Our history since 1961
In 1961, Dinos Lymperopoulos starts the Costal Gallery at Patission & Polytechniou St. In 1982, Costal (Constantinos Lymperopoulos) is renamed Ikastikos Kiklos, and in collaboration with Mr Theophanis Siantis an art space is created to promote and establish silkscreen prints.
Πατησίων & Πολυτεχνείου
Over time the collection of Ikastikos Kiklos expands into original works and sculptures. In order to showcase this new collection, a new building was created in 1995 at 121 Harilaou Trikoupi St; in 2002 the 1,700 sq. m., seven-floor premises was described by the Hellenic Institute of Architecture as one of the "30 buildings of particular architectural interest in the city of Athens".
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In 2006 a new facility in downtown Athens was inaugurated at 20 Karneadou St in Kolonaki.
Since 2015 and the death of Dinos Lymperopoulos, co-founder of Ikastikos Kiklos, his son Dimitris Lymperopoulos, initiated in Art from a young age, continues with his well-known ethos and integrity to build on the 35-year course of Ikastikos Kiklos at 6 Akadimias St, Kolonaki.
Ikastikos Kiklos DL constantly adds to its collection with new works by distinguished Greek artists, at the same time proving the opportunity to a younger generation of practitioners to establish themselves on the Art scene.Ikastikos Kiklos DL constantly adds to its collection with new works by distinguished Greek artists, at the same time proving the opportunity to a younger generation of practitioners to establish themselves on the Art scene.
In our gallery you will find all collector's silkscreen prints by timeless artists, with authentic signatures.
At the same time a new method of art reproduction, giclée print, is introduced to replace silkscreen. Giclée prints are made with pigment-based inks on Photorag Acid Free paper for an extended chromatic spectrum and an excellent tonal effect.
We shall be glad to welcome you at 6 Akadimias St, across the street from the Jenny Karezi Theatre, and show you around our new facilities!