Thrilled to have co-curated with Minnie Weisz HOME, a multimedia exhibition that brought together nine international visual artists working under the creative and social-cultural theme of displacement, to compliment the tenth year anniversary of the Athens Democracy Forum, in association with The New York Times, held on 28-29 September, 2022, at the Zappeion, Athens, Greece.
The Athens Democracy Forum was attended by international business leaders, academics, policy makers and experts including: the European Commission President, Ursula Von Der Leyen; the 8th United Nations Secretary General and Chair, Ban Ki-Moon; and Her Excellency the President of the Hellenic Republic, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, amongst others.
I'm so honoured to annouce that I've recently been invited to be featured in a piece of work where established and emerging creative figures of the art world will be part of, by MS Karamat in her 'International Fear and Memory Book Project'. An article to the run up of her book project has been published in British Vogue, link is included below:
British Vogue : " The Woman Challenging Fear With Culture."
I'm so excited and honoured to have my work 'Salvaged Memories' included in Luciano Benetton's art collection and which will also be exhibited in “Join the Dots/Unire le Distanze” that forms part of Benetton's Imagi Mundi project. The exhibition opens on 29 May at the stunning Salon degli Incanto in Trieste, Italy until September 2nd. All welcome. Thank you Nicolas Vamvouklis for making this happen!
I'm thrilled to be the winner of the 2016 Brussels Airlines Likes Art Award at the Accessible Art Fair in New York with 'My Diary #Selfie of a Nobody, 06th January, 2015'. The winning piece is currently on show at The Loft in Brussels Airport until May 2017.
A selection of my work from the series titled My Diary #Selfie of a Nobody (365 days) was on display at Art Lab, an exhibition which ran alongside Art For Tomorrow conference, sponsored by The New York Times at the W Hotel Doha, Qatar 12 - 15 March 2016
The Art Lab exhibition also featured works from:
HRH Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark
Google Cultural Institute
Hassan Al Thani