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Kyriakos Koutsomallis , Marina Lambraki-Plaka , Florence Cadouot-Michou , et al
Auguste Rodin - Camille Claudel
1996 Exhibition Catalogue
Bilingual edition (Greek, French)

Catalogue of the exhibition Auguste Rodin - Camille Claudel held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation from 7 July to 22 September 1996.

While placing emphasis on Rodin's work, the exhibition was aimed at presenting aspects from all phases of the artists' œuvre, including works created during their long relationship, which reveal the mutual influence that each one's sculpture exerted on the other's.

18 watercolours and 55 sculptures by Auguste Rodin, alongside 10 sculptures by Camille Claudel, from museums, foundations and private collections abroad - mainly from France and Switzerland - are included in this fully illustrated, bilingual catalogue (Greek, French), accompanied by bibliography and illustrated chronology for both artists, entries of the works, anthology, the testament of Rodin (advise to new artists), as well as a text by him dedicated to the Venus of Milos.

Essays contributed by:
- Marina Lambraki-Plaka, Director of the National Gallery of Greece
- Paul Claudel, Camille Claudel’s brother
- Kyriakos Koutsomallis, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation

*Bilingual edition (Greek, French)

€30
Kyriakos Koutsomallis , Robert Delpire , Fanny Constantinou
Lines of Sight, Milestones in the History of Photography
1997 Exhibition Catalogue
Trilingual edition (Greek, English, French)

Catalogue of the group exhibition Lines of Sight, Milestones in the History of Photography held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation from 29 June to 21 September 1997.

The exhibition presented the history of photography through the works of the best-known representatives of the various photographic genres (landscape, portrait, war photography, ethnographic photography, science and experimental photography, photojournalism, fashion), including pictures by pioneers of the Greek photography scene.

130 photographs by 26 famous photographers (Nadar, Beato, Marey, Atget, Demachy, the Lumière brothers, Curtis, Casasola, Ghisoland, Rodtchenko, Kertész, Lartigue, Sudek, Cartier-Bresson,Doisneau, Capa, Smith, Giacomelli, Moon, Salgado, Papaioannou, Nelly's, Meletzis, Harissiadis, Balafas, Manos) are included in this fully illustrated, trilingual catalogue (Greek, English, French), accompanied by short introductory texts for each photographer, biographies of all artists, chronology of important turning points in the history of photography and a glossary of photographic terms.

Essays contributed by:
- Robert Delpire, Former Director of the French National Centre of Photography
- Fanny Constantinidou, Curator of the photographic archives of the Benaki Museum
- Kyriakos Koutsomallis, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation

*Trilingual edition (Greek, English, French)

€30
Kyriakos Koutsomallis , Roger Cardinal , Anita Feldman Bennet , et al
Henry Moore, In the Light of Greece
2000 Exhibition Catalogue
Edition in English

Catalogue of the exhibition Henry Moore, In the Light of Greece held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation from 25 June to 17 September 2000.

The exhibition presented various aspects of Moore's œuvre, related to Ancient Greek Art (Cycladic, Archaic, and Classical) and the immense impact that this contact had on the work and thought of the great British sculptor. The exhibits, mainly lent by the Henry Moore Foundation, as well as the Ferens Art Gallery, the Huddersfield Art Gallery, the Ashmolean Museum and private collections, included 45 sculptures, 26 drawings, 3 graphics, 5 albums, 2 tapestries and many maquettes and objects from the sculptor's studio.

In total, this catalogue includes 81 works, entries of works by Roger Cardinal, a chronicle of Henry Moore’s exhibitions in Athens, illustrated chronology and selected bibliography.

Essays contributed by:
- Roger Cardinal, Professor of Literary and Visual Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury
- Anita Feldman Bennet, Curator of the Henry Moore Foundation
- Kyriakos Koutsomallis, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation

*Edition in English

€40
Kyriakos Koutsomallis , Roger Cardinal , Anita Feldman Bennet , et al
Henry Moore, Υπό το Φως της Ελλάδας
2000 Exhibition Catalogue
Edition in Greek

Catalogue of the exhibition Henry Moore, In the Light of Greece held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation from 25 June to 17 September 2000.

The exhibition presented various aspects of Moore's œuvre, related to Ancient Greek Art (Cycladic, Archaic, and Classical) and the immense impact that this contact had on the work and thought of the great British sculptor. The exhibits, mainly lent by the Henry Moore Foundation, as well as the Ferens Art Gallery, the Huddersfield Art Gallery, the Ashmolean Museum and private collections, included 45 sculptures, 26 drawings, 3 graphics, 5 albums, 2 tapestries and many maquettes and objects from the sculptor's studio.

In total, this catalogue includes 81 works, entries of works by Roger Cardinal, a chronicle of Henry Moore’s exhibitions in Athens, illustrated chronology and selected bibliography.

Essays contributed by:
- Roger Cardinal, Professor of Literary and Visual Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury
- Anita Feldman Bennet, Curator of the Henry Moore Foundation
- Kyriakos Koutsomallis, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation

*Edition in Greek

€40
Haris Kambouridis
The Myth of Woman in Modern Greek Painting (1930-2000)
2001 Exhibition Catalogue
Bilingual edition (Greek, English)

Catalogue of the group exhibition The Myth of Woman in Modern Greek Painting (1930-2000)held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation from 24 June to 23 September 2001.

The subject matter of this presentation was the evolution of the painted depiction of woman in Modern Greek times through the works of 29 Greek painters.

This bilingual catalogue (Greek, English) includes works by the artists:
Spyros Vassiliou, Kostis Georgiou, George Gounaropoulos, Achilleas Droungas, Nikos Engonopoulos, Manolis Zacharioudakis, Christos Caras, Yannis Moralis, Chronis Botsoglou, George Bouzianis, Eva Boulgoura, Dimitris Mytaras, Eleni Moraiti, Nikos Nikolaou, Vana Xenou, Miltos Pantelias, Maria Papadimitriou, Aemilia Papaphilippou, Pavlos (Dionysopoulos), George Rorris, Edouard Sacaillan, Pavlos Samios, George Sikeliotis, Dimos Skoulakis, Vassilis Sperantzas, Yerassimos Steris, Alekos Fassianos, Panos Fidakis and Yannis Psychopedis.

*Bilingual edition (Greek, English)

€8
Kyriakos Koutsomallis , Bertrand du Vignaud de Villefort , Danièle Devynck , et al
Toulouse-Lautrec, Woman as Myth
2001 Exhibition Catalogue
Edition in English

Catalogue of the exhibition Toulouse-Lautrec, Woman as Myth held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation from 24 June to 23 September 2001.

The exhibition was curated around the central and multifaceted role the female figure played in the œuvre of Toulouse-Lautrec. The exhibits were on loan from museums, foundations, galleries and private collections in France, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

In total, this catalogue includes 135 works (oil paintings, drawings and prints), entries of the works, illustrated chronology, an index of the artistic life of the French fin-de-siècle, as well as a bibliography.

Essays have been contributed by:
- Bertrand du Vignaud de Villefort, great-nephew of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Co-Presidents of Christie’s, France
- Daniel Devynck, Director of the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, Albi, France
- Götz Adriani, Director of the Kunsthalle Tübingen, Germany
- Kyriakos Koutsomallis, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation

*Edition in English

€40
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