Local fine art photographer Josh Garrick’s passion for Greece has resulted in a partnership between Greece’s most-regarded museum and the American who loves the country. Garrick has been extended a recent invitation to showcase his photographic work highlighting treasured Greek monuments at the National Archeological Museum in Athens, Greece.
The exhibit, Seeking the Ancient Kallos, will be shown September 12, 2013 through January 8, 2014.
The works will highlight often unseen details of illustrious Greek treasures including some of the most famous sculptures of history. Garrick received unprecedented access to many of the monuments during his more than 40 trips to the country, having traveled to Greece as a professor with his students from the prestigious School of Visual Arts in New York City and on his own as a professional artist.
The National Archeological Museum, which ranks among the top 10 museums of the world, will feature Garrick’s black and white photography of Greek monuments printed on aluminum.