ALEXIOU NIKOS

Né en 1960 à Rethymno – Décédé le 25 février 2011 à Athènes

Nikos Alexiou est un artiste grec spécialisé dans les arts visuels, l’art contemporain, les installations et les décors pour théâtres. Il exposa son travaille lors d’expositions personnelles ainsi que des événements collectifs à la fois en Grèce et à l’étranger.

En 1982, à l’âge de 22 ans, Alexiou déménage en Autriche pour étudier à l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de Vienne. Deux ans plus tard, il retourne en Grèce pour suivre l’enseignement de l’école des Beaux-Arts d’Athènes

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Expositions personnelles : 

avant 1994

  • Gallery 3, Athens (1985, 1987, 1989, 1994).
  • ZM Gallery, Thessaloniki (1988).
  • Desmos Art Gallery, Athens (1985).
  • Innsbrucker Werkstatt, Innsbruck (1983).

1998

  • Athens Art Gallery, Athens.

2000

  • Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete in collaboration with “Tzamia Krystalla” Gallery, Hania
  • “Lola Nikolaou Gallery”, Thessaloniki.

2001

  • Exerevnitis Gallery, Athens.

2002

  • Gallery 3, Athens.

2003

  • Lola Nikolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki
  • Rebecca Camhi Gallery, Athens.

2004

  • “Angel rolling up the Heaven” and “Red Pavillion”, Unlimited Contemporary Art, Athens.
  • “365” Art Project Gallery, Athens.

2007

  • “The End”, 52nd International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Greek Participation, Curator: Υorgos Tzirtzilakis.
  • “The End”, Zoumboulaki Gallery, Athens
  • “The End”, Françoise Heitsch Gallery, Munich

2008

  • “The End”, Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki, Curator: Υorgos Tzirtzilakis.

2010

  • “The Sense of Order”
  • “Margini Arte Contemporanea”, Toscana, Italy, Curator: Paolo Emilio Antognoli Viti.
  • “San Marco di Venezia 2010”
  • Zoumboulaki Gallery, Athens, Respondent: Emmanouil Zacharioudakis.

Expositions collectives :

1980s

  • “5th Biennale of Sculpture”, Skironio Museum Polychronopoulos, Megara. (1985)
  • “2nd Biennale of Young Mediterranean Artists” Thessaloniki. (1986)
  • “Jeune Sculpture 87/1”, Porte d’ Austerlitz, Paris (1987)
  • “3rd Biennale of Young Mediterranean Artists”, Barcelona, Spain, curator. S. Papa (1987)
  • “5 Greek Artists – 30 Works”, Salle de Conference de la Communaute Europeenne, Brussels and Laiterie Centrale, Strasbourg, curator N. Misirli (1988)
  • “Meetings, Highlights, Conflicts”, Municipal Gallery, Athens, curator K.Stavropoulos (1988)
  • “Revolution”, French Institute, Athens (1989).

1990s

  • “Borderline 80-90”, Municipal Art Gallery, Athens, cur. M. Stefanidis (1990).
  • “Itérations”, Danae Foundation, Pouilly, France (1990).
  • “2nd Minos Beach Art Symposium”, Minos Beach, Agios Nikolaos, Crete, cur. D. Koromilas (1990)
  • “Spira 1”, Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, cur. S. Papa (1992)
  • “Egoism”, House of Cyprus, Athens, cur. K. Stavopoulos (1992)
  • “Magasin”, House of Cyprus, Athens, cur. A. Von Fürstenberg (1994)
  • “International Meeting of Sculpture”, European Cultural Centre of Delphi, Delphi, cur. S. Papa (1994)
  • “Alexiou-Varotsos-Totsikas-Tsoklis”, Mayia Tsoklis Gallery, Athens (1995)
  • “Greek Artists – Quests 1950-2000”, Centre for Contemporary Art, Rethymno, Crete, cur. M. Maragou (1998)
  • “P + P = D”, Deste Foundation, Athens, cur. Y. Tzirtzilakis (1999)

2000–2002

  • “Glossalgia”, Hellenic-American Union, Athens, cur. M. Stefanidis & N. Argyropoulou (2000).
  • “P + P = D”, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thesasaloniki, cur. Y. Tzirtzilakis (2000).
  • “The Pionners”, L. Beltsios Collection, Kalambaka, cur. D. Zacharopoulos (2002)
  • “The Magic”, Ktima Pavlidi, Paiania, cur. M. Maragou.

2003

  • “Outlook”, Athens, cur. C. Joachimides.
  • “Deste Prize 2003”, Deste Foundation, Athens.
  • “The Pioneers”, L. Beltsios Collection, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thesasaloniki, cur. D. Zacharopoulos.
  • “Free Transit”, Zappeio, Athens and Porto Caras, Halkidiki, Greece, cur N. Argyropoulou.
  • “Sketching Out Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday”, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thesasaloniki, cur. L. Tsikouta.

