The exhibits of the Acropolis Museum often travel in other parts of Greece and the rest of the world. Their presence in temporary exhibitions organized by the Museum or other bodies contributes in the promotion of values and ideas of Greek culture and its artistic and social achievements. Furthermore it contributes in creating relations of mutual understanding, dialogue and collaboration between different people.
Athens, Museum of Cycladic Art
The Acropolis Museum is participating in the exhibition “KALLOS. The Ultimate Beauty”, with five of its artefacts: the fragment of a marble metope with an erotic inscription Acr. 7530; the statue of Kore Acr. 675 ("Chiotissa"); the portrait of the Alexander the Great Acr. 1331; the head of the Kore statue Acr. 643 and the red-figure lekythos Acr. 6471.
Indianapolis, USA, Children’s Museum
The Acropolis Museum is participating in the exhibition “Ancient Greece. Life, Myth and Heroes”,with seven of its artefacts: Kore statue, Αcr. 678; bust of Plato, Μ 163; and copies of Blocks VII,VIII, IX, X, XI of the Parthenon’s west frieze.
Seoul, South Korea, Hangaram Art Museum
The Acropolis Museum participated in the exhibition “The Greeks. Agamemnon to Alexander the Great”, with two of its artefacts: Kore statue, Acr. 673 and a portion of an honorary stele for Asklepiodoros, ΕΜ 2811 and 7180.
Athens, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Gennadius Library, Ioannis Makriyannis Wing
The Acropolis Museum participated in the exhibition “Acropolis Redux: Caryatid /Frieze”, with its fragment of the Parthenon’s frieze, S 1776.
Beijing, China, National Museum of China
The Acropolis Museum participated in the exhibition “The Joint Exhibition of Asian Civilization”,with its portrait of Alexander the Great, Acr. 1331.