presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Can you guess the ancient or
the modern art objects?

                 presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Which one is the work of Pablo Picasso Pregnant Woman;
               presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Which one is the work of Constantin Brancusi, The Muse;

               presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Are both works of Contemporary Art ?

             presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
HENRY MOORE                                          Cycladic head (2800-2300 BC)
Thin standing figure (1965)             ...
This exhibition seeks to explore how early
          forms of art from Egypt, Mesopotamia,
          the Levant, Crete, th...
Modigliani
presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Picasso   presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Giorgio de Chirico   presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
Cycladic civilization

Developed the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC
Benefited particularly from the prime location of the
isl...
   During the 2nd millennium BC The Cyclades are
    still in contact with mainland Greece and Crete

   After 1600 BC (...
presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
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Cycladic & Modern art

  1. 1. presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  2. 2. Can you guess the ancient or the modern art objects? presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  3. 3. Which one is the work of Pablo Picasso Pregnant Woman; presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  4. 4. Which one is the work of Constantin Brancusi, The Muse; presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  5. 5. Are both works of Contemporary Art ? presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  6. 6. HENRY MOORE Cycladic head (2800-2300 BC) Thin standing figure (1965) (Museum of Cycladic Art), (The Henry Moore Foundation) CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI 6th century BC clay figurine Torso of a young girl [ΙΙ] (1923) from Boeotia (Philadelphia Museum of Art) (Museum of Cycladic Art) presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  7. 7. This exhibition seeks to explore how early forms of art from Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Levant, Crete, the Cyclades, and mainland Greece affected the thought and work of important artists such as Brancusi, Matisse, Derain, Picasso, Giacometti, Moore etc. Τhe exhibition evolves into an intriguing dialogue between the past and the present, with ancient artifacts and modern works of art (sculptures, casts, paintings, drawings, photographs) presented next to each other. presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  8. 8. Modigliani presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  9. 9. Picasso presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  10. 10. Giorgio de Chirico presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  11. 11. Cycladic civilization Developed the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC Benefited particularly from the prime location of the islands and the development of shipping Settlements Originally built near the sea or on low hills Around 2300 BC other fortified (Agia Irini, Kea), others destroyed and rebuilt, fortified (Phylakopi, Milos) Other built into most distant points to high hills (Kastri Syros) The most important settlement of the period (2nd millennium BC.) Is the Akrotiri on Thera. presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
  12. 12.  During the 2nd millennium BC The Cyclades are still in contact with mainland Greece and Crete  After 1600 BC (large earthquakes) Minoans conquered the Cyclades  Cycladic art creations  Marble figurines  Ceramic and marble vases presentation: Athanasia Papachristou
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