PΕΡΜΑΝΕΝΤ ΕΧΗΙΒΙΤΙΟΝ Masterpieces of Modern Greek Art

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, Pantazis, Volanakis, Prosalentis, Altamouras, Hatzis, Lembesis, Iakobides, Sabbides, Roilos, Parthenis, Maleas, Economou, Geralis, Germenis, Aravantinos, Flora-Karavia, Vyzantios, Kogevinas, Tsingos, Spyropoulos, Kontopoulos, Nikolaou, Hatzikyriakos-Ghikas.

In the museum’s five exhibition rooms the visitor can see the history of Greek art and its main trends brought up to the present day through the work of contemporary artists, such as Malamos, Moralis, Botsoglou, Moustakas, Paniaras, Prekas, Sorongas, Sperantzas, Tetsis, Fasianos, Charos and others.

In addition to the museum’s permanent exhibition, temporary exhibitions are organized with works from other museums and private collections. The themes of the exhibitions vary and may cover specific aspects or periods of Greek art, retrospective or group exhibitions on the work of artists and other themes of interest. The goal is to renew and enrich the museum’s collections with material that is interesting and stimulating to the general public.

Street Urchin Eating Watermelon

PERMANENT EXHIBITION “Travels in Metsovo” Photography exhibition of Costas Balafas

Photographer Costas 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, and landscapes that highlight the far-reaching historical roots and timeless values of this unique Vlach-speaking region of Greece.