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With a continuous and dynamic presence in the art scene that lasts for more than 40 years, Galerie lefakis has evolved into one of the most popular and beloved art institutions in Greece and Cyprus.

The course of the business has been combined with many pioneering movements for their time. Already, since the 1980s, Galerie Lefakis systematically decentralized art in Greece by opening large galleries outside the center of Athens. This innovative approach, combined with the company's collaboration with the greatest Greek creators, enabled the general public to come into contact with Contemporary Greek art by integrating it into their daily lives. In addition, quite early on, Galerie Lefakis had also turned its attention abroad as it was one of the first Greek galleries that, in the early 1990s, held exhibitions and auctions of works of art in Cyprus and London with great success. This move resulted in the spread and establishment of Contemporary Greek art in Cyprus as well and the creation of a new art-loving audience that has since been steadily supporting it.

During this forty-year journey, Galerie Lefakis evolved and grew by opening new art spaces in Kifissia, Glyfada, Chalandri and Nicosia. At the same time, over the years, the company acquired an ever-widening clientele that continues to follow it in every new step.

More recently, in 2020, the third generation of the Lefakis family, having set the goal of introducing Greek artists abroad as well as collaborating with great international visual artists, opened its first gallery in Saint Paul de Vence, in the South of France. It is a place that is one of the most famous centers of artistic activity worldwide as it counts over 50 galleries from all over the world and an international clientele. Within a year of operation and a very successful first year, the second gallery was opened in the same place.

Galerie lefakis warmly thanks all its partners for their trust and cooperation. It also thanks all collectors and art lovers for their support that gives it the power to continue to lead the Greek and European art scene.