Art exhibition: “Memento (a)mori and do not forget” – Chania

A contemporary art exhibition titled “Memento (a) mori: remember and do not forget”, edited by the historical artist Manolis Karterakis,  is inaugurated on Friday 28 September at 7 pm in the Archaeological Museum of Chania, in the framework of the celebration of the “European Cultural Heritage Days”.
Participating artists: Lambrini Boviatsu, Miranda Skyluraki & Aliki Chiotaki

30 September 12.00: guided tour of the exhibition
The exhibition will run until 31 October  – opening hours:
Monday  13.00 – 20.00, Tuesday to Sunday 08.00 – 20.00

The exhibition deals with the concept of the city as a set of impressions of personal and collective memory from the experiences of its citizens , having as reference the Archaeological Museum of Chania.

28 Sept Memento (a)mori
At the weekend of celebration 29 & 30.09.2018 the entrance to the museums and archaeological sites of Chania Regional Unity will be free.


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