Find out what's on this week! 2011 welcomes us all with avariety of choices for every taste and mood! Exciting exhibitions, theatre, music, art and special events are all taking place here.
The New Acropolis Museum hosts a special exhibition entitled "Pericles son of Xanthippos" (until 31st January).
The Byzantine and Christian Museum presents the exhibition "Duchesse de Plaisance, the History behind the Myth" which reveals unknown aspects of her personality and action in Greece.
Enjoy a journey through space and time from Thrace to Mesopotamia, and from the 6th century BC until the 3rd century AD that the exhibition "Stories of Coins- Narrations of Cities” offers you (until 28th February).
If you prefer art to history, the exhibition "Paris 1900, Art Nouveau and Modernism. Treasuresfrom the Petit Palais” will continue to take place at the National Gallery until 28th February.
The Museum of Cycladic Art presents the exhibition "Giving Life to Stone",which includes Vasso’s Katraki oeuvre, one of the leading artists of contemporary Greek art.
The exhibition "Edvard Munch, beyond the scream" at the Herakleidon Museum will present you the unknown oeuvre of the Norwegian artist.
Until March 6th the Benaki Museum (Building Piraeus) holds the exhibition on Dimitris Pikionis’ works, both in painting and in architecture.
Two exhibitions run by the National Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Benaki Museum. The first one is entitled Hackitectura, Mapping the Commons, AthensProject Room and the latter “Cause of death: Euthanasia”, which presents for the first time in Greece works of the famous Prinzhorn Collection of Psychiatry (University of Heidelberg).
If you want to celebrate the first days of 2011, note down that "The Sweet Bird of Youth", by Tennessee Williams, is being staged for the first time by the Greek National Theatre, while Edman‘s Roast masterpiece "Cyrano de Bergerac" is presented at the National Theatre.
Be sure not to miss out the interesting proposal of the pioneering group of Flemish Cast, tg STAN "Antigones" (7 - 9 January) at the Onassis Cultural Centre.
Stavros Xarhakos is still here at the gazARTE, with a little help from Natassa Bofiliou and Yannis Charoulis (2 & 3 January).
In the city of Thessaloniki the exhibition "Beyond dress codes" (Museum of Contemporary Art) takes place until 9th January.
"The Universe of the Russian Avant-Garde: Art and Space Exploration, 1900-1930" at the National Museum of Contemporary Art explores the close relationship between art, philosophy and science in Russia before and after the October Revolution in 1917 (until 27th March).
The Kozani’s Municipal Map Library hosts the exhibition “Danube: The great border in the history of maps (Navigations Karte Donau, 1789) until 16th January 2011.
Dear little friends, be sure to take advantage of your last days off and experience the greatest exhibition on video Games «GAME ON 2» at the Technopolis of Athens until the end of the month.