Our history Dimitrios Nomikos starts producing tomato paste using pre-industrial technology in Messaria, Santorini.
The tomato Tomato is actually a fruit that is presumed to have been first cultivated by the ancient Inca and Aztec civilizations since 500 BC.
Visits Visiting hours Tuesday – Sunday, April – November, 10:00-18:00, Closed on Monday Tickets General admission: 12 € Reduced ticket: 10 € Children 8 – 18 years old Students Unemployed People over 65 years Free Admission: Children up to 11 years old People with disabilities and an attendant Location The Tomato Industrial Museum “D. Nomikos […]
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Impressing the ancient beauty Exhibitions Impressing the ancient beauty The title of the exhibition signals the distinguished Philhellenic American photographer’s desire to penetrate the raw material of classical beauty: unexpected angles of ancient sculptures are captured by his inventive lens and then printed on processed DiBond aluminum that gives the photograph an almost tactile depth . J.Joshua Garrick’s work talks about life and death, […]
little lives or the body i inhabite Festival little lives or the body i inhabite little lives or the body I inhabit. The goal of the show is absolute synchronization between us. And this effort of the two bodies finally becomes the content and medium of the performance. The viewer is invited to watch not a story with a beginning, middle and end, but two bodies that move, and with […]
The ship Neraida Exhibitions The ship Neraida “The passenger ship Neraida was built as Laurana in 1939 at the Cantieri Navali Del Quarnaro shipyards in what was then Italian Fiume, Croatia. It was used for coastal shipping in the Adriatic and as a rescue vessel during World War II. In 1949 it was bought by Yiannis Latsis and launched on the Argosaronic […]
9 stories in greek, gray and red Exhibitions 9 stories in greek, gray and red The modest organic shell of the Santorini Arts Factory, as it still holds memories, exudes images and smells and preserves traces of the toil and joy of those who inhabited it, keeping alive the economy and the social fabric of the island for many decades, succinctly dictated the title and content of the first visual […]