Armenistis Lighthouse is one of the characteristic buildings of Mykonos. Located in Fanari area on a hill formerly called Vourvoulakas, which means vampire. It is assumed that the name came to frighten children in order not to approach the cliffs, which were very dangerous. The Lighthouse though, now deserted but still functional, is a well known meeting point for visitors of the island and shelter for young couples due to it’s romantic nature. Its strategic position offers great views, amazing sunsets, as it is an ideal place for contemplation and relaxation. But initially Armenistis was built to avoid accidents at sea. The occasion was given by a shipwreck in the spring of 1877. Nowadays the original mechanism of the Lighthouse is located in the garden of the Maritime Museum of Mykonos as an exhibit to the public …
Skoufa gallery presents “Sea Through II,” an exhibition of seascape photography by Marina Vernicos.
The show opens July 25 and continues until August 6.
The Municipal Gallery of Mykonos at 45 Matogianni Street is hosting an exhibition of 33 new mixed media paintings by George Giotsas from July 21 to 31. The show is open daily from noon to 2.30 p.m., and from 9 to 11 p.m.
Solo art exhibition of the Greek artist Alekos Fassianos.
Fine Arts Kapoloulos in Mykonos, has the honor to present the Greek leading visual artist Alekos Fassianos. The exhibition opens on July 18 and includes features works from the popular series with the restless cyclists, the unrepentant smokers; or the wonderful couples that this year traveling to Mykonos. Among the works in the exhibition and the famous work of Alekos Fassianos
“Adam and Eve in their backyard.
The Art Gallery Kapopoulos Fine Arts, in the nine years of operation in the center of Mykonos has managed to present great Greek and international artists. Alekos Fasianos exhibition will last until August 2. The artist himself will give present at the opening of the exhibition.
From July 17 to September 30, Cine Manto hosts Beyond Mykonos, an exhibition of works by Luis Orozco.
The artist was born in Mexico City but has lived on Mykonos for the past 55 years, drawing inspiration
from the architecture, landscapes, people and even the winds for which Mykonos is notorious.
Skoufa Gallery opened in 1981 exhibiting works by contemporary Greek artists. Host of historically significant, contemporary artists of the 1930’s, the gallery aims to introduce the then-emerging generation of Greek artists. Skoufa Gallery is committed to promoting the polymorphic character of art in the contemporary age. Visit Skoufa Mykonos Gallery and explore a selection of magnificent Greek Contemporary Artworks!
(info: +30 22890 28560, +30 694 4687296)
Skoufa Gallery presents “Sea Rhythm,” a special exhibition by Apostolos Chantzaras
Apostolos Chantzaras is an artist known for developing his own visual world of bold lines,
forms and saturated colours, drawing influences from Greek folk shadow theater, ancient
Greek sculptures and Byzantine iconography. A rich legacy of symbols related to Greece,
the sun, the islands, the sea and its fish, the cross, the bathers, all come together in
a unique, perceptible artistic amalgam empowered by strong colors and intense movement.
The municipal Enterprise of Cultural Projection and Growth of Mykonos, it is activated from 1994, combined with various and multifaceted action creating institutions of culture that give in the island cultural life and growth. (info: +30 22890 27190)
Fine Arts KAPOPOULOS Gallery in Mykonos, offers aesthetic devoutness and artistic pabulum to its visitors by introducing them to the work of recognized, emerging as well as new, Greek and foreign artists. This important selection of Greek and foreign distinguished, emerging and “new comer” contemporary artists is presented in an exciting show in the gallery’s hall in the center of Mykonos Town.
Consists of the art department and the marble department. At the art department, artists from all over Greece present their work such as: authentic sculptures from marble, unique marble fireplaces, tables, marble columns, marble fountains, and marble door frames, marble mosaics, authentic Greek painting, Sculptures from metal and glass. At the marble department, the biggest Greek marble factories exhibit their work such as Marbles for indoor and outdoor spaces polished or treated with special processes for an old looking finish, Marble floors, bath, and marble wash basins, marble edges for swimming pools, cubic stones and marble stones.
(info: +30 22890 27765)
Our lives are like a mosaic. Tiny moments, some seemingly insignificant, they make up the continuity of our lives. The same with mosaic, by selecting the design and the materials, ultimately we compose the entire artwork.
(info: +30 22890 27822)
Lifeline Art Studio was opened to the public in 2005, marking a great transition point in Donna’s life, evidence of which can be felt throughout her art portfolio. Painting is a form of meditation for her, and as such, her artwork has developed a characteristically ethereal quality and is often ‘revelationary’ in content. She balances these inner explorations with her writing, and is currently working on her first publication.
(info: +30 22890 23147)
Minima Gallery was founded in 1997 and presents contemporary, innovated and awarded Greek & foreign artists and supports the work of young and promised painters. (info: +30 22890 23236)
Rarity Gallery was established in the center of Mykonos in 1995. It was the first in Greece to exhibit the works of internationally acknowledged contemporary artists. The main goal of the gallery is to offer an original, selected and carefully composed aesthetic experience to strength the appreciation of contemporary art, while valorize the artists, their exposure and reputation. (info: +30 22890 25761)
Kivotos Art Projects, the amazing achievements of Greek contemporary art in relation to the particular character of the island of Mykonos and the Cyclades. (info: +30 22890 24094)