My work "Performance: Line" has been selected for the Jerwood drawing Prize Exhibition 2015.
"The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. Selected from original drawings, the Jerwood Drawing Prize has established a reputation for its commitment to championing excellence, and to promoting and celebrating the breadth of contemporary drawing practice within the UK. The exhibition provides a platform to showcase the work of drawing practitioners, from student to established, and as a project helps to define a wider understanding of the role and value of drawing in creative practice. The longevity of the Prize, which has been running since 1994, is a testament to the appetite of the artists who make drawings, and the continued interest of audiences visiting the exhibition, making it one of the most popular shows in the Jerwood Visual Arts program."
Solo exhibition at Zina Athanassiadou gallery, Greece (March 2015).
Selected for the Secret Art Prize Exhibition at Curious Duke gallery, London (September 2014).
"Modern Panic is an annual art exhibition which features a unique collection surreal, controversial & provocative international artists and live art’s practitioners."
Curated by Guerrilla Zoo founder James Elphick.
Group exhibition of selected artists at Zina Athanassiadou gallery, Greece (December 2012)
"Matthew" , a collaboration with photographer Jesus Madrinan, was selected for the Annual Exhibition of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters 2011. The work was awarded the De Laszlo Foundation Award 2011.
"Golbanou" was selected for the Discerning Eye Exhibition 2011.
"The Discerning Eye annual exhibition is a show of small works independently selected by six prominent figures from different areas of the art world: two artists, two collectors and two critics. Work is selected from open submission and from artists invited by the individual selectors. Each selector's section is hung separately giving the impression of six small exhibitions within the whole."
Selected for the Images 35 Exhibition at Bankside gallery, London.
"The Association of Illustrators presents ‘Images 35: Best of British Illustration 2011’– the most prestigious and comprehensive illustration competition, award book and touring exhibition in the UK. Images 35’ showcases work by the UK’s most talented illustrators, including new work from the big names in the industry. The exhibition provides the leading showcase for the variety of contemporary illustration commissioned in the UK today, published alongside self initiated promotional artwork and up-and-coming new talent. Launched in 1976, AOI has organized images for the 35th time, marking a long history of promoting the best of contemporary British illustration."
Final Show MACD at Rochelle gallery London.
Selected for the 2011 Xhibit exhibition at LCC and Core gallery, London.
"Founded in 1997, Xhibit showcases the best emerging creatives. Xhibit is open to all current University of the Arts London students and is selected by an expert panel of creative industry professionals."
MACD group show at Shoredich Town Hall.
Group exhibition of selected artists at Zina Athanassiadou gallery, Greece.
Group show, Remap2, 2009, Athens, Greece.
"The Bad Girls Don’t Go To Heaven exhibition was organized within the frame of the Remap2 international art platform, parallel and in association with the Athens Biennale. The exhibition explores and reveals the hidden sides of the female temperament through the work of 10 international artists (coming from five countries and three continents) who have different points of reference but share a similar philosophy in their approach of the subjective picture. The exhibition brings, for the first time, in Greece fast emerging artists and renown names of the global art scene. The exhibition was organized under the auspices of City of Athens and with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Athens."
Artists:Louise Bourgois / Sarah Ettlinger / Helen Frik / Rachel Goodyear / Joanna Imrie, / Alexandra Kollaros / Natasha Law / Dimitra Giannakakou Razelou / Jessica Speckhard / Martha Zmpounou