2004–2006

  • “Athens by Art”, Athens, cur. C. Petrinou. (2004)
  • “Breakthrough!” Greece, Sala Alcala 31, Madrid, cur. K. Gregos, D. Zacharopoulos, S. Papa. (2004)
  • “Aus der Ferne, Aus der Nahe, Aus der Mitte”, European Patent Office, Munich, cur. F. Heitsch, M. Poalas. (2004)
  • “Aus der Ferne, Aus der Nähe, Aus der Mitte”, Galerie Françoise Heitsch, Munich. (2004)
  • “23rd Biennale of Alexandria”, Alexandria, Egypt, cur. C. Petrinou (2005).
  • “An Outing”, L. Beltsios Collection, Trikala, cur. S. Bahtsertzis (2006).
  • “The Scarecrow”, Institution E. Averof, Metsovo, cur. Ο. Danyilopoulou (2006)
  • “23rd Biennale of Alexandria”, Benaki Museum, Athens, cur. C. Petrinou (2006)
  • “22 Winter Festival Seragevo”, Hotel Evropa, Serajevo, cur. C. Petrinou (2006)
  • “Totems of the City”, METRO Underground Station, Chalandri, Athens, cur. T. Moutsopoulos (2006)
  • “Apolis”, Hellenic American Union, Athens, cur. C. Velonis (2006)

2007

  • “Disco Coppertone”, Locus Athens and OLP Piraeus, cur. Maria Thalia Karas and Sofia Tournikiotis
  • “Heterotopias: Recreation maid in Greece”, 1st Biennale of Contemporary Art Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, cur. T. Stefanidou
  • “Locus Athens – The Workshop”, Zouboulakis Gallery, cur. Maria Thalia Karas and Sofia Tournikiotis, Athens

2008

  • “Athensville”, Parallel Plan, Art Athina cur. M. Fokidis
  • “Games without Frontiers”, Zoumboulaki Gallery, Athens, cur, T. Stathopoulos.
  • “Summer 2008”, Zoumboulaki Gallery, Athens.
  • “Connected”, Spilioti Projects Gallery, Athens

2009–2010

  • “Expanded Ecologies”, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Cur. Daphne Vitali
  • “Celestial Contrakt”, Schwartz Gallery, London, Cur. Christina Mitrentse and Jonas Ranson.

Conception de décors : 

1991 – 1993

  • “The Songs”, in collaboration with “Edafos Dance Theatre”, Artists’ Building, Athens (17 April 1991)
  • “Κατζούρμπος”, L. Vogiatzis director (1993)
  • “Ηλέκτρας κομμοί – Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides”, Roula Pateraki, director. Athens Concert Hall, Athens, (November 1993)

Medea (from 1993)

  • K.N.S. Theatre, Antwerp, Belgium, (28–29 September 1993)
  • Kotopouli, Rex Theatre, Athens, Greece, (20–25 April 1994)
  • Ypsikaminos, Patra, Greece, (May 1994)
  • Argos Ancient Theatre, Argos, Greece, (June 1994)
  • 2nd International Dance Festival, Kalamata, Greece, (July 1996)
  • 4th Festival of Contemporary Expressionistic Dance, Chania, Greece, (August 1996)
  • Ferres and Komotini, Greece, (August 1996)
  • 1st Musical Theater Meeting, Ancient Dimitriada, Volos, Greece, (September 1996)
  • Melina Merkouri Amphitheatre, Veroia, Greece, (September 1996)
  • Dassos Theatre, Thessaloniki, Greece, (17–18 September 1996)
  • Vrachon Theatre, Melina Merkouri, Athens, Greece, (October 1996)
  • Riverside Studios, London, UK, (12–14 March 1998)
  • Anfiteatro na Doca, EXPO ’98, Lisbon, Portugal, (July 1998)
  • Theater De La Croix Rousse, 8th Biennale of Dance, Lyon, France, (14-18 September 1998)
  • Pattichio City Theater, Limassol, Cyprus, (September 1998)
  • City Theater, Nicosia, Cyprus, (September 1998)
  • Anderson Center for the Arts, Concert Theater, Binghamton University; Performing Arts Center, Albany University; The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College, New York, USA, (9-16 October 1999)
  • Atatürk Kultural CentGrand Hall, 12th International Istanbul Theatre Festival, Istanbul, Turkey, (18 May 2000)
  • Gerard Bechar Theatre, DancEuropa Festival, Jerusalem, Israel, (June 2000)
  • Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv, Israel, (June 2000)
  • Papagou Municipal Theater, Athens, Greece, (June–July 2000)
  • Nikos Kazantzakis Theatre, Heraklion, Greece, (July 2000)
  • San Marino Stage Fesival, San Marino, (August 2000)

1994–1995

  • “Memoria del Olvido”, directed and choreographed by Denise Perdikidis, Teatro Olimpia de Madrid and tour in Germany, Switzerland, Festival de Teatro Clásico de Mérida, Dansa Valencia, Cabildo Insular de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, (1994).
  • “Suppliants – Aeschylus”, directed by Stavros Doufexis, light design by Nikos Alexiou and Eleftheria Deco, Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, (1994).
  • “Medea – Euripides”, directed by Giorgos Lazanis, set light and costume design by Nikos Alexiou, Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, (1995).

2007–2010

  • “Το Αμάρτημα της Μητρός μου”, directed by Kostas Kapelonis, Karolos Koun Theater of Art, (2007).
  • “Meet in Beijing”, “Athens Festival”, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing, (1 and 2 August 2008) and Pallas Theatre, Athens, (from 1 October 2008).
  • “Medea 2”, Dimitris Papaioannou
  • “Schreber’s nervous illness”, directed by Stelios Krasanakis, Alekton Theatre.
  • “La Puppe”, directed by Anna Kokkinou, Theatre Sfendoni.

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