Lida’s CV

Lida Dionissia Alexopoulos
Born in Athens, Greece 1972.

tel. 0030 6934034929


1999 – 2004:
Athens School of Fine Arts. Faculty of Painting.
Secondary subjects: Sculpture and Stage Design
2003 – 2004:
Awarded “Scholar of the Greek National Scholarships Foundation”.
2002 – 2003:
Erasmus scholarship at the Kunsthochschule Weissensee Berlin
1991 – 1997:
Athens School of Economics. Faculty of Management and Marketing

Works and Exhibitions:

March 2011
Presenation of “Olous project” from the Blue Period, at the Forum for creative minds: “On the brink of the next social revolution” part II. Sponsored and curated by the Goethe Institute. Zagreb Croatia.

June 2010
“On the brink of the next social revolution”. Part I: Art Radionica Lazareti (ARL) / Cultural Center Art Workshop Lazareti, Dubrovnik Croatia. Sponsored and curated by the Goethe Institute, Zagreb Croatia.

May 2008
“Image-Space-Action”. Gazi Technopolis Athens Exhibition of young artists. Curated by the Hellenic Chamber of Fine Arts.

September 2006
Geisha. Solo exhibition. Gallery of Mykonos.

May to June 2005
Awarded by Eurobank as one of the 6 highest graduating students. Athens Fine Art School, 2004. Benaki Museum Piraeus Str. Curated by Nelli Misirli.

August – September 2005
Solo Exhibition of Paintings. Gallery of Agios Nikolaos, Crete.

December 2004 – January 2005
Solo exhibition: Space-Dress. Monohoro Gallery, Athens.

May – June 2005
Graduating class of 2004 exhibition. Gallery of Athens School of Fine Arts

October 2004
First prize at the Painting and Sculpture Competition. Agios Nikolaos Gallery Crete

January 2003
Erasmus student’s exhibition. Kunsthochschule Weissensee Berlin

December 2001 – January 2002
Livres d’ artistes (group exhibition). Gallery 7, Athens.

May – June 2002
Group exhibition at Argus Gallery. Argus, Peloponnese.

October 2002
Student’s Biennale of the Greek Schools of Arts. Heraklion, Crete.

November 2001
Greek Ministry of Transportation Award.
For the artistic work exhibited at the Railway Station in the port of Piraeus.