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On View through June 24: "A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC - 200 AD" #onassisexhibition #worldofemotions

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The delightful Fiona Shaw animates the story of the sacrifice of Iphigeneia in this special tour of #WorldofEmotions stop in and check it out!

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In today's animotion, this poor bird expresses sorrow at some bad news received by letter. We see this universal emotion expressed in numerous ways throughout our exhibit #WorldofEmotions #animotions

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Will we see you this weekend at #WorldofEmotions ?

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From the exhibit #WorldofEmotions : Statue of a Boy with a Goose, 3rd century BC, National Archaeological Museum, Athens, 2772 © Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports–Archaeological Receipts Fund In this sculpture, the artist captures a young boy's sense of delight in restraining a pet goose.

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Joy with Tranquility. From the famous drawings from Charles Le Brun's "The Expression of the Passions" in early 18th-century France. People have used similar facial expressions to communicate emotion throughout the centuries. #worldofemotions

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Ostracism is a concept that is fraught with emotion. Imbued with deep political and cultural meaning, it is also an experience that is universal among every social group. The threat of being cast out, left out or exiled is a powerful emotional motivator that has been with us since the time of the ancient Greeks. Among the objects currently on display in the Onassis Cultural Center New York’s exhibition A World of Emotions are a handful of ostraka—small pieces of pottery on which 5th-century B.C. Athenians would inscribe the name of a citizen they wished to banish from the polis. With too many votes, the unlucky winner would then be forced out of the city and exiled for ten years. From this practice, the concept of "ostracism" was derived. Four Ostraka against Themistokles Son of Neokles, 487–482 BC, Museum of the Ancient Agora, Athens

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The ancient Greek dramatists were able to explore the complex emotional lives of women in ways that not even Shakespeare could match. Find out how in this clip of Fiona Shaw's tour through our exhibit #WorldofEmotions

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Greek film "Son of Sofia" @Tribeca  Film Festival, co-hosted by the Onassis Foundation USA:  Elina Psykou returns with "Son of Sofia," a dark, yet tender coming-of-age fairy tale that strikes a masterful balance between realism and dreams. The story revolves around 11-year-old Misha, who flies from Russia to Athens in the summer of 2004, to join his mother, Sofia, after having spent a long time apart. What he doesn’t know is that there is a father waiting for him there.  Friday, April 21 at 6:30 pm – Regal Cinemas Battery Park  Saturday, April 22 at 4:45 pm – Cinépolis Chelsea  Sunday, April 23 at 6:45 pm – Regal Cinemas Battery Park  Friday, April 28 at 4:00 pm – Cinépolis Chelsea  Purchase tickets through Tribeca Film Festival  tribecafilm.com/filmguide/son-of-sofia-2017

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Contemporary psychologists have termed the feeling of total absorption in a task "finding flow." What do you do to put yourself in such a joyful state? Animotion by Brooke Barker. #animotions #worldofemotions

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At first glance, we see a boy playing with his dog. But if we look closer, we realize that this is a funerary stele. The name of the dead child is Kalliteles. The dog’s tail is up, a sign of its playful mood and at odds with the child’s emotional isolation, reflected in the slight downward inclination of his head and in the dejection and sadness on his face. It was customary to depict small children with their pets or their toys, symbols of the Underworld or visual reminders of everyday activities in the lifetime of a child. Archaeological Museum of Brauron #WorldofEmotions

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