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Project Team

Scientific Supervisor

Aggelos Antonopoulos

was born in Arkadia, Peloponnese in 1957. At the Athens School of Fine Arts, he studied painting under D. Mytaras, D. Kokkinidis, V. Dimitreas, and stage design with V. Vassiliadis.

He presented his first solo painting exhibition in Athens (F gallery, 1986) and in 1990 he created a large-sized decor for the movie theatre Ideal in Athens. Later, he decorated accordingly the movie theatre Cineak in Piraeus.

During his next work phase, he turned to sculptural installations and constructions. He maintained, nevertheless, some features of his early painting, mainly his chromatic austerity and the frequent contrasts of black-white. The combination of a limited colour palette with drawing precision emphasizes the conceptual dimension of his subjects, reflecting a tendency towards anthropological research, where comments on human nature coexist with autobiographical references. A distinctive aspect of his themes is centered on the human body, and especially on a symbolic approach of the lower limbs, expressed through changes on their form. His sculptures, whether small or large, are usually made of metal mesh and modeling fabric. However, he also uses various expressive media (painting, photography, objects, etc.) into wall-mounted or three-dimensional compositions, focusing on their relationship with space. The artistic processing of his works highlights the sense of completeness conveyed by his forms, without stressing their static nature. He has taught painting at the Chalkida Art Workshop (1987-98), has presented solo exhibitions in Greece and Cyprus and has participated in group exhibitions in Greece, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Germany. He is Director at the 1st Painting Studio of the Fine Arts Department as well as Dean of the School of Fine Arts since 2017. Moreover, in 2021 Agelos Antonopoulos was appointed President of the Administrative Board of the National Museum of Contemporary Art.

Ethics Mentor

Kostas Christopoulos

(born in 1976)is a visual artist. Since 2018 he is Assistant Professor at the Athens School of Fine Arts.He studied painting and printmaking in the Athens School of Fine Artsand he followed a Master Course in Visual Arts in the same School. He concluded his Ph.D. in the School of Political Sciences, Faculty of Economic and Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He has four solo shows in Greece and participated in various group shows in Greece and abroad. He was also member of artistic groups and co-founder of the contemporary art and literature platform The Symptom Projectsbased in Amfissa, Greece. He is the writer of the book The Ethnocentric Discourse in Modern Greek Art (in greek, Asini editions, 2022). He is writing book and art reviews for Greek newspapers, journals, and magazines and is the author of many essays in collective books and art catalogs. He has curated and co-curated group and solo exhibitions. He is member of the Administrative Council of AICA Hellas, the Greek Section of the International Association of Art Critics. Lives and works in Athens.

Project Manager

Maria Felidou

studied Sociology (BA) and Communication and Culture (BA) at Panteion University of Political Sciences in Athens as well as Cultural Organisations Management (MSc) at Hellenic Open University. She has attended various seminars on project and cultural management in Greece and abroad. She has been project manager at the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA) since 1998 and has been involved in the preparation, implementation and monitoring of projects such as ASFA Internships’ Programme, ASFA Innovation and Enterpreneurship Unit under National Strategic Framework Programme 2007-2013, Erasmus+, Partnership Agreement for the Development Framework 2014-2020. She has also been team member for the preparation and submission of projects under Creative Europe and Erasmus+ Currently she works at the HR Department of the National Centre of Social Research and she has been Certified Expert for the financial scope at the Hellenic Foundation of Research and Innovation.