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The Itinerary of a Collector
The Vasilis Korkolopoulos Collection
Vasilis Korkolopoulos’ first collection was of cigarette paper packets. Modern Greek coins soon followed as well as paintings and antiquities.
of the Ancestral Home
The chronicle of a centuries-old, middle-class house in Kavala, as it unfolds in memories, family and public archives, and is depicted in photographs.
Walls, furniture and appliances testify to its evolution, as it assimilated the aspects of modernity of each decade, and the successive Lives under its roof lead us through the avenues of its history and prehistory, from the fall of Souli to the present day.
And Stonemasons from West Thessaly 19th-Early 20th century
The popular, mainly ecclesiastical in nature, stone-carving of West Thessaly in the 19th and early 20th century, when autodidactic popular craftsmen, carved stone doorframes with subjects drawn from both Christian worship as well as magic and apotropaic symbols.
ASTERIOS I. KOUKOUDIS
The life of the Vlachs in 1900
An album of rare photographs highlighting the multiple dimensions of the mosaic of the Vlach populations living in both Greek and Ottoman lands in the Balkans in 1900. Contrary to stereotypical views, the broad spectrum of their cultural, social and economic life is projected.
With warp and weft
Textiles and Costumes from Metsovo
The hidden secrets of Metsovan textiles and their role in the daily life of the inhabitants of Metsovo from the Folklore Museum of the Baron M. Tositsas Foundation.
Images of the Jewish Community Salonika 1897-1917
Over 200 postcards of the period 1897-1917, organized into eight thematic units, bring back to life the old Jewish community of Thessaloniki. A nostalgic album -and a unique photographic documentary.
V. MATSELI - A. TSARAVOPOULOS
The Greek Chest
Virginia Matseli and Aris Tsaravopoulos were driven to the conviction that the chest is not solely an object of folk art, but a document of life. Their research led to the location of chests of all periods and styles all throughout Greece.
Tools of tradition
The Collection of Pavlos Condellis
The love of Pavlos Condellis for Farming life resulted in this book. It presents tools used for farm work which he himself collected from various regions of Greece. Concise explanations are accompanied by rich photographical material, while the black and white pictures of Takis Tloupas offer a breath of life to these collective pieces.
The Story of a Civilization
The unbroken history and the civilization of Magnesia, one of the most important regions of Central Greece, are presented in three sections: The Ancient World, Early Christian and Byzantine Times, Post-byzantine and Modern Times.