Greek Evzones Honored in Warsaw Photo Exhibition

Greece's Evzone  Presidential Guard soldiers are being honored in a photography exhibit currently on display in the Polish capital of Warsaw, commemorating the 150th anniversary...

Pantelis and Alexandros Voulgaris to Open the Greek Filmclub in Düsseldorf with “The Last...

By Aspasia Zontanou Director Bernd Desinger, of the Filmmuseum Blackbox, was accompanied by Greek General Consul in Düsseldorf, Maria Papakonstantinou, to welcome the film “The...

‘Charmed Lives in Greece’ Goes on Display in London

A new exhibition of Greek-influenced art at the British Museum in London promises to reveal how three artists' "shared love of Greece was fundamental...

Mount Athos Photographer Takes Greek Culture to Heart of Europe

An exhibition of photos taken on Greece's Mount Athos by Polish photographer Tomasz Mociski has caught the eye of visitors at the Council of...

The Parthenon Marbles are Back in the News

An exhibition of Auguste Rodin sculptures at the British Museum might bring back in the news the ongoing issue of the repatriation of the...

Chandelier of Recycled Refugee Clothes from Greece in London Church

A British artist who spent a lot of time on the island of Lesvos helping refugees, has created an installation made by recycled refugee...

Greek Painting Sold at London Sotheby’s for More than 300,000 Euros

A painting by famous Greek artist Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas exceeded all expectations at an auction held by Sotheby’s in London. A Travelers La Ville was sold...

Greek-Syrian Actress to be Awarded Ibsen Theatre Scholarship

Greek-Syrian actress and theatrical director Rafika Chawishe, is among the recipients of the 2017 Ibsen Scholarships. She has won the "Best Direction" distinction for her...

From Greece to the UK: Art Exhibition ‘Building Peace Though the Oceans’ Promotes Positive...

Humanitarian artist Salma Zulfiqar created the installation "Building Peace Though the Oceans" as a way to build "peace through the ocean – as a...

‘Parthenon of Books’ Rises in Kassel Where Nazis Once Burned Countless Banned Books

A replica of the Parthenon in Athens made from 100,000 banned books has risen at the Friedrichsplatz in Kassel Germany as part of the...