In cooperation with the Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens International Airport hosts from October 12th, 2011 through January 6th, 2012, a photographic exhibition of the Museum’s Permanent Cycladic Art Collection. Visitors will have the opportunity to have an overview of the Cycladic culture, one of the oldest in Europe with organized communities, through photographic material and texts.
The collection of the Museum of Cycladic Art, one of the most significant collections of its kind worldwide, comprises more than 400 objects made of clay, stone, marble and metal, dating back to all the periods of the Early Cycladic culture (3200-2000 b.C.).
The Cycladic Art exhibition is located at the “Art & Culture” exhibition area on Arrivals Level/ Entrance 1.
There is a free access to the exhibition for all airport visitors on a 24-hour basis.
You can learn more by visiting the web site of the museum