The Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation gives B&E Members the opportunity to attend one of the four, overall, guided tours that will be conducted by Alexandra Athanassiades, at the retrospective exhibition that is on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Andros.

The guided tours will take place on Saturday August 20 and Sunday August 21, 12.30-13.00 and 13.30-14.00.

Covering almost five decades of creation, the retrospective exhibition "Shaping the Intangible", which is not displayed chronologically, gives visitors the opportunity to discover the different aspects of Athanassiades’ artistic journey from the early works of her childhood to the present.

Starting with Athanassiades’ workshop, where she has been working for thirty years, the exhibition continues with the seashores, where she finds most of the materials she uses in her works of art, before revealing an unknown aspect of her work: the fundamental role of abstraction. Following a tribute to Constantine Cavafy, the exhibition makes a natural transition to the world of horses, a key subject in her artistic exploration and ends with a section that represents the cornerstone of Athanassiades’ art: the human body.

Exclusively for B&E Members
Admission is free. Pre-bookings are necessary, at
Each Member can book up to 2 places

The guided tours will be conducted in Greek

Available dates & times:
Saturday August 20 | 12.30-13.00 & 13.30-14.00
Sunday August 21
| 12.30-13.00 & 13.30-14.00

Number of participants: up to 20 persons per guided tour
Guided tour duration: 30’

*Members participating in the Guided Tours are recommended to be at the Museum in Andros 15΄ before the start time.

Alexandra Athanassiades - Shaping the Intangible
July 3 – October 2, 2022

Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation
Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros
Basil and Elise Goulandris str.,
Chora, Andros 845 00
Τ. +30 22820 22444

Reservation Required

Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros
Basil and Elise Goulandris str., Chora Andros 845 00, Greece. Τ. +30 22820 22444, F. +30 22820 22490, E.
August 20 & 21, 2022 | 12.30-13.00 & 13.30-14.00