On Saturday, June 15th, it is once more our pleasure to welcome Achilleas Christidis.
The painter, who loved the Cyclades in his own way, paints the Aegean islands with his unique technique that always impresses us.
Duration: 8 June – 3 July 2019
The exhibition of Marble Art Objects is inaugurated on Saturday, May 4th, under the title “Human Works”. Our well-known marble sculptors from Tinos who are restoring the Temple of Apollo at Despotiko, Panagiotis Zestanakis, Loukas Ioannou, Giorgos Kontonikolaou, Minas Maravelias, Giorgos Palamaris, Giannoulis Skaris & Vangelis Chatzis, exhibit new creations inspired by the minimalism of the Cycladic tradition. The photography exhibition by Mary Chatzakis “The People of Despotiko” also participates, continuing its journey to New York, after its success at the Hellenic American Union. Duration: May 4 – June 5 2019
On Saturday, June 15th, it is once more our pleasure to welcome Achilleas Christidis. The painter, who loved the Cyclades in his own way, paints the Aegean islands with his unique technique that always impresses us. Duration: 8 June – 3 July 2019
On Tuesday, July 16th, the exhibition of the optimistic & “bright” painter Christos Kechagioglou is inaugurated! As an inner narrative, his works will illuminate and animate the “Elements of the Sea” as he titles his last work! His visual, original narrative will last until Sunday, August 4th. Duration: 16 July – 4 August 2019
On Tuesday, August 6th, our favorite painter George Hadoudis, comes to the island to entertain us with his strong ceramic creations and not only! The intense, colorful, always interesting exhibition of his works, his paintings in the “Anti” Art Gallery and his special glamorous presence, will join us in the evenings in the Kastro (Castle), until Sunday, August 25th. Duration: 6 – 25 August 2019
On Tuesday, August 27th, the exhibition of the international painter Yorgos Papageorgiou is inaugurated. In his extremely minimalist works, we will find the colors and the light of the cultures that influenced him and shaped his aesthetics. The unique compositions of shapes, textures and color variations will fascinate us like painting melodies. The journey to search for the meanings in his paintings will end on our island on Sunday September 15th. Duration: 27 August – 15 September 2019
Built by fishermen for the grace of the Virgin Mary, the church of Panayia Faneromeni, on the southern tip of Antiparos, attracts a wealth of faithful pilgrims to its celebration on the eve and day of its feast, on 7 and 8 September, respectively. The church is reached by caique, and the vespers is held with much solemnity in this extremely beautiful little church, on the rocky cape, practically in the sea. Source: antiparos.gr
End of autumn and the program of our small Art Gallery “Anti” at the Kastro (Castle) of Antiparos, will close with the “SUMMARY” of the entries of this year. From Monday, September 16th until Sunday, September 29th, our autumn visitors will have the opportunity to see a group exhibition of the artists who honored us with their presence in our island in spring, summer and autumn 2019. Duration: 16 – 29 September 2019
Roula Papathanasiou returns to the island of Antiparos, this time organizing a unique retreat. Having organized retreats in various parts of Greece and Thailand, she will hold space for our expression and present us multiple opportunities to enjoy our bodies and ourselves. This retreat is dedicated to unlock your hidden parts of worthiness. A full 3-day retreat dedicated to the balance within us and to experiencing the practical union of the divine with our human parts. A wonderful opportunity to connect with friends, meet new people who will create experiences together while allowing yourself to relax. For more info click here. www.roulapapathanasiou.com Duration: 19 – 22 September 2019
During the Holy Week (Monday 22 to Saturday 27 of April), the Antiparos Cave will be open to accept
This is the announcement regarding the 8th Antiparos Road Race for Good Health by Antiparos En Plo.
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