136 Kifisias Avenue 151 25 Athens, Greece
T: +30 2106140418
Stefanidou Tsoukala Gallery represents prominent Greek artists and designers alongside international designers inspired by Ancient Greece and its rich heritage. Stefanidou Tsoukala Gallery is also hosting and curating a discussion roundtable during the luncheon at The National Gallery. The topic for this roundtable is: “Reframing Greek culture and mobilitare in the modern era.”
The George Economou
80, Kifissias Ave. 15125 Marousi
T +30 210 809 0519–563
F +30 210 809 0565
CollectionThe George Economou Collection is a private collection located in Athens, Greece. Rooted in history, social awareness and aesthetics, the collecting activity began evolving in the 1990s with a focus on early twentieth-century European art and has expanded to include an important holding of postwar and contemporary art.
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View the detailed conference agenda for details of sessions by day.