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National Sculpture Gallery
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National Sculpture Gallery - Branch of the National Gallery
The National Gallery was established by law on 10 April 1900 and 28 June 1900 and established the rules of procedure.

After many significant donations, the National Gallery now includes more than 17,000 works in the collections of various art forms such as painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc. covering historical periods from the Byzantine period to the present.

In 1954 the National Gallery was combined with the legacy of Alexander Soutzos and then called the National Gallery-Alexandros Soutzos.

In July 2004, on the initiative and acts as director of the National Gallery-Alexandros Soutzos founded the National Gallery which operates as part of the National Gallery in two buildings of the former royal stables at Army Park in Goudi.

Studies on the renovation of two buildings funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Also, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation bears the costs for the presentation of the permanent collections of the National Sculpture Gallery.

The National Gallery houses the permanent exhibition in one of the two buildings, the history of modern Greek sculpture of the 19th and 20th centuries. It also organizes temporary exhibitions of sculpture housed in the second building houses the history of modern Greek sculpture, while hosting temporary exhibitions.

The permanent exhibition of the National Sculpture Gallery covers many topics, periods and artistic movements of Greek sculpture, including the following:
• Democratic sculpture
• Ionian sculpture
• Neoclassical sculpture
• From classicism to realism
• Funerary sculpture
• From the 19th to the 20th century
• Giannoulis Chalepas
• Modernism and tradition
• Anthropocentrism
• Remove
• Pop Art
• After Modernism
• Foreign artists

Contact information
Military Park, Goudi (Entrance from Katechaki Ave.)
11525 Athens
Tel: (+30) 210 7709855
Fax: (+30) 210 7224889

Opening hours
Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.
Tuesday: closed

From 24/10/2012 open only on Wednesdays and Fridays (lack of staff).