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EXHIBITION
Tribute to Nikos Kessanlis, a pioneer and great teacher of Greek art
By Margarita Pournara
Armed with a forceful nature and an intrepid spirit, Nikos Kessanlis was a pioneer who changed the course of art in Greece, both as an artists himself but also as rector of the Athens School of Fine Arts, influencing the generations that came after him.
 INSIDE LIFE
Tribute to Nikos Kessanlis, a pioneer and great teacher of Greek art
Armed with a forceful nature and an intrepid spirit, Nikos Kessanlis was a pioneer who changed the course of art in Greece, both a...
Renowned Greek singer Demis Roussos, 68, dies
Greek singer Demis Roussos, whose often high-pitched pop serenades won him household recognition in the 1970s and 1980s across Eu...
FOCUS
Tight election campaign prompts copycat ads
The late French poet, journalist and novelist Anatole France had some useful advice: “When a thing has been said and well said, ha...
Revisiting Hydra with Panayiotis Tetsis
According to the French Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix, the first virtue of a painting is that it be a feast for the eyes. This ...
EXHIBITION
Bringing the future to the present
“This chair was not constructed. It was printed.” This is one of the very catchy signs accompanying an exhibition on the -1 baseme...
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OBITUARY
Renowned Greek singer Demis Roussos, 68, dies
 
Greek singer Demis Roussos, whose often high-pitched pop serenades won him household recognition in the 1970s and 1980s across Europe and beyond and who sold more than 60 million records, has died in Athens at the age of 68, a hospital confirmed Monday.
EXHIBITION
Revisiting Hydra with Panayiotis Tetsis
 
According to the French Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix, the first virtue of a painting is that it be a feast for the eyes. This quality features prominently in the work of Greek artist Panayiotis Tetsis.

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COMMENTARY
FOREIGN POLICY
SYRIZA's win will test institutions
By Xenia Kounalaki
'It has always been Golden Dawn’s position that Greece should not be a part of EU and US sanctions against Russia. Our national interests and geopolitical facts dictate this stance.' This was how the ultranationalist party expressed its backing for the new Greek government on the issue on Wednesday.'
ANALYSIS
EU & GREECE
Debt relief is inevitable
By Clive Crook
Greece and the European Union will split the difference in their quarrel over debt relief. What's uncertain is how their respective governments will justify the new deal, and how much damage they'll inflict on each other before accepting the inevitable.
INTERVIEW
SCHULZ
SYRIZA must come up with ‘pragmatic solutions,’ Schulz tells Kathimerini
By Xenia Kounalaki
“SYRIZA must realize that it is now the Greek government, not a party running an election campaign,” European Parliament President Martin Schulz, the first European official to visit Greece since the country elected a new left-wing government, tells Kathimerini.
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