When you want to take a break from the sun and beaches on your vacation, it might be a good idea to visit some landmarks, galleries and museums you can find in the area.

This is a great way to get to know the place and its culture and heritage better. One place you shouldn’t skip here is Rarity Gallery Mykonos.

The exquisite, vivid and unique space of the gallery will keep you entrapped for hours even though it might look like a small gallery.

This is a fun activity for the whole family or a great place to indulge your mind and art craves with some unique art pieces from all over the world.

What Makes Rarity Gallery Mykonos so Unique?

The idea behind the whole project of the Rarity Gallery is to bring the audience closer to contemporary modern art through carefully curated art exhibits of the most renowned artists of today as well as those who made an impact in the movement.

This is the first establishment of this kind in Greece, located in the center of the Mykonos island in a remodeled five-room mansion.

This is an ideal space to take the visitors on a journey through the mindset and the history of the exhibited artists, room by room as if they are all an individual story making a perfect circle of modern art today.

The two curators behind all of this are Vassilis Matsaidonis and Christos Nikolaou, and they had a clear mission to honor the artists and bring the public closer to the understanding of contemporary art.

Rarity Gallery Mykonos Artists and Exhibitions

This gallery was and still is home to some of the masterpieces of the most renowned artists of contemporary modern art today.

To name a few:

  • Stephan Balkenholl
  • Hanneke Beaumont
  • Daniel Firman
  • Ilse Haider
  • Christopher Le Brun
  • Massimo Listri
  • Marck
  • Muntean & Rosenblum
  • Julian Opie
  • Cristiano Pintaldi
  • George Pusenkoff
  • Mel Ramos
  • Hunt Slonem
  • Natalie Westbrook
  • René Wirths
  • Santiago Ydanez.

This is not where their extensive list of the bright and well-known masters of contemporaries end, but these names surely give you a closer approximation of just how much influence on the cultural scene of today the gallery has.

As for the exhibitions, you have a unique opportunity to visit and see some of the best works of Julian Opie on the Group Exhibition from the 15th of April until the 30th of May 2020.

The working hours are from 10 AM to 00 PM.