The museum opened its doors in the summer of 2008, with a humble collection of a few hundreds of works all coming…
The Museum is housed in an old traditional bakery located in Ammochostou street in the walled city of Nicosia…
Full of gratitude for the man who taught him printmaking and ultimately marked his artistic path, having the willingness to…
The Museum is housed in an old traditional bakery located in Ammochostou street in the walled city of Nicosia. The first contacts and discussions for its creation began in 2005. Numerous difficulties and obstructions had to be overcome, as a result, its inauguration was achieved 14 years later, in December 2019. The contribution of the Municipality of Nicosia in the realization of this goal, has been significant and essential. In this endeavour the Museum’s Friends were the most valuable asset, with their generous love and support, whether financial aid or voluntary work, throughout the repair and renovation of the building process.
Indistinguishable and on the same mission, the new museum aspires to promote to a wider audience the art of printmaking, to enhance and contribute to the great work performed by the primary museum, interacting and complementing each other with parallel actions.
Full of gratitude for the man who taught him printmaking and ultimately marked his artistic path, having the willingness to give unceasingly, Hambis founded the School of Printmaking in the village of Platanistia, in memory of his teacher, printmaker A. Tassos. His sole aim is to introduce this magical art to all those interested. The School offers countless complimentary workshops , available to all, young and elderly, beginners or not, and Hambis, along with other artists, unselfishly share their knowledge and love for printmaking.
From 28/09/21 until 25/05/22 - Hambis Municipal Printmaking Museum
Contemporary printmaking – New techniques and methods comes after the previous exhibition entitled Traditional Printmaking Techniques. The
From 01/03/21 until 28/02/22 - Hambis Printmaking Museum
This exhibition, as a continuation of the previous one ” The Printmaking Art’s Role”, focuses on Art,
Events are currently unavailable due to COVID-19.