Greece News and Events
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Posted on 12 Jan 2017 | Category: Events
Ioannis Karnesiotis presents his new photography exhibition under the name “Zitima photos” (roughly translated as “a matter of light”), in the municipal art gallery of Kallithea “Sofia Laskaridou”.
Posted on 10 Jan 2017 | Category: Events
Waterhouse, who created a loyal fanbase since appearing in the music space of Gagarin in the September of 2014, will present his new acclaimed album “Never Twice” and aims to enthuse the audience with beloved oldies alike - and maybe cause an even bigger hype and keep the party going!
Posted on 09 Jan 2017 | Category: Events
The OCC in collaboration with Ars Electronica, the groundbreaking Austria-based research center, presents to the Athenian audience the much anticipated exhibition “Hybrids - Borderline Between Art And Technology” that aims to explore the relation between science and art.
Posted on 05 Jan 2017 | Category: Interviews
Ali Boyle, one of Greeka’s top members for many years now, has given us a lovely interview about photography, his inspirations and his love of Greece. An Englishman who fell for the Cycladic beauty of Paros, he is a frequent visitor of the island, where he also retains two villas to rent.
Posted on 12 Dec 2016 | Category: News
Guests will have the opportunity to learn how to cultivate many of the plants that play an essential role in the Mediterranean diet.
Posted on 07 Dec 2016 | Category: Interviews
Miltos Kormpoglou has already published two books inspired by his greatest loves, Greece and photography. The latest one, “Colorific Greece” was published recently by Asteropi Publications and has already caused a sensation both in Greece and abroad.