The exhibition ‘Defining beauty, the body in ancient Greek art’ will be shown from the middle of March to the beginning of July this year at the British Museum.
The exhibition shows a wide range of various sculptures of the most amazing master pieces from the prehistorical time. The exhibition focuses on the beauty of the human body through countless sculptures and at the exhibition visitors will have the chance to discover the human body and art like never before. In the Greek art human body and its beauty was always important. The ancient Greek artists experimented to represent the human body in several ways and these remarkable works inspired other artists of the upcoming years and centuries. At the exhibition visitors can have a closer look on the most beautiful pieces from the age of Alexander the Great.
The exhibition ‘Defining beauty, the body in ancient Greek art’ will take place at the British Museum in London. The exhibition will be open from 28th March to 5th July in 2015. The museum is open from Monday to Thursday from 10.00 to 17.30, on Friday it is open from 10.00 to 20.30 and on Saturday and Sunday the museum is open from 9.00 to 17.30. The entrance fee for the exhibition for adults costs £16. 50.
Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG, United Kingdom
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