Established on 2000, the museum is located a few meters from Filellinon Street near Syntagma Square. It possesses the 3,500 paintings by young Greek visual artists – collected by its namesake, Vlassis Frissiras, dating back since 1978.
The Frissiras Museum continuously moves toward bringing forth a collection consisting exclusively of works centered on 2 axes: the human form and body, and representation.
That is, the figurative art that reinstates a method of painting which has been more or less marginalized by newer forms of art, extending to European artists.
Collections of the Frissiras Museum
▶︎ National Gallery of Athens
▶︎ Goulandris Museum
▶︎ The Frissiras Museum
▶︎ National Museum of Contemporary Art
▶︎ Municipal Gallery of Athens
▶︎ Municipal Gallery of Piraeus
▶︎ Lalaounis Jewelry Museum
▶︎ Herakleidon Museum