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1. Kalogeropoulou; Ghika; Tsarouchis; Robinson; Spiteris-Veropoulou; Evangelatos; Vassiliou; Anonymous
2. Euthymios; Singer; Anthimos; Kyriazi; Michalea; Spiteris-Veropoulou; Anonymous; Christian
3. Akrithakis; Haas; Ritsos; Petalas; Ancient; Anonymous; Christian
4. Vassilis Fotopoulos & Aliki Zimaritou
5. Takis

ACG Art Highlights 2005

ACG Art Center 17/05-17/07/2005

Opening at 12:00 on Tuesday, 17 May 2005

The American College of Greece invites you to the opening of the exhibition ACG Art Highlights 2005 at the ACG Art Center, which will be inaugurated at 12:00, on Tuesday, 17 May 2005.

The ACG Art Center is a new space dedicated to the visual arts and music. The 1,900 m², 3-story building includes a gallery on two levels for exhibitions, classrooms specially designed for the teaching of painting and sculpture, a state-of-the-art auditorium for lectures and Presentations, a multi-purpose hall, and an atrium for outdoor displays and events. The ACG Art Center, designed by architect Ilias Veneris, reflects the growing commitment of the College to the study and promotion of the arts.

ACG Art Highlights is an annual exhibition of selected artworks designed to demonstrate the breadth and scope of the College Art Collection, and is curated by Megakles Rogakos, Historian and Art Curator of the American College of Greece. The highlights this time feature 46 exhibits in various artforms by a multitude of artists across time. Included are works by Alexis Akrithakis; Costas Evangelatos; Nikos Georgiadis; Nico Hadjikyriaco Ghika; Alekos Fassianos; Vassilis Fotopoulos; Gérard Haas; Sophia Kalogeropoulou; Pelagia Kyriazi; Frosso Michalea; Ezra Pound; Marrin Robinson; Silvanus; Polyklitos Regos; Jeanne Spiteris-Veropoulou; Yannis Tsarouchis; George Petalas; Yannis Ritsos; Takis; Spyros Vassiliou; Aliki Zimaritou, as well as works by anonymous artists of the ancient and post-byzantine past.

The exhibition will run till 17 July 2005 and will be open 11:00-20:00 Monday through Friday, and 11:00-16:00 Saturday.

INFORMATION: The American College of Greece, 6 Gravias Street, Agia Paraskevi, Athens, GR 15342, Greece, T: +30-210-6009800/1444, E: info@ACGmail.gr


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