In anticipation of the forthcoming Olympic Games, the National Gallery has organized a number of ambitious exhibitions, large-scale productions rarely seen in this succession in Greece. Following the current exhibition on 19th-century drawing, the National Gallery will host an exhibition that will trace the relationship of Renaissance art with Greek mythology (mid-December – end March). Works by Titian, Tintoretto and other Renaissance artists will be included. Scheduled for mid-June is an exhibition on six European sculptors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, among them Rodin, Bourdelle and Giacometti. Roughly at the same time the National Gallery’s sculpture gallery will open in Goudi, with a retrospective on Henry Moore and an exhibition on Christos Kapralos. An exhibition on Lucas Samaras will follow in November 2004 and before the end of the year, an exhibition on the work of the sculptor Marino Marini.