Folk Toys

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> Athens > To March 9 The Be­naki Mu­seum’s Nikos Had­jikyr­i­akos-Ghika Gallery in cen­tral Athens presents its first tem­po­rary ex­hi­bi­tion, which is de­signed to ap­peal to chil­dren and adults alike. The dis­play, put to­gether by cu­ra­tors Kon­stanti­nos Pa­pachris­tou and Ioanna Mo­raiti, fea­tures draw­ings by Had­jikyr­i­akos-Ghika, who lived and worked in the build­ing, that fo­cus on chil­dren’s toys and games of years gone by and many of which are be­ing pre­sented to the pub­lic for the first time. Ad­mis­sion costs 3 eu­ros. Gallery hours are Wed­nes­days to Sun­days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to www.be­naki.gr. Nikos Had­jikyr­i­akos-Ghika Gallery, 3 Kriezo­tou, tel 210.361.5702

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