Major modern Greek art exhibition opens in London
Monday 06 June 2011
The most comprehensive exhibition of modern and contemporary Greek art to be staged in the UK, with over fifty works previously unseen in this country, opens in London on Thursday.
Curated by Nadja Argyropoulou, Ntepti Humanism at Faggionato Fine Arts brings together twenty artists working in a broad range of mediums, from photography, sculpture, painting, embroidery and performance art
Including pieces from the 1920s art scene as well as contemporary modern, the show reveals the extraordinary vibrancy of the Greek art scene.
Ntepti Humanism opens 9 June until 12 August 2011 at Faggionato Fine Arts, London www.faggionato.com
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