For those of you who live in Athens, as well as any visitors, a round up of what’s on in the art world from the blog Art Scene Athens
AS WINTER SETS IN, and November’s chilly air is broken by the golden rays of the Greek sun (battled by dark thunderstorms), it’s time to hit the streets again (when weather permits), for another art trek. And there’s so much to see around Athens, yet again. Here are ‘10 (+2)’ of the highlights (see also ‘Autumn’s Athenian Art Trek’ for some more options still running):
Art and poetry
The Theocharakis Foundation pays homage to Greek poet and Nobel laureate George Seferis via an outstanding exhibition entitled ‘When the light dances, I speak farely. George Seferis and his poetry via painting and photography’ (November 8-January 21). Curated by Takis Mavrotas, Director of the Art Programme at the Theochorakis Foundation, in collaboration with Panayiotis Roilos – Professor of Modern Greek Studies, and professor of comparative literature in the Departments of the Classics and of Comparative Literature, at Harvard University, who…
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2 thoughts on “November’s Art Trek”
As you know, Marina, I don’t live in Athens. But I enjoyed reading about the art there, and really liked that coastal scene with the red boat.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks for re-posting!