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Top Art Galleries You Can Visit in Greece

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Updated: 2 June 2017
While Greece is known for its major historical monuments and rich culture, the country also boasts some world-class art galleries, featuring the work of local and international artists. Athens and Thessaloniki are home to the majority of them, but you will also find interesting galleries in the islands. Buckle up; we are taking you on a tour to discover the top Greek art galleries.
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National Art Gallery, Athens

The National Art Gallery (also known as the National Art Gallery – Alexandros Soutzos Museum) was founded in 1900 and holds an impressive collection of 17,000 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, and more, dating from the post-Byzantine period until the 20th century. The gallery’s collection is split between two locations; the paintings (including stunning art from the Renaissance) are housed in the central building, while the other branch in Goudi is home to the sculpture collection.

National Art Gallery, Panagiotis Kanellopoulos Avenue (Katechaki Avenue), Athens, Greece, +30 210 7235937

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Rarity Gallery, Mykonos

Established in 1995 in Mykonos, the Rarity Gallery showcases the works of contemporary Greek and international artists. While it doesn’t focus on one form of art, it includes a wide collection of paintings and sculptures. Housed in a stunning building, the gallery offers visitors an original artistic experience. Having displayed the works of prominent artists such as Hanneke Beaumont, Julian Opie, Hunt Slonem, George Pusenkoff, Joana Vasconcelos, Carole Feuerman, Lluis Barba, Tim Maguire, Zhuang Hong Yi and Ilse Haider, the gallery now focuses on younger artists, such as Julian Lennon, Jaime Valero and Jan Milkuka.

Rarity Gallery, Kalogera 20-22, Mykonos, Greece, +30 2289 025761

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Artis Causa, Thessaloniki

Conveniently located in the heart of Thessaloniki, Artis Causa Gallery is well known in the art scene of the northern city. Offering a refreshing approach to art display, the gallery showcases contemporary local and foreign artists, with a focus on sculpture, painting, and video art and performance. Partnering with several art galleries across Europe as well as art experts, the gallery regularly participates in internationally-acclaimed art fairs.

Artis Causa, Mitropoleos 97, Thessaloniki, Greece, +30 2310 223041

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Petalouda Art Gallery, Naxos

If you are vacationing in Naxos and love art, we have good news for you. The beautiful Cycladic island also has an art gallery with an enchanting name. Established in 1998 by Guy Pouzol, Petalouda (which means butterfly) Art Gallery specializes in contemporary and modern art, with works from Greek and foreign artists, including Yanni, Athanasios Beroutsios, Françoise Mayeras, Monica Mariniello, and Zacharias Koumblis.

Petalouda Art Gallery, Chora, Naxos, Greece, +30 22850 24531

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Rebecca Camhi Gallery, Athens

The Rebecca Camhi Gallery is unique gallery that was somewhat of a pioneer in the Athenian art scene, as it opted for a central location downtown when it opened in 1995. Now it has relocated to the Metaxourgeio district. Presenting a variety of artistic fields such as photography, paintings, video, sculpture and film, the gallery has presented important figures both at the national and international levels.

Rebecca Camhi Gallery, Leonidou 9, Metaxourgeio, Athens, Greece, +30 210 5233049

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Kalfayan Galleries, Thessaloniki

Specializing in the promotion of art from Greece, the Balkans and the Middle East, this gallery strives to create a bridge between the Western and Eastern worlds. Focusing on contemporary and post-war art, the gallery has participated in various international art fairs — such as the Venice Biennale, the Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art and the Athens Biennale — and has collaborated with major international museums. The gallery has a branch in Athens, too.

Kalfayan Galleries, Aristotelous 26, Thessaloniki, Greece, +30 2310 225523

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Technohoros, Ioannina

Located in Epirus’ capital, Ioannina, Technohoros was founded in 2003 with the objective to bring art to the general public and participate actively in the art scene of Ioannina. Presenting works by Greek artists, the gallery periodically hosts events and group exhibitions. Featuring a small art shop, Technohoros has managed to establish itself as a major player in the local art world.

Technohoros, Zygomalli 16, Ioannina, Greece, +30 26510 31775

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Alma Gallery, Trikala

Located in the town of Trikala, Alma Gallery was established in 2010. With a focus on promoting an ongoing dialogue between modern and contemporary art in Greece, Alma has been showcasing up-and-coming as well as established Greek artists who work in a variety of media. The gallery now has a branch in Athens and hopes to introduce the general public to talented artists and promote the artistic vision of Greece abroad.

Alma Gallery, Karanasiou 13, Trikala, Greece, +30 243 107 4586

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Cube Gallery, Patras

Established in December 2010, Cube Gallery is an art space created by Liana Zoza, the gallery’s art director and curator. With the mission to present emerging and established artists, the gallery focuses on contemporary art in all its forms but mainly photography, sculpture, painting, video art, performance and installation art. The gallery also has an innovative programme of events, including monthly solo and group exhibitions, as well as other art projects. Such events include Fresh Art and Art Fare, an ongoing project involving old and new collaborators, with the desire to make art affordable to the general public.

Cube Gallery, Miaouli 39, Patras, Greece, +30 2611 110069

Courtesy of Cube Gallery | photo by Xenofon Papaefthimiou