I. Lalaouni & D. Plantzos (eds.), Form Follows Function: 200 + 200. Decorative and Applied Arts 1621-2021. Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum (2022).
This bilingual edition (Greek-English) is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Form Follows Function: 200+200. Decorative and Applied Arts 1621-2021” held under the patronage of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Ms. Katerina Sakellaropoulou.
“On the occasion of the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution, the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum decided to organize an exhibition with a historical angle: “Form Follows Function, 200 + 200” is dedicated to the development of new features in the applied and decorative arts in the “Age of Revolutions” and beyond. The exhibition does not, however, limit itself to the Greek Revolution. Within a still broader Greek perspective, it focuses on the artistic and functional connotations of the objects, drawing on excellent examples of European material culture that epitomize everyday life and highlight the importance that art conveys through the passing of time, through what we understand as “history”…”
ISBN 978-960-88886-5-4 (hard cover)
ISBN 978-960-88886-4-7 (soft cover)
You may find the catalogue in the ILJMuseum Shop and selected bookstores.
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ILIAS LALAOUNIS JEWELRY MUSEUM. THE VALUE OF TIME
This bilingual edition (Greek-English) includes selected objects from the temporary exhibition “The Value of Time: Pocket Watches from Greek Collections” which takes place in the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum (15 February – 22 October 2006). At the same time this catalogue is a calendar for the year 2006.
ILIAS LALAOUNIS. MODERN REVIVAL OF ANCIENT GOLD, 1998
by Anna Beatriz-Chadour-Sampson & Ioanna Lalaounis – Tsoukopoulou. Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum. 130 pages with illustrations. Dimensions 25*27 cm. ISBN: 960-7417-07-0
(publication in English)
30 € (soft cover), 34 € (hard cover)
Ilias Lalaounis METAMORPHOSES
Athens: 1985. text and photos. 344 pages, 310 illustrations, dimensions: 25*30 cm.
This publication covers the most important collections by Ilias Lalaounis from 1957 until 1984 with a description and analysis by the artist.
(available in Greek, English and French)
Ilias Lalaounis. ART GLYPTIQUE: LE BOUCLIER D’ACHILLE
Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, 1995. Text, photos, captions and bibliography. 23 pages, 23 color illustrations, dimensions: 24*31 cm.
The seal stones comprise the collection “The Shield of Achilles”. With an introduction by Pierre Amandry this publication covers the importance of revival of the seal stone technique while extracts from Homer’s “Iliad” 18th rhapsody, accompany the rock crystal creations.
Ilias Lalaounis OBJETS D’ART
Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, 1985. 84 pages, 92 illustrations, dimensions 24*31 cm.
Five of the collections with microsculptures by Ilias Lalaounis are found in this publication. With introductory texts and comments on the objects.
Ioanna Lalaouni’s (ed.), ILION
Athens: ILJM, 1985. Text, photos, captions, and bibliography 76 pages, 44 illustrations, dimensions 21*29 cm.
Introduction by Ilias Lalaounis, text by George S. Korres and reproductions of the book “Ilios” by Heinrich Schliemann accompany the modern creations.
(This is a trilingual edition in Greek, English and French)
Current issue with news from the Museum, international news, programs.
Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum.
Dimensions 23*30 cm.
DEMETRES PLANTZOS (ed.), ARTIST’S JEWELLERY IN CONTEMPORARY EUROPE:A FEMALE PERSPECTIVE
Athens: ILJM, 2000
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A TRIBUTE TO MAGNIFICENCE
Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, 2008. 238 pages with illustrations. Dimensions: 23cm x 29cm. Available in English and Romanian.
Athens: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, 2007. 115 pages with illustrations. Dimensions: 22cm x 24cm. Available in English.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
A selection of Christmas Books for children can be found in the Museum Shop.
EFESSOS. HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURE
Athens: Foundation of the Hellenic World, 2010, 456 pages with illustrations.
Dimmensions: 25cm x 30cm
THE BRACELET: FOLKLORE & ETHNIC (19TH – 20TH CENTURY)
Author: Katerina Korre-Zografou
Athens: Foundation of Hellenic World, 2008, 173 pages with illustrations.
Dimmensions 26cm x 24cm.
ALEXANDRA ATHANASSIADES / SCULPTURE 2000-2009
Athens: Hermes Publishing Ltd, 2009, 63 pages with illustrations.
Dimmensions: 24cm x 30cm