Opening today, November 21, and running through November 30:
MYTH – an exhibition of painting and sculpture by Andrea Valleri hosted by HFC–Trieste.
The exhibition will be at Sala Giubileo, Via Mazzini 3, Trieste. Open daily from 11:00-13:00 and 16:30-19:30, please join us.
HFC – Alexandria presents, in cooperation with the Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Greek Community of Alexandria, a festival of classic, 50s, Greek comedies by Alekos Sakellarios. Continue reading Film Festival – Alexandria
Friday, November 14, 2014
Opening of the exhibition
Between Sound and Silence
Hellenic Foundation for Culture
Monbijouplatz 12 (2nd floor), 10178 Berlin.
Duration of the exhibition: until December 5, 2014
The new abstract works by David Benforado with the theme Between Sound and Silence deal with duration of time. The artist uses the concepts of the pause and improvisation in the course of a musical performance. The surfaces of the striking works attain a rich texture as a result of superimposed layers of paint and its repeated removal. The gestural movements are minimized by maintaining only the most essential elements of the composition.
Continue reading Between Sound and Silence – Berlin
The road trip of the Greek book continues to the 33rd International Istanbul Book Fair, starting tomorrow November 8 and running through November 11. We will be hosting the Greek stand at the fair, and we invite you to join us Sunday, November 9, at 13:00, for the presentation:
Three Women, Three Poets, which will feature readings of the poetry of Cavafy, Seferis and Varnalis as well as music performed by Taş Plak Kumpanyası. We hope to see you there.
Thursday October 30, at 17:00, HFC–Trieste presents the new Modern Greek-Italian Dictionary, published by Zanichelli Publishers.
The presentation will take place in Venice in the Aula Magna of Ateneo Veneto, Campo San Fantin, 1897. This presentation is jointly made between the Ateneo Veneto, The Greek Embassy in Rome, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, and the Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies, Venice.