(ΕΛ) “Μόνον ο έρωτας είναι αθάνατος…”
An exhibition on the island of Mykonos, Greece that showed to locals and visitors a part of the island’s history in connection to women.
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The current exhibition with paintings by Gyzis made me wonder whether he is the greatest Greek painter of the recent era, and then answer to myself «well, yes».
“God loves caviar”, is a biographic film by Greek director Yannis Smaragdis (he had previously made a film about the painter El Greco). His new movie recounts the story of Ioannis Varvakis (1745-1825), a rich Greek who had made his fortune in Russia.
these are two very important books that I happened to read as today we are reminded of the Armenian genocide. I’m not sure why people just remembered the Armenian genocide at this particular moment in time. The only thing I know is that 2012 marks 90 years after the black 1922, the most terrible year in Greek recent history.
Before becoming famous as El Greco (The Greek) in Spain, he used to be Doménikos Theotokópoulos the Cretan. Before becoming recognizable thanks to his great paintings of Saints with long faces and an unwordly air […]
The nature is out there and is waiting for you to admire it. You don’t have to go far.
Patrick Leigh Fermor wrote about “Mani” and “Roumeli” and considered Greece his own country. During the same time, there lived in Greece other foreigners like the Durrell brothers who wrote so many books about its beauties.