Making art means being close to the heart… and that’s what the “El Cuor no se Vende” show is all about at Hydra’s Historical Archives Museum from July 1 to August 31.
Guillon’s second show at Historical Archives Museum of Hydra invites art lovers to discover new interesting talents such as Isao Llorens, Quentin Garel, Lee Jung Woong, Yves Bélorgey and many others.
The “El Cuor no se Vende” (meaning “the heart’s not for sale”) is when art meets beauty and where taste and freedom are the only protagonists.
The Valmont Foundation, a member of the Switzerland-based manufacturer Valmont Group, is active in charity and the promotion of culture, participating in the 2015 Venice Biennale with “The Dialogue of Fire” and now on Hydra with “El Cuor no se Vende”.
Founded in 1918, Hydra’s Historical Archives Museum (HAMH) is a major hub of cultural activity and growth.
Orloff Hotel on Hydra is co-organizing the event.
Opening hours: daily 9am-4pm and 7:30pm-9:30pm.
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