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Garrick’s exhibit hits New York

The exhibit – Seeking the Ancient Kallos (Beauty) – by Orlando-based American fine art photographer and Observer columnist J. Joshua Garrick made history as the first exhibition in the 125-year history of the National Archaeological Museum of Greece to be created and presented by a non-Greek artist. That exhibit opened Sept.12, 2013 and has since traveled to Istanbul, Turkey, for an extended exhibition, now comes to America, hosted by the Consulate General of Greece in New York City, opening at 6:30 p.m. April 10. The exhibit is curated by art historian Iris Kritikou and designed by Marios Voutsinas.