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Rarity Gallery, Mykonos Town

4.6
#6 of 106 in Things to do in Mykonos Town
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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Opened in 1995, Rarity Gallery exhibits contemporary works of art by domestic and international artists. A range of media is represented, from sculptures and paintings, to photographs. Before you head to Mykonos Town, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Mykonos Town online itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Mykonos Town has to offer, including Rarity Gallery.
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  • The gallery has an incredible selection of different forms and varieties of art and showcases a wide range of contemporary artists 
    The gallery has an incredible selection of different forms and varieties of art and showcases a wide range of contemporary artists  more »
  • Interesting artists and exhibition. We discovered some new artists to follow and fell in love with a bronze sculpture by Joy Brown. The staff were attentive, helpful and knowledgeable. If only money....  more
    Interesting artists and exhibition. We discovered some new artists to follow and fell in love with a bronze sculpture by Joy Brown. The staff were attentive, helpful and knowledgeable. If only money....  more »
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  • This is a small gallery in downtown Mykonos, in the Little Venice district. The employees were absolutely fantastic and super knowledgeable about the art and the artists, able to point out interesting details and to provide some very helpful background information. The art is exceptional, in particular the photo realism pieces done in oil. We had a really enjoyable time admiring the art and learning about the artists and the pieces. Definitely recommend.
  • We visited the specific gallery a group of students from Athens School of Fine Arts. The employees there looked terrified and when we asked them to tell us about the art works it was like the were reading what they were going to say from somewhere. I’m putting only one star because the gallery manager was extremely rude to us. When we asked him for a painting with what material it’s made of he ironically answered it was made with a paint brush even if that isn’t what we asked at the first place. When we ask from what is made of we mean, what materials he used. It’s a shame when students come from the best school of fine arts in Greece to treat them like that. Obviously we didn’t say that we were from ASFA from the get go, but they should treat everyone with respect and be polite to whoever comes to the gallery to admire the pieces. I have never had to deal with, with such a rude encounter. It’s a pity because the specific man because he saw us that we were young and wouldn’t buy something, were were not welcome for him. It would be good if you’re going to sell art, have the right education because art without education is not art.

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