Goulandris Museum in Andros, Greece
The Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation was established in 1979. The museum showcases the works of the renowned sculptor, M. Tombros, originating from Andros. The Museum also has a great collection of works of renowned Greek artists. The Greek collection in particular is constantly updated with newer inputs, while it has also been showcasing the works of renowned international artists. In July 1986, the museum began its new wing and over the years this new section has hosted numerous international art exhibitions and has successfully showcased the works of legendary artists of the stature of Picasso, Matisse, Kypka, Kandinsky, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Balthus and Paul Klee. To attract the attention of the art, pieces of work from artists like Bouzianis and Galanis too have been on display at the museum. The Museum over the years has established a close working relationship with the renowned National Gallery of Athens so as to provide an unmatched art exhibition platform on the island of Andros.