"Mare Magnum - the Mediterranean Sea through Art"

The Club for UNESCO of Arts, Letters and Sciences of Greece, in the context of its major cultural activities, is organizing on this year, the 1st International Fine Arts Exhibition, entitled "Mare Magnum - the Mediterranean Sea through Art", to take place at the Terpsichore Hall of the Armed Forces Officers' Club in Athens, Rigilis 1 Str., on 8-12 October 2018.

The purpose of this exhibition is, to highlight through the means of art, the major role that the Mediterranean basin and all the evolved cultures surrounding her had influenced the starting point and the continuity of the European culture, as well as portraying the significant role that the art plays on the human existence, under a essence of sincere love and brotherhood for all people and nations. In this event, artworks, by well known contemporary Greek and foreign artists will be exhibited and displayed, such as: landscapes, seascapes, mosaics, sculptures, ceramics, photography, etc., through which the Mediterranean Sea is commemorated, as Europe's “beauteous lake”.

The participating artists, join their artistic "worries" in a fascinating journey of art and invite us to discover through their works the intensity of the "Great Sea", of our common "aquatic home", whilst highlighting the diversity of the cultures that have been emerged around her, throughout the course of history.

The following artists (in alphabetical order) are kindly participating: ADAMOPOULOU MARIA, VLAHOU ADAMANTIA, VLAHONI EUGENIA (JENNY), GIAVASIAN ANNIE, DELIS CHRISTOS, DIAKOVASILI DESPINA (NINA), ZERVA SOFIA, ZIOGA LYDIA, IOANNIDOU – TERZAKI HELEN, KALATZI MARIA, KALTSAS GEORGE, KARAKATSANIS DIMITRIOS, KARATASOU EVAGGELIA, KARATZA ATHANASIA, KARVOUNTZIS DIMITRIOS, CARLIER SYLVIE, KSTELLI HARIKLIA,  KITSELI HELEN, KOMNINAKI – TSIPOURA ARGYRO, KOUTSOHERA LETA, KRASTEV MARTIN, KRISTALLI HELEN, LASKARIDIS CONSTANTINE, LOUTSIV – PETROVSKA LEONORA, MANIATI – SITA HOPE, MANTZOUKA ANTONIA, MARAVELI CATHERINE, MEGARIOTOU MARIA, MELA KELI, MELISSOYRGAKIS EMMANUEL, MORIĆ ŠITUM TEA, MUZAKITI ELIZABETH, MPAIRLI – RANIU GIOULI, BEI OLYMPIA, PAPADOPOULOS EVAGGELOS, PETRE ŞTEFANA, PITARI – MAIOLETTI HELEN, SIMON – KUSURI MAIRY, SOFIANOS SPIROS, STINI MARIA, TZITZIRA CATHERINE, TSITSIPA THEODORA, TSOLAKIDU HELEN (LENA), FARMAKI CONSTADINA, HAVIAROPOULOU STELLA.

The exhibition is under the auspice of the Hellenic Ministry of Tourism and has been kindly supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Romania in Greece, the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Greece and the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Greece.

The openings of the exhibition will take place on Monday 8th October at 19:00, followed by a musical journey of favorite and popular melodies of the world’s music scene, revised and performed by the internationally renowned composer and accordion soloist Zoi Tiganouria, and her music group.
The event will close on Friday, October 12 at 19:00, with "All the musical perfumes... on Stage", where the singer, actor and radio producer of “ERTopen”, Thelma Karagianni and her collaborators will sing favorites melodies, without boundaries and rules! Songs, from different parts of the world aptly "tuned" to the intense scent of Greece, will take us back in time to a wonderful musical melody feast!
Participants: Thelma Karagianni - song, Stavros Parginos - cello - mandolin, Areti Kokkinou - guitar.

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INFO:
OPEN TO PUBLIC
Venue: "Terpsichore" Hall - Armed Forces Officers' Club of Athens
Rigilis 1 and Vas. Sofias, 106 75, Athens.
Openings: Monday, October 8th 2018, at 19:00
Exhibit duration: October 8 – 12, 2018
Opening hours: 10:00 to 14:00 and 17:30 to 20:30.

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