The Cycladic culture, active on the Cyclades, a cluster of islands in central Aegean, between 3200 and 2000 B.C., may now be studied only by its archaeological remains. The collection contains 350 objects representative of every phase or type of artefact those islanders have left us, be that marble sculpture, pottery, or metal ware. Among the exhibits, the marble figurines, mostly female, claim prime position.
“Itineraries through light and colour”
15 November 2006 – 20 January 2007 The exhibition “Itineraries through light and colour” by Opy Zouni concludes the celebrations for the twenty years of the Museum of Cycladic Art.