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Death in Venice

Composer Gustave Aschenbach (Dirk Bogarde) travels to a Venice resort to escape personal and artistic stress. However, peace eludes him as he develops a disturbing attraction to an adolescent boy, Tadzio (Björn Andresen). However, their lives are both threatened with a sudden outbreak of cholera.

Drama, 1971 
Duration: 130’

Director: Luchino Visconti
Art director: Ferdinando Scarfiotti
Music composed by: Gustav Mahler, Ludwig van Beethoven, Modest Mussorgsky

Free Admission


Concert in the Yard

Following a day of free guided tours and activities on the occasion of the World Museum Day, we carry on in a Swing n Rock N Roll mood at the Museum yard with The Fabulous Dillingers Band.

The Fabulous Dillingers Band:
George Kalopedis
Eleonora La Luna
Marios Marcou
Alex Papacharalambous
Sofia Micovic
Demetris Yiasemides
Antonis Polikarpou
Byron Athinodorou
Lefteris Lefkatis


Death in Venice: The Romantic Gaze and our Epoch by Longinos Panayi

Film Presentation by Longinos Panayi, director and film critic, as a parallel event of the temporary exhibition of Kyriaki Phili, speculum mundi. With extracts from the film, Panayi interprets the romantic ideal and suggests what the novels of Thomas Man, the music of Gustav Mahler and the films of Luchino Visconti express in the current post-romantic era.

The presentation will be held in Greek.

Free Admission


Cosmic and Ecclesiastical Βuildings by the Kaimakli artisans by Kalliopi Protopapa

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, most residents in Kaimakli were working in the building sector and were known for their skill of carving the stone. Interesting is the cosmic architecture in Kaimakli, where agricultural houses with warehouses and many auxiliary rooms and houses of urban architecture are located. The neoclassical line followed by one of the first educated architects, Photiades, is perfectly suited to the Kaimakli’s craftsmen. Major buildings of the capital are works by Kaimakli artisans, but samples of their work are also found in location.


Presenting Great Masters

Works by Berio, Sancan, Telemann, Mozart, Doppler and Jolivet

Saturday, 21 October 2017 | 20:00

Aldo Baerten – Flute 
Guy Creen – Piano 

Guest appearance 
Savvas Christodoulou – Flute

W. A. Mozart | Rondo in D Major for flute and piano
G. Ph. Telemann | Fantasy in E minor for solo flute
P. Sancan | Sonatine pour flute et piano
L. Berio | Sequenza I for solo flute
A. Jolivet | Chant de Linos for flute and piano
F. Doppler | Andante and Rondo for 2 flutes and piano

Admission: €10


Tour with the Αrchitects Athos and Alkis Dikaios

Join us for an architectural guided tour on how the modern and the traditional can coexist, and the three-generational story behind the Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum. 

Architects Athos & Alkis Dikaios will share insights on how they manifested the vision of the museum founders, placing their architectural signature in the heart of Kaimakli. 

The tour will be followed by morning refreshments and snacks.

Admission fee: €5


Watercolour Demonstration by Kyriacos Lyras

With the Museum’s collection of watercolours by inspiring self-taught Cypriot artist Costas Averkiou (b. 1917-1981) on display in the temporary exhibition 'Costas Averkiou's paintings', you are invited to attend a demonstration of a how a watercolour is created facilitated by one of the major Cypriot representatives of this medium. The demonstration will last for about 2 hours and 30 minutes, while you will also have the opportunity to discuss the idioms of watercolour with the artist personally.


World Tourism Day

The Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum participates in the free events organized by ACTA Nicosia to celebrate the World Tourism Day.

Free guided tours (45’)


Urban Collage: Performance Artists' Residency

Urban Collage is an artists residency that will be realized through an experiential workshop to take place in the area of Kaimakli, specifically in the surrounding area of the Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum, next to the buffer zone. This project focuses on the significance of the area and how it can be elaborated through the artist’s body in order for the outside area to be brought into the museum. 


An Ιntroduction to Book Art, Bookworks, Book Objects, Artists’ Books and Artist’s Publications by Marina Yerali

An introduction to the most characteristic forms of the ever evolving nature of artists books from its diverse history in the 20th and 21st centuries with Marina Yerali. The talk is about the art of book making, which was mainly developed in the second half of the 20th century, expanding and deloping the prevailing form of the book through the practices of artists as artworks in modern art. It will also focus on the different features between artists' books and livre d’artiste.



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