George Zongolopoulos: The Vision of Public Sculpture

Athens, Greece

SNFCC

Stops

24

Stories

62

Distance

Indoor

Duration

1h10min

Audio

Human Voice

Description

A free self-guided audio tour for the first exhibition of George Zongolopoulos’ public sculptures at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center. In collaboration with the George Zongolopoulos Foundation, the SNFCC is organizing the first exhibition exclusively dedicated to his public sculptures, installed in Greece and other countries.

This tour is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. image/svg+xml

By clicking "Add to cart", you are purchasing this tour in English. This tour is also available in the following languages: Ελληνικά.

Highlights

  • Spirals, 1976

    1. Spirals, 1976

    100 spirals narrating the sounds of natural elements.
  • Poseidon, 1957

    2. Poseidon, 1957

    Learn more about Poseidon's sculpture at the 8th stop of the tour in the Agora area.
  • Olympic Circles, 2001

    3. Olympic Circles, 2001

    Zongolopoulos’ six circles and the Olympic Games’ five circles.

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Details

Why take a self-guided tour?

This is a self-guided tour based on the award-winning storytelling concept developed by Clio Muse and the fascinating narratives prepared by our handpicked destination experts.

You can enjoy each multilingual tour by using your smartphone or tablet at your own pace even if you are offline. The interactive map on your screen will guide you step-by-step as you explore all points of interest along your route. Each stop comes with a selection of our signature stories allowing you to tailor the tour experience to your personal interests and schedule.

After downloading Clio Muse app, you can access this tour and activate it any moment you wish and also repeat it any time. To best enjoy our multimedia self-guided tour (comprising maps, video, audio and text) we recommend the use of headphones.