Kükladikus Művészetek Múzeuma (Athén)

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The Museum of Cycladic Art opened its doors to the public in January 1986. This living cultural institution in the heart of Athens houses the collection of Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris; more than 3.000 objects of Cycladic, Ancient Greek and Cypriot art (dating from the 5th millennium BC to the 6th century AD) are displayed in the galleries of the four floors of the Museum of Cycladic Art . The Museum owns one of the most important collections of Cycladic Art (link: http://www.cycladic.gr/frontoffice/portal.asp?cpage=NODE&cnode=34&clang=1&cuser=06E95D1C-5ACC-4936-9843-C48B72E2A95D) worldwide and hosts major archaeological, modern and contemporary art exhibitions (http://www.cycladic.gr/frontoffice/portal.asp?cpage=NODE&cnode=4&clang=1&cuser=06E95D1C-5ACC-4936-9843-C48B72E2A95D).

With the aim of communicating with the general public, it organises temporary exhibitions (link: http://www.cycladic.gr/frontoffice/portal.asp?cpage=NODE&cnode=4&clang=1)–devoted to archaeology, modern and contemporary art – educational programmes, creative activities for children and families, lectures, conferences and seminars ( link: http://www.cycladic.gr/frontoffice/portal.asp?cpage=NODE&cnode=13&clang=1). Its permanent collections are promoted by occasional reinstallations and academic publications (link: http://www.cycladic.gr/frontoffice/portal.asp?cpage=NODE&cnode=12&clang=1). Find more: www.cycladic.gr Keep up with MCA at: FACEBOOK (http://www.facebook.com/CycladicArtMuseum), TWITTER (https://twitter.com/cycladic_museum)

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