Since 2009, Dr. Thodoris Koutsogiannis is working as Chief Curator of the Hellenic Parliament Art Collection, Athens. He has taught modern art history as visiting professor in Greece (Athens University, 2009, 2011, 2018; University of Thessaly, Volos, 2010; Hellenic Open University, 2009-14), he has published various essays in collective volumes, and he has presented many papers in international conferences, as well as one monograph on Philhellenism in the arts (2017).
Thodoris is an expert on Western European travelers in Greece, having also curated relative exhibitions, among others Hellas Genius Loci (Athens, Hellenic Parliament & Zappeion Palace, January – June 2014), “A dream among splendid ruins…”: Strolling through the Athens of travelers 17th – 19th century (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, September 2015 – June 2016), and Minor Odysseys (Hellenic Parliament, March – November 2017).
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