The exhibition “Earth’s enduring gifts”, hosted in the Teloglion Foundation of Art from May 18 until September 30, 2015, aims at highlighting Greek nature and biodiversity not only as a timeless resource but also as a source of inspiration for human wellbeing and the promotion of social life and prosperity, civilization and the sciences. Visitors will have a unique opportunity to follow a fascinating journey in time and place starting from Prehistoric Thera, passing from ancient Macedonia and ending today.
ALEXIS ACRITHAKIS exhibition "Chiki-Chiki" open at the Teloglion Foundation of Arts on Wednesday, December 4, 2019. It was designed on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the birth and 25th anniversary of the death of the great Greek painter Alexis Akritakis, while being presented in Athens at the Benaki Museum from September 24 to November 17, 2019.
The day before the official opening of the exhibition entitled "Once upon a bear A bear... from Benaki to Teloglion", based on Helen Geroulanou's children's fairy tale and an illustration by Iris Samartzis, we are expecting our friends at the opening of this special exhibition with a creative workshop inspired by the bear and reading the tale.
Τoys and games from Maria Argyriadis' collection that are exhibited at the Benaki Toy Museum are presented.
On Friday, September 20, 2019 a new exhibition of the Teloglion Foundation of Arts opens at 19.00 with a free public tour, entitled "Gifts of Friendship I ".
Teloglion Foundation, which was established after one of the most important donations in our country, the one by Aliki and Nestor Teloglou, programmatically anticipated general cultural education and a high standard of living. At the early stage of operation, significant donations were attracted (e.g. donations by Tonis and Ioanna Spiteris, DimitriosTsamis, etc.).
The exhibition presents work by V. Kalaitzis, Th. Koprianou, D. Zachou, A. Vandera, O. Kassoumi, D. Laiou, D. Rakogianni, H. Keridis, T. Tzantarma, H. Zapounidis, P. Tezapsidis and N. Cymes, which come mainly from the collection of psychiatrist-artist Pavlos Vasiliadis, but also from creators’ the collections of the themselves.