Folklore Museum - "Empire" exhibition, July 31st to September 15th 2021

PFF garden Nafplio, Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation's court yard, ΠΛΙ αυλή Ναύπλιο, αυλή Πελοποννησιακού Λαογραφικού Μουσείου στο Ναύπλιο

"Empire": The era of Kapodistrias in art, theater and fashion, is the title of the new exhibition, which opened to the public on Saturday, July 31st 2021 at "Sofroni 13" -the recently renovated, new cultural space of the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation- in Nafplio.

"Empire" was the name given to the western movement in art, literature, theater, fashion, music and architecture, which draws its inspiration from the "classical" art and culture of ancient Greece and Rome.
The exhibition, curated by PFF collaborator, museographer Mr. Stamatis Zannos, is the harbinger of the 3D representation of the painting by an unknown painter, which is on display at the "V. Papantoniou" Museum.

Exhibition's duration
From July 31st until September 15th 2021

The venue
"Sofroni 13" str., Nafplio old town, Τ. +30 2752 028947

Opening hours
Every day, 10:00-14:00


έκθεση Αμπίρ Μαύπλιο, Η εποχή του Καποδίστρια στην τέχνη, Empire exhibition in the Folklore Museum of Nafplio, έκθεση Αμπίρ στο ΠΛΙ
Αμπίρ Έκθεση Λαογραφικού Μουσείου, Empire exhibition in the Folklore Museum of Nafplio

Did you know that?
The depicted men's clothing is made by Aristides Tzonevrakis.
In "Sofroni 13", the new cultural space of the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation (PFF), starting from the summer of 2021 exhibitions, events etc. are hosted, with first the previous exceptional exhibition entitled "Philhellenic. Collection of Eleni Martinou".
The "B. Papantoniou" Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation (PFF) is a nonprofit institution based in Nafplion and aims at the research, preservation, study and presentation of the material culture of the Peloponnese as well as of the whole of Greece. It was founded in 1974 by Ioanna Papantoniou in memory of her father. It is housed in the residence of B.Papantoniou, which was converted into a museum in 1981.

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