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Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery

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"Gazon Blues", from Giannis Bach Spyropoulos' exhibition, 2009 © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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"The Diversity of the Painted Cube", from Christoph Kern's exhibition, 2008 © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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"Fragmented Light", from Maro Vandorou's exhibition, 2008 © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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"Labyrinth", from Dimitris Joumanis' exhibition, 2007 Installation Made of Rope © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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"Squared Light", from Antonia Papatzanaki's exhibition, 2005 © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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From Giannis Koutsouris' exhibition, 2005 © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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From Vassilis Vassili's exhibition, 2005 © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
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From Stavros Ioannou's exhibition Installation Made of Playing Cards © Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery
Leoforos Vassileos Konstantinou 44
116 35 Athens
Greece
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Dafni Yiayiannou
Open hours
Tuesday to Friday: 18:00-22:00, Saturday & Sunday: 11:00-13:00, Monday closed
Phone
+302107297644
Fax
+302107251063
Cost
Free entrance
DESCRIPTION

Since its inception, in 1987, the Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery, has maintained a continuous presence in the area of contemporary art, representing and radiating the vision of artists.  Over three hundred solo exhibitions of Greek and foreign artists, have been presented at the gallery as well as numerous group shows.  The gallery has collaborated and co-organized exhibitions with museums and foreign galleries and actively participates in international art fairs including ARCO, ESTAMPA, ART ATHINA, LINEART, TOKYO ART EXPO, ARTE SUR, EUROPART.

Our scope is to continue to express artistic reality, and anything it reflects.  In these times of vibrant pluralism and polyphony, the Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery provides young artists the opportunity to develop their ideas and the audience the opportunity to experience and appreciate the value and depth of these ideas.

The Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery is situated in Athens on Vas. Konstantinou Avenue #44, on an axis between the National Gallery of Art and the Kalimarmaron Panathenaic Stadium (home to the first Olympic Games in 1896).  The gallery is adjacent to the National Research Center of Greece and diagonally across the National Conservatory, all within walking distance from the Evangelismos Metro Station.