The history of Kourd gallery is rooted in Constantinople and Smyrna of the 19th century. Since then, the Kourdoglanian family has been engaged in the trade of antiquities as well as contemporary art. In 1922, the gallery relocates to Athens to commence its commercial activities in the areas of Monastiraki & Kolonaki (Greece),
as well as in London (Great Britain), Baltimore (USA) and Lucerne (Switzerland).
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