Contact

DIO HORIA TEAM 

Marina Vranopoulou, Owner & Director 

info@diohoria.com

 

Thomas Mengoulis, Co-Owner & Head of Operations

thomas@diohoria.com 

 

Constantinos Tsetsos, Sales Director

sales@diohoria.com

 

Christina Makri, Coordinator for Client & Artist Relations

dio@diohoria.com

 

Marw Kouvatsou, Press & Publications Manager

gallery@diohoria.com

 

2SHOP

shop@diohoria.com

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DIO HORIA Acropolis

Lempesi 5 – 7 & Porinou 16, Acropolis, Athens

 

Opening hours

Hours: Monday - Friday 11:00-19:00

Saturday 11:00-18:00

 

Opening: June 18, 2022

Buses:  230, 856, Α2, Α3 (Acropolis / Makrigianni)

Closest Metro Station M2 Acropolis Station (130m)

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DIO HORIA PROJECT SPACE

Mantzouraki 16, 11524 | Nea Filothei | Athens

 

Opening hours

Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11:00-19:00

Saturday 11:00-18:00

tel: +30 210 6714827

email: info@diohoria.com

 

Buses 651, 140, 036 (7th Psichikou)

Closest Metro Station M3 Panormou Station (1.1 km)

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DIO HORIA RESIDENCY MYKONOS 

Dio Horia Residency in Mykonos is taking a nap, kicking back in April 2023.

tel: +30 210 6714827

email: info@diohoria.com

  • Dio Horia | Mykonos

    Dio Horia Art Platform (2015) is a gallery for contemporary art and culture that was inaugurated in 2015. Dio Horia Gallery strives to be at the forefront of cultural experimentation both in Greece and the world beyond, by representing young emerging artists from small peripheral countries. At the same time, Dio Horia is running an international residency program and also organizes group shows and publications with established and emerging artists that have not exhibited in Greece. Finally, Dio Horia engages in collaborative projects developed as a result of associations with artists, curators, non-profit organizations and cultural carriers. These fall into categories ranging from social, cultural and literary studies to music and performing arts. The gallery is based in Mykonos, Greece, and has two exhibition spaces in Athens, Greece.