Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros

Visit Information

Tickets

Admission to the temporary exhibition "Alexandra Athanassiades - Shaping the Intangible"

03.07 - 02.10.2022
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General Admission
5 €
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Concessions
3 €
  • Adults over 65 years old
  • Children & adults aged 13-26
  • Students
  • Registered unemployed
  • Enlisted citizens
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Free Admission
  • Children up to 12 years old
  • People with disabilities and their accompanying person
  • Teachers accompanying school visits
  • AICA – ICOM – ICOMOS card holders
  • Members of the Chamber of Fine Arts of Greece
  • Qualified tour guides
  • Journalists
B&E Members
0 €
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Opening Hours

Summer Season

03.07 - 02.10.2022


Wednesday – Sunday
11:00-15:00 & 18:00-21:00

Monday
11:00-15:00

Tuesday
closed

Guided Tours

Guided Tour of the temporary exhibition "Alexandra Athanassiades - Shaping the Intangible"

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The Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation provides English language guided tours of the retrospective exhibition "Alexandra Athanassiades - Shaping the Intangible", presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Andros.

Covering almost five decades of creation, the exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to discover the different aspects of Athanassiades’ artistic journey from the early works of her childhood to the present.

Visitors can buy their tickets online at goulandris.gr, as well as at the Museum's ticket office (subject to availability).

General admission with guided tour in English
8 €
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Concession ticket with guided tour in English
6 €
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Free admission with guided tour in English
3 €
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B&E Members
0 €
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Days & Times (Guided Tours in English)
August: Every Friday, 12.00-12.40

Duration: 40’

Number of participants: At least 3 people

*Visitors participating in the Guided Tours are advised to be at the Museum 15΄ before the tour starts.

Education Programs

Seaside stories!

For children aged 5-12

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Seaside stories!

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What is the secret of Alexandra Athanassiades’ wonderful creations?

Where does she find the inspiration to make her special metal, wood and paper sculptures?

The Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation encourages children to provide their own creative answers to these questions, by participating in the educational workshops taking place from July 27 to August 21 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Andros as part of the exhibition "Alexandra Athanassiades - Shaping the Intangible".

Cost of participation: 8€

Number of participants: up to 10 children

Days & Times:
Wednesday: 18.00-19.00 (ages 5-7) and 19.30-20.45 (ages 7-12)
Friday: 19.00-20.15 (ages 6-10)
Saturday: 18.00-19.00 (ages 5-7) and 19.30-20.45 (ages 7-12)

Thursday and Sunday: Family guided tours by appointment

Reservations:
Τ. +30 22820 22444 (Wednesday-Sunday: 11.00-15.00 & 18.00-21.00, Monday: 11.00-15.00)
E. education@goulandris.gr

Group Visits

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Groups of more than 10 people are welcome in our Museum of Contemporary Art in Andros, once request have been submitted in advance. The Foundation can organize and provide guided tours for an additional cost.

Book your visit in advance. Contact us at +30 22820 22444 or at andros@goulandris.gr

Guided tours are exclusively performed by the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation staff.

Guided tour duration: 40’

* Participants are advised to be at the Museum 15΄ before the tour starts.

Location

Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation

Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros

Basil and Elise Goulandris str.
Chora Andros 845 00, Greece

Τ. +30 22820 22444
F. +30 22820 22490
E. andros@goulandris.gr

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Access

Arrival in Chora

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Ferry routes to Andros

Regular daily ferry service, possibility for round trip/same day visit to the island

  • From the port of Rafina (travel time about 2 hours)
  • From the island of Tinos (travel time about one and a half hours)
  • From the island of Mykonos (travel time about two and a half hours)
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From the port of Andros Island to Chora

From the port of Gavrion, where ferries arrive, you can reach Chora, where the Museum is located, in about 45 minutes by bus service (departure times always correspond to ferry arrival times).

Parking

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The Museum does not have a private parking area since it is located within the traditional settlement of Chora. Therefore, we advise visitors to park their car in one of the two municipal parking areas at the edge of the town or at the beginning of the Neimporio beach.

People with Disabilities

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The area around the Museum has many inclines with steps. Therefore, persons with physical disabilities should take the left deviation from of the town’s main artery after Kairi square (large oak tree) in order to reach the Museum. Access to the Museum’s upper floors for persons with physical disabilities is possible only in the New Wing where there is an elevator.

Museum Spaces

Shop

Andros Shop 16 9

The Museum Shop is located on the ground floor of the New Wing of the Museum. Visitors may purchase, silkscreens, art objects and jewelry, exhibition catalogues, posters, cards, t-shirts, etc. There is also a branch of the shop in the Museum’s Old Wing.

Opening Hours

The Museum Shop is open during the opening hours of the Museum

E-Shop

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Library

Andros Library 16-9

The Museum’s library holds more than 5,000 books and also operates as a reading room during the opening hours of the Museum.

Opening Hours

The Library is open during the opening hours of the New Wing

Roof Garden

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The Roof Garden of the New Wing of the Museum of Contemporary Art, with a surface area of 180 sq.m., with an unhindered view of the Aegean, looks towards the picturesque beach of Nimborio, the Andros Yacht Club and the chapel of Agia Thalassini. It is ideal for hosting social events and cocktail parties which can be nicely combined with a tour of the Museum.

Venue Hiring

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