Athens insider 138 / May 2018

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Five Flavourful Greek Souvenirs to Take Home

You’re coming to the end of your Greek sojourn and want to return with edible souvenirs that, with one bite, will bring you back to the Aegean. Or perhaps you live here, but are heading home for holidays, and need some tasty treats to bestow on friends and relatives. Peerless as Greek olives and olive oil are, they use up valuable weight ...

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Athens Refugee Food Festival 2018

Athens Insider, UNHCR and Food Sweet Food organise a week of inspiring culinary encounters as refugee chefs join 6 restaurants in Athens to create meals to remember. Tuesday 19 June Eritrean Cuisine by Seinat Neftalem • Blue Fish, Monastiraki (dinner), Tel. 213.036.4214 Iranian Cuisine by Mahboubeh Tavakoli • Seychelle...

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Athens’ Best LGBT+ Addresses

The gritty glamour and ceaseless drama of Athens makes us a top LGBT+ hotspot. Here are some of Insider’s best recommendations for a memorable outing – so to speak - in the gay-friendly Greek capital. EAT: Cookoovaya, Chatzigianni Mexi 2, Hilton Area, tel: 210.723.5005 | Website Barrio, Evmolpidon 24, Gazi, tel: 210.347....

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A Tribute to Leonard Cohen

WHAT: A magical night devoted to Leonard Cohen to be a memorable highlight of the Megaron’s marvelous summer line-up of outdoor performances in their Concert Hall Gardens. The energetic Sugahspank trio will showcase the great poet and musician who, throughout his full life, was both a teacher and a student, and who touched many across the world wit...

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Greece is a Bestseller!

"Books are dreams that you hold in your hands" Neil Gaiman A new page has been turned for Athens as our city assumes its place in the cultural spotlight as “Book Capital of the World”. For one year, the written word will take centre-stage in Athens throughout a richly stimulating calendar of over 250 events hosted by the Ci...

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Cinema under the Stars

Nothing defines the beginning of Greek summer as open-air cinemas do. Every neighbourhood has one – some as old as the history of cinema, perched on a rooftop with a view of the Acropolis; others, more recent entrants, right on the water set to the music of sailboat masts swaying in the summer breeze; still others surrounded by perfumed g...

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Paul Chan in Athens

The New Yorker once described him as a “deep-thinking American making art out of shadows”. Now, Athens audiences can soon encounter for themselves the cerebral creations of Paul Chan that combine fashion with physics when he presents a body of new and recent works – Odysseus and the Bathers – at the Museum of Cycladic Art. Cha...

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Fashion at the Cycladic Museum

Fashion and art’s natural synchronicities are being celebrated in an exciting new alliance between the Museum of Cycladic Art and 14 of Greece’s top design stars. As part of the fashion project, Cycladic Forms, leading fashion brands including Deux Hommes, Angelos Bratis, Zeus & Dione and Di Gaia have each created a unique...

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George Condo at the Cycladic

WHAT: Encounter the fractured portraits and aggressive imagery that have made George Condo one of the most vital figurative sculptors in America at his first major solo exhibition in Greece. The showcase will include paintings, sculptures and drawings spanning his 40-year career, with a catalogue to be published on to mark the occasion. In the 1...

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