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The aims and objectives of the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics are to promote study and research in the field of aesthetics, as well as to engender interest among Greek intellectuals in aesthetic matters by publishing a journal, organising conferences and lectures and by using any other means that the Board of Directors deems advisable. The Hellenic Society for Aesthetics collaborates closely with the Panayotis and Effie Michelis Foundation, which frequently sponsors the Society’s activities.  More...



Review Chronika AisthetikesThe official organ of the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics is the review Chronika Aisthetikes / Annales d’Esthétique / Annals for Aesthetics. Nowadays, the review is published by the Michelis Foundation under the supervision of an Editorial Committee consisting of members of the Society.  More...


IAA Archives

Proceedings of the IV International Congress on Aesthetics, Athens 1960The International Association for Aesthetics (IAA) decided at the XIVth International Congress of Aesthetics in Ljubljana (1998) to entrust the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics with its Archives.  In 2007 all the volumes of proceedings of the IAA International Congresses, a total of 12,000 pages, were digitised.  More...


Conferences & Lectures

1st Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics, Athens 2000In close collaboration with the Michelis Foundation that sponsors the Society’s activities, the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics organises conferences, lectures and symposia in Athens and in other Greek cities.  More...



Library - Catalogue (OPAC)

The Michelis Foundation LibraryThe members of the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics have access to the Michelis Foundation Library. The main body of the holdings belongs to the personal collection of Panayotis and Effie Michelis. More...

Panayotis A. Michelis

P.A. MichelisP. A. Michelis was among the first Greek architects to champion modern architecture and art. His profuse theoretical work was internationally acclaimed and almost all of his books were translated into several languages.  More...

Effie P. Michelis

Effie MichelisThe painter Effie Michelis, wife of Panayotis A. Michelis, made her artistic début in 1952 with paintings in the naïve style that retain a childlike freshness. More...



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