Current & Previous Exhibitions

View online our current exhibition and visit again some of the exhibitions we have held at the Hellenic Centre

1821 Visions of Freedom

The Hand of Zographos, The Mind of Makriyannis, The Zeal of Gennadius
Find out more about the 1821 Commemorative Exhibition that was in the Friends room at the Hellenic Centre October 2021 – March 2022

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Online Exhibition: 01 by Minas Kampasis

A compilation of 7 short clips on human interactions in the digital era by Athens born artist Minas Kampasis.

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Perpetual Urban Motion

Dimitris Nikolaou brings to London people, places, and moments of his city, Athens. A city in constant motion, under his lens, and the stories to be told, countless…

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An online exhibition by Greek born visual artist, educator and illustrator Valentini Mavrodoglou. She explores the need of genuine connection and communication via physical contact in 34 works.

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Dust – Σκόνη

Costas Papageorgiou, Greek photographer and visual artist, presents his first exhibition in the UK; an online multiform project based on the play Dust written by author Eleni Chatzi.

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Palimpsest Motherland

Greek born and raised, poet and visual artist Yiannis Efthymiadis presents his first exhibition at the Hellenic Centre; an exhibition of lithographic monoprints.

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In January 2019 the pop-up exhibition #TextMe_PaperFashion came to the Hellenic Centre. Revisit the exhibition online today.

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40 Images of the Hagia Sophia

With the Hagia Sophia opening its gates as a mosque from 24 July 2020 look back with these photos of the Hagia Sophia from Dimitra Stasinopoulou

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Bhutan, Smiling Faces From The Roof Of The World

A photographic rendering of Bhutan, a journey to this Buddhist paradise, of the virgin nature by Dimitra Stasinopoulou

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Cyprus – The Holy Island

Watch this documentary mostly in Greek, but with presentations in English from the 2001 Exhibition at the Hellenic Centre, describing the exhibition and the history of Christianity in Cyprus.

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