This year, the E. Averoff Art Gallery is delighted to host, as part of the "Creative Encounters" institution, two renowned artists and beloved friends of our Gallery: sculptor Kyriakos Rokos and painter-engraver Roubina
The permanent exhibition displays a selection of 250 paintings, drawings, sculptures, and engravings by the foremost Greek artists of the 19th and 20th century: Gyzis, Tsokos, Doukas, Bokatsiambis, Rallis, Xydias
Photographer Kostas Balafas (1920–2011) offers an insightful look into Metsovo life in the 1960s and 1970s. Through his lens, capturing the interplay of light and the artist’s acute gaze, emerge human figures, activities
The E. Averoff Gallery has a permanent exhibition with representative works of the most important Greek painters, engravers and sculptors of the 19th and 20th century, such as Gyzi, Lytra, Volanaki, Iakovidis, Partheni, Malea, Galani, Chatzikyriaki, Giki and many more. The Museum's Art Collection is considered one of the most complete and important of this period.
Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza was born in 1908 in Trikala, Thessaly, where he lived for the first ten years of his life. The offspring of a historically prominent family and the grandnephew of the national benefactor Georgios Averoff, he was raised in still alive tradition of beneficence and his own Vlach heritage that maintains closeness to the earth, nature and the Greek ideal.