In our effort to support art and contemporary Greek artists, we present works by well-known and emerging artists printed on a mask.
Meet and wear contemporary Greek art!
We also invite other Greek creators who would like to take part in our effort.

Leda Alexopoulou

Leda Alexopoulou was born in Athens (Greece) in 1972. She studied in both Athens Schools of Economics and Business (1996) and in Athens School of Fine Arts (2004). She has a diploma in Marketing and Management and a diploma with honors in Painting. In the Athens School of Fine Arts she also studied Sculpture, Stage Design and Graphic Design. She has exhibited her work in both group and solo exhibitions in Greece and abroad. She lives in Athens and in Crete. Themes, shapes and colours in her work are influenced by anything that captures her eyes and challenges her imagination. A constant through-line, though, is the inspiration she receives from the Greek land, which she finds harnesses a unique energy that creates a colour palette with a distinctive light and a special sense of rawness. Her diverse work includes drawings, paintings, sculpture, ceramics, design objects and land art. Combined they illustrate both her sophisticated aesthetic, as well as her essential need for creation in and of itself.

Rania Afentouli
Vassilis Zois Vlassis

Vassilis Zois Vlassis (Red Zoo) was born in Thessaloniki, grew up in Heraklion, Crete, where he lives and works. He studied in England, is a graduate of Civil Engineer Msc at the Imperial College of London. His love and passion for painting began from his student years. His works are characterized by transcendence. Abstract expressionistic elements, with color tension and lineage (Action Painting, Tachisme, Color Field) are observed. In his works one image creates the next one and in one form another sparks out, which are imprinted through an ardent color feast. Most artworks can be seen on all four sides. The depiction of his works does not stop at the boundaries of the frame but continues on its edges. It uses various materials (acrylic, oil and mixed materials) and various techniques. His inspiration comes from personal experiences – emotions, social stimuli and social diversity, which are transformed into his works and show his constant concern. Through this unceasing worry, “Red Zoo” was born in a constant struggle with himself.
Participating in group exhibitions

  • Exhibition of Cretan Artists “Communication through Art” on Solidarity at St. Mark’s Basil, February 2014
  • Exhibition on the Artistic Activities of the Invisible City in Heraklion, June 2015
  • Exhibition on the Artistic Activities of the Invisible City in Heraklion, June 2016
  • Art Exhibition of Sculpture and Painting of the Hellenic Society of Alzheimer Disease in the Gallery of the Society of Macedonian Studies in Thessaloniki, May 2017
  • 7th Competition Exhibition entitled “Parallel Roads 2017” by the Association of Fine Artists of Northern Greece October 2017 (where he was awarded and praised)
Individual exhibitions
  • At Herlin project space, October 2014 Heraklion
  • Individual exhibition at the Youth Multicenter of the Municipality of Heraklion June 2015.
  • Individual exhibition at St. George’s Gate October 2015
  • Individual exhibition at the Gate of St. George May 2016
His artworks are in private collections

Panagiotis Daramaras

Panagiotis Daramaras studied Filmmaking at the School of Stavrakou, he has participated in lectures of Contemporary Dance & Acting and has graduated from the Fine Art School of Athens. He has choreographed and performed at dance performances. Has had many personal and group exhibitions.

Tzina Dellasouda

Tzina Dellasouda (born Athens 1978) lives and works in Athens, Greece. She is a visual artist and curator of art exhibitions. She has held two solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group. Her artworks can be found in the Library of Alexandria, in the National Gallery & in the collection of Alpha Bank.

Christina Dimakogianni

Christina Dimakogianni was born in 1992. She studied Fine Art in the School of Athens where she graduated with honors in 2018. She was selected in ART FELLOW (2019) through the artist support program from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center. She has exhibited her work in personal and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.

Minos Kefalas
Panagiotis Kefalas

Panagiotis Kefalas studied BA Fine Art at the School of Athens, completing his post graduate in Education & History of Art at EKPA. He has exhibited his work in personal and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.

Maria Kokkini

Maria Kokkini was born in Athens and studied Mathematics at the University of Patras. She then worked professionally with cast jewelry and the manufacture of molds, while collaborating with silversmith workshops undertaking the design and manufacture of their jewelry. Since 2001 she begins her professional involvement with painting. Maria Kokkini is a self-taught painter. Her works are creations on wood, using tempera and combinations of materials. She has participated in 17 group exhibitions and has 10 solo exhibitions to her credit.
kokkini_maria@hotmail.com

Giota Bouza

Giota Mpouza was born in Athens. She studied at the Athens School of Philosophy, graduating in 2009. In 2012 she studied Fine Art at the School of Athens, while taking interest in engraving, set design, photography and audiovisual means. In July of 2017 her dissertation was focused on stop motion animation, with the title ‘Anavasi’. She has exhibited in various exhibitions in Athens. In addition, she has studied Music which she integrates in various ways in her visual work.

