The Municipal Gallery of Athens is a small gallery that houses around 50 paintings, mostly by 20th century Greek artists. The collection rotates every few months, since there are over 3000 works of art in total. The exhibition was free. The gallery’s security guard said that on average, the gallery receives 6-7 visitors a day, which is sad because there were some really great pieces. The nearest metro station is Metaxourgeio.
Cactus, below (interesting subject choice).
This painting, below, was my favourite – it was colourful and large.
A lovely watercolour, below.
Do you make a habit of exploring local art galleries/museums when you are on holiday, or even in your home country?