“Antithesis” Periodic Exhibition at the Piraeus Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
Ephorate of Antiquities of Western Attica, Piraeus and Islands - Greek Ministry of Culture (Collaboration for the audiovisual production of the periodic exhibition at the Piraeus Archaeological Museum)
AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION / DURATION 19’55”
Ifigenia Dimitriou (Editing), Dora Evangelou (Archaeologist - Museologist / Exhibition Editor), Stella Chrysoulaki (Archaeologist / General Supervision), Ministry of Culture (Production)
Piraeus after WW II and until 1970 is shown through clips of classic Greek films such as “Lily of the harbour” (1952), “Lola” (1964), “Never on Sunday” (1960), etc. While tourist development highlights the harbour, Troumpa remains a red-light district with cabarets and brothels, where passing tourists seek indulgence.
It is projected at the “Antithesis” exhibition at the Piraeus Archaeological Museum