ATHENS - The 18th Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAFis being held at Kotzia Square in central Athens on May 25-29.
ATHENS - Thirty-seven Athenian art galleries will be open to the public until evening for the annual Gallery Walk on Thursday and Friday, May 12-13.
ATHENS - The National Gallery received its first important international distinction for its new design.
ATHENS – "After almost three decades, the Kalamata International Dance Festival is the leading and most important dance event in our country and one of the most important European festivals in its field with an international impact," said Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni during the official presentation of the 28th Festival’s program which was held in the Ministry’s auditorium, on May 10.
NEW YORK — Andy Warhol's "Shot Sage Blue Marilyn" sold for a cool $195 million on Monday, making the iconic portrait of Marilyn Monroe the most expensive work by a U.
University of Michigan Professor James Cogswell found a way to infuse the best of ancient Greek art with some modern twists that include vinyl, an AK-47, and reflecting on today’s society The artistic work called Vinyl Euripides is on display at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation in Athens, named for the famed director whose works include a trilogy of films based on Euripides’ works.
ATHENS - An archival exhibition dedicated to the role of the Contemporary Greek Art Institute (ISET) was inaugurated on Wednesday in the presence of Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou.
ATHENS - Greek collector Dimitris Daskalopoulos is donating 350 works from his broad collection to four well-known international museums.
ZURICH — Wotan beckoned the other gods to join him in walking to Valhalla, their new home acquired at a high and painful price.
ASTORIA – The Greek Cultural Center (GCC), 2680 30th Street in Astoria, announced that the run has been extended for Poios Anakalipse tin Ameriki? Who Discovered America? written by Chryssa Spilioti with performances on Friday, April 29, 8 PM; Saturday, April 30, 5 PM and 8 PM; Friday, May 6, 8 PM; and May 7, 5 PM and 8 PM.
VENICE, Italy — For the first time in the 127-year history of the Venice Biennale, the world's oldest and most important contemporary art fair features a majority of female and gender non-conforming artists, under the curatorial direction of Cecilia Alemani.