Greek-French musical evening, Chania 11th October

French-Greek music
A musical journey with songs by famous French and Greek composers

Don’t miss this French-Greek event organized by the Hellenic-French Association and the Municipality of Chania:
A musical journey with tunes from France and Greece, renowned songs of French and Greek composers .
Bella Lionáki  (accordion), Dimitris Troupogiánnis (piano) and  Irini  Tzopanáki  (voice).

11th October, 20.30 at the Municipal Art Gallery in Chania
Free entrance

 

Exhibition at the Art Gallery:

The Municipal Art Gallery of Chania, in collaboration with the Museum-Library of Stratis Eleftheriadis-Tériade, presents an exhibition dedicated to the publisher Tériade, with works from his collection in Mytilene.

The exhibition presents paintings by folk painter Theophilos, as well as original etchings by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Fernand Léger, Joan Mirό, Le Corbusier, Alberto Giacometti, Georges Rouault, Henri Laurens, Juan Gris, Marcel Gromaire and André Beaudin from the 23 “Artists’ Books.” These works were either created in combination to the texts written in the artists’ hand, or inspired by the works of Theocritus, Lucian of Samosata, Longus, William Shakespeare, Charles d’Orléans, Marianna Alcaforado, Jean de La Fontaine, Gérard de Nerval, Aloysius Bertrand, Georges Duthuit and Pierre Reverdy. Finally, true-to-original reproductions of the luxury quarterly issues of “Verve” are also displayed, notably micrographs of medieval illuminated manuscripts.
The exhibition is done with the kind support of the French Consulate of Chania and the Hellenic-French Association of Chania.

Curation: Manolis Karterakis, Art Historian-Curator.

See the parallel events (in Greek language) as part of the exhibition.

Source:

 Xaniotika Nea

Municipal Art Gallery Chania

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