In this week's "Culture Agenda": book presentation of “Futures: Poetry of the Greek crisis” at the Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC), Ioannis Mitrakas exhibition at the Benaki Museum, the “Grand Detour” exhibition at Beton7 Galler…

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The Archaeological Museum of Tegea in Tripoli, and the Museum of Typography in Chania, are among the 49 nominees for the European Museum of the Year Award 2016, an award presented annually by the European Museum Forum under the auspices of the Counci…

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Hidden children in occupied Greece

The Jewish Museum of Greece presents, until the 23rd of May 2016, an updated version of the exhibition “Hidden Children in Occupied Greece”,exploring the subject of hidden Jewish children during the…

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About 14,000 lifejackets used and discarded by refugees and migrants after their arrival on the coast of Greek island of Lesvos covered Berlin’s Konzerthaus on Saturday 13 February, within the framework of an art project showcased by the famous…

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Dinner is Served!

Internationally acclaimed short animation motion picture “Dinner For Few” is a sociopolitical metaphor of the world as we know it today. In the ten-minute film, the characters are both players and victims in a system tha…

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In this week's "Culture Agenda" by Greek News Agenda (GNA):  “Eros” at the Athens Megaron for a double performance,  “Nikos Angelidis” at a solo exhibition, “Meet Me” event in Gazi, the 2nd Love Tattoo Fe…

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Another emblematic museum directly linked to an archaeological site - like in the cases of Vergina, Delphi and Olympia - is expected to open this year in Greece: the Eleutherna Museum. Spread across 2,000 square meters, the museum's space will be div…

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In October 2015, on the initiative of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, an International Conference on "Religious and Cultural Pluralism and Peaceful Coexistence in the Middle East", took place in Athens. With an eye on the refugee question and the exodu…

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Eight hours and thirty-five minutes”. That’s the duration of a flight from New York to Athens. And that’s how Fotini Tsalikoglou’s novel titled The Secret Sister begins. The year is 2013 and Jonathan Argyriou, a Manhattan-born…

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In this week's "Culture Agenda" by Greek News Agenda (GNA): Peter Lindbergh exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, Japanese Film Festival, ‘Glory’ by Farida El Gazzar, Ramsey Lewis Quartet in Athens, “New Territories” – A jewelry exhibition and Corfu Mountain Trail 2016.…

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