NIKOS MICHALITSIANOS

 

He was born in 1958 in Piraeus, Greece. From 1987-1992 he studied Art at ASFA (School of Fine Arts, Athens) under the instruction and guidance of Master N. Kessanlis. He finished his studies having received scholarships by IKY (State Scholarship Foundation) for 4 years, and got his degree with distinction, GPA :10/10. He has taught and exhibited his artwork in various galleries in Greece as well as in other European countries. In 1999, after being invited by the Binghamton University USA, he organized an Art exhibition and he also planned and ran a workshop with senior students of Painting. A range of his paintings can be seen in the Collection of the National Gallery of Greece, the Gallery of Athens Municipality, the Vorres Museum, in several private galleries not only in Greece but also abroad.

 

Solo exhibitions (selection)

 

2013    ‘Painting and Small Installations’, Municipality of Piraeus’ Painting Gallery

2011    ‘Dreams’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

2010    Hellenic centre of London

2008    Gallery Crhysa Katerini

2008    ‘Metamorphosis’ Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece

2005    Gallery Crhysa Katerini

2004    Gauguin Gallery, Holland

2003    ‘A memory observer’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

2003    ‘The look of innocence’, ‘Metamorfosis’ Art Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece

2002    Gauguin Gallery, Holland

2001    ‘Horizons’, ‘Metamorfosis’ Art Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece

2000    ‘Metamorphosis’ Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece

1999    Andersen Center of Arts, New York, U.S.A.

1999    Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

1996    ‘Narcissus in a circus arena’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

1993    Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

 

Group exhibitions (selection)

 

2018    Back to Athens 6 / 2018 :

            Strange days: the dystopia of the real

2015    "Zoo" - Museum of Visual Arts in Heraklion, Crete, Greece
2014    "Madness and Art" - Melina Mercouri Cultural Center in Athens, Greece
            "Honour to the Greek Domenicos Theotocopoulos" - Athens, Greece / Crete, Greece
2013    "Entefktirio" Magazine, no 102-103
            Group Work - Vault

2013    Exhibition of Contemporary Greek Art, Shanghai, China

2013    Consul'Art 2013, Pavillon M, Marseille, France

2011    NordArt 2011, Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Germany

2010    “Four seasons”, gallery Metamorfosis, Thessaloniki , Greece

2009    “Teachers and students”, gallery Metamorfosis, Thessaloniki , Greece

2009    Stories of Love and Eros, gallery Art S.A Kea

2007    ‘Small Paintings 2007’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

2006    ‘Summer 2006, En Plo’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

2006    ‘Small Paintings’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece

2004    Summer Landscapes’, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Greece and

           ‘Melina Merkouri’ Art Gallery, Hydra, Greece

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2002    ‘Thalassina’, ‘Metamorfosis’ Art Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece

2001    Old and new paintings

2000    ‘Cinema inspires the visual artists’, Technopolis – Gazi, Athens, Greece

1999    ‘Approaching the Greek identity. The generations of the 80s and 90s’, Athens Municipal Gallery, Greece

1998    “Focalisations du regard”, exhibition in the context of the Greek Presidency of the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

1998    ‘Greek Landscape Painting’, National Gallery of Greece, Athens, Greece

1998    ‘The Olive Tree’, Goulandris Museum of Modern Art, Andros, Greece

1996    ‘Greek artists paint Christmas’, Athens Municipal Gallery, Greece

1995    ‘Summer in the Mediterranean’, National Gallery, Tirana, Albania

1994    ‘Recent Acquisitions’, National Gallery of Greece, Athens, Greece

            Collections, Athens Municipal Gallery, Greece

1993    ‘Recent Acquisitions’, Athens Municipal Gallery, Greece

            4th Biennale Maastricht, Holland

1992    International Student Forum, Madrid, Spain

            ASFA Graduates, National Gallery of Greece, Athens

1991    ‘A. Tassos’ Hall, House of Cyprus, Athens, Greece

1990    ‘Visual Arts’, Athens Municipal Gallery, Greece