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Museum of Photography, Thessaloniki


Museum of Photography, Thessaloniki

External view

Museum of Photography, Thessaloniki is located in

  • Museum of Photography Thessaloniki official site.

External links

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  2. ^ Museums of Macedonia web site
  3. ^ Creative CommonsAttribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license



Since 1999 the museum has collaborated with a host of Greek and international bodies to undertake the organization of ‘Photo Synkyria’, the country‘s most important and longest-lasting photographic institution.[2][3]

The museum has 57 photographs and 700 negatives by the photographer Nelly, photographer Socrates Iordanides’s archive, with themes from fashion, news stories, cityscapes and such like from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, and is ready to go ahead with the purchase of the collection entitled ‘Picture and Image’ (the work of 39 contemporary Greek photographers), the archive of photographer Giannis Stylianos and part of the collection entitled New Images.

The museum’s mission is to collect photographs, especially historical and artistic photographs of Greece, to organize exhibitions and events to show the museum’s collection, to join forces with other similar bodies and work together and to publish books on photography.

. Thessaloniki Cinema Museum It is currently housed in Warehouse 1 of the harbor of Thessaloniki, next to the [1]

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