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FAMOUS GREEK ARTISTS

Most famous Greek artists of the 20th century Stylianos Antonakos, Peter Voulkos, Steve Giannakos, Christos Giannakos, Nassos Daphnis, Electros (B.Vekris),  Aristodemos Kaldis,  Yannis Kounelis, George Constant, Michalis Lekakis, Constantinos Manos, Jenny Marketou, Jim Molfesis, William Baziotis, Linda Benglis, Eleni Milona, Nikos (Kessanlis),  Jean Xceron, Lucas Samaras, Theodoros Stamos, Philip Tsiaras, Constanin Parthenis, Konstantinos Maleas, Michalis Economou, Yannis Spyropoulos, Nikolas Ghika, Diamantis Diamdopoulos, Yannis Tsarouchis, Spyros Papaloukas, Yannis Moralis, Tsingos, Nikolas

GREEK ART TODAY

Greece, the starting place of Artforum Culture Foundation, is an European country of strong contradictions, a region both central and peripheral, a historical and vital geographical point of passage, which has operated throughout history to distil alien ideas. Greece has to be understand as a link between two different civilisations and two different worlds to build up a connection between different civilisations and different worlds. These aspects from East, the Occident

GREECE IN CRISIS – CHANCE FOR EUROPE

Posted Dec. 2009 Greece is in the focus of interest and the much-discussed crisis reveals reliably: everything is connected with everything. Pythagoras already recognized this. Starting from this realization it becomes clear that Greece can master problems only together with those who are involved. National indebtedness with similar effect as the bankruptcy of the Lehman Brothers is the result of a wrong national consciousness by a system, where profits are

INTERVIEW

Question: Which assignments does Artforum Culture Foundation (abbreviation ACF) fulfil? Apostolidou: ACF is a foundation which runs cultural activities. The main running projects are, for instance, our NETWORK+ Project and our idea of a European Cultural Centre (ECC) in Thessaloniki. To name one project based on a single artistic idea, this is the initiation of the project Sancto Subito with which we would like to perform a contribution to the actual discussion

MAKE JEWISH LIFE IN GREECE NORMAL AGAIN

Thessaloniki’s identity is embedded in its unique history as a multi-cultural city with long enduring prolific co-existence of Christians, Muslims and Jews. Thessaloniki’s Jewish community, the oldest in Europe, was present in the city for 2,000 years and was the largest ethnic community of the city between the years 1492 and 1912. The fire of 1917 destroyed many of the Jewish buildings of Thessaloniki. After Greece achieved independence from the Ottoman

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