|Location||Army Park, Goudi
|Director||Prof. Marina Lambraki-Plaka|
|Public transit access||Katehaki station|
National Glyptotheque (Greek: Εθνική Γλυπτοθήκη) is a sculpture museum located in Athens, Greece. It is an annex of the National Gallery of Greece. The museum was established in 2004 and became the first National Glyptotheque of Greece. It houses a permanent collection of Greek sculpture from the 19th and the 20th centuries and temporary exhibitions, mainly of sculpture. The museum is based in two buildings of the former royal stables and a surrounding area of 6,500 m2, situated at the "Alsos Stratou" (Army Park) in Goudi.
So far, the museum has hosted two temporary exhibitions. The exhibition Marino Marini (1901-1980) (June–October 2006) and a retrospective exhibition of Yannoulis Chalepas (February–September 2007).
- "Annexes". National Gallery. nationalgallery.gr. Retrieved 2009-05-27.[dead link]
- Lambraki-Plaka, Marina. "Marino Marini An archaic sculptor of modern art National Glyptotheque, Army Park, Goudi 27th of June - 30th of October 2006". National Gallery. nationalgallery.gr. Archived from the original on May 17, 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-27.
- Lambraki-Plaka, Marina. "Retrospective Exhibition Yannoulis Chalepas National Glyptotheque, Alsos Stratou Goudi 22nd of May - 23rd of September 2006". National Gallery. nationalgallery.gr. Retrieved 2009-05-27.
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