Persefoni Nikolakopoulou

Persephone Nikolakopoulou has studied Fine Art at the Fine Art School of Athens. The means of her expression she uses are Fine Art, Installation and Performance. She has exhibited in Greece and abroad and is working in Education and Illustration on children’s books. She lives in Crete, Greece and is currently studying her post graduate in History of Art in the University of Crete.

Stella N. Christou

Stella N. Christou organizes sounds, words and materials.
Composer – Performer – Researcher > Music + audiovisual installations

Anna Papathanasiou
Korina Papafragou

Corina (Kyriaki) Papafragkou
She studied Painting at the School of Visual and Applied Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and at the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA). She graduated in 2003. Since 2005 she has been teaching Arts in public junior high schools and public high schools. Since 2007 she designs and creates jewelry from polymer clay(wearable art).
She studied also Print – Making at the ASFA. She graduated in 2014. Since 2016 she holds a master degree in Special Education from the University of Nicosia. Today she attends the Postgraduate Programme “Audiovisual Arts in Digital Age” of the Department of Audio and Visuals Arts, Ionian University.
She has set eight solo exhibitions and she has participated in several group ones. She had also participated in two international art symposia in Slovakia.

Websites:

  • copatheartist.weebly.com
  • artoi.weebly.com (polymer clay jewelry)
Antonis Rapanis
Evi Roumani

Evi Roumani is a visual artist and curator. She studied her BA in Fine Art at the School of Athens and continued with an MA in Fine Art at 2019. She has exhibited in both personal and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. She is a tutor at the Fine Art School of Athens.

Aggeliki Svoronou

Angela Svoronou was born in Athens in 1976 and studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Art. From 2002 to 2005 she studied photography in London where she obtained an MA in Photography from the London College of Communication and an MA in Fine Art from the University of East London. She has received scholarships from the Alexander Onassis Foundation, from the Lilian Voudouris Foundation and from the Greek Ministry of Education (P. Triantafylidis endowment). She represented Greece in the 13th Biennial of Young Artists of Europe and the Mediterranean (Bari, Italy) and has exhibited in more than fifty solo and group shows in Greece and abroad in festivals such as the Rencontres d’Arles (France), the
Thessaloniki Photobiennale and the Athens Photo Festival. She has also exhibited in museums such as the Benaki Museum, Athens, the Photography Museum in Thessaloniki, the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete and the State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki and in private galleries. Her work has been awarded prizes internationally and can be found in private and public collections. Angela Svoronou has participated in art residencies, has taught photographic seminars, has participated in conferences and currently teaches at the Athens School of Fine Art.

Nikos Siskos

Nikos Siskos was born and raised in Volos. In 2006 he graduated with honors from the Athens School of Fine Arts, in the workshop of Dimitris Sakellias and George Kazazis. He has presented many solo exhibitions, most recently in 2010 at the Gianna Grammatopoulou Art Gallery entitled “LES FEMMES FATALES”. He has also participated in many group exhibitions. From 2002 to 2004 he received a scholarship from ASKT while in 2007 he received a scholarship from the Academy of Athens. His works are in many private collections. He lives and creates in Athens.

Angelos Spartalis

Angelos Spartalis (1973) is a painter and Cinematographer. He grew up in Crete-Greece and in Düsseldorf-Germany. He is a graduate of the National Technical University of Athens
(Mech.Engineering-Aeronautics). He lives in Athens and in Aghios Nikolaos, Crete.
Solo Painting Exhibitions:

  • 2019 “To skouliki”, Aghios Nikolaos, Crete
  • 2015 Justice of the Peace Court, Aghios Nikolaos, Crete
  • 2014 ART-ATHINA / TITANIUM Yiayiannos Gallery, Athens
  • 2013 TITANIUM Yiayiannos Gallery, Athens
  • 2012 Municipal Art Gallery of Aghios Nikolaos, Crete
  • 2011 TITANIUM Yiayiannos Gallery, Athens
  • 2008 KOZAS Gallery, Rhodes
  • 2007 Lake of Aghios Nikolaos, Crete (installation)
  • 2004 Pnyk-Art Foundation, Athens
  • 2003 Museum of Modern Greek Art, Rhodes
  • 2002 Art Cities in Europe, Berlin (performance)
Maria Tsinia

She was born in 1982 and lives in Athens. She is a graduate of the Department of Preservation of Antiquities and Works of Art of the Technological Educational Institute of Athens (TEI) and of the Department of Fine Arts of the Higher School of Fine Arts . She graduated in June 2016 in the direction of painting. She has participated in various painting exhibitions as well as in educational programs and teaches fine arts courses in the private and public sector.
maria.tsinn@gmail.com