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A SURVEY OF GREEK COSTUMES IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Ethos

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ETHOS

A SURVEY OF GREEK COSTUMES IN THE 21ST CENTURY


An immersion in Greek costumes (and customs) A photography exhibition by George Tatakis and Michael Pappas.

Ethos is a Greek word that refers to the customs and costumes of a group or ethnicity. It defines a set of values transmitted from generation to generation as they are lived in a certain geographical area. This exhibition features the comparative viewpoints of two young Greek photographers who began, at the same time and in the same places, to look at some of Greece’s many traditions and to see what lives on.


Ethos, A survey of Greek costumes in the 21st century Exhibition
From 25th May to 22nd September 2019

Museum Jean-Honoré Fragonard
14 rue Jean Ossola, Grasse
Tel: +33 (0)4 93 36 02 07
Open every day from 10 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm (except Sundays in November)
Free entry

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