Nicos Charalambides

Nicos Charalambides (b 1967) lives and works in Athens. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, and the School of Fine Arts, Athens. He has held a number of solo exhibitions, among the most recent of which are: Carnavaliki Pavsi, 3rd Athens Biennale, Art Athina ISET pavilion (2010), The Hollow Museum, Kappatos Gallery Athens (2010), Hollow Airport Museum, Lola Nicolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki (2010), Triches Katsares, Kappatos Gallery, Athens (2009), Prayer Carpets, Athens International Fair, Lola Nicolaou Gallery (2009), Innocent Peasants Missing Their Chance to Modernity, Lola Nicolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki (2009), Ledra Barricade, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France (2008), Living together, 27η Sao Paolo Biennale, Brazil (2006), Nochelιa – The C.I.A. project, The Turner Contemporary, London, United Kingdom (2006), The Tupperware Show, series of nomadic exhibitions and workshops (2005), The Egnatia Project, La Circuit Lausanne Gallery, Switzerland (2004), Good Walls Make Good Neighbors, To Spiti tis Kyprou, Athens (2004), Athenian Works-Real Estates, Lola Nicolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki (2004), La Casa Curva, 51st Venice Bienale, Palazzo Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy (2003), King Kong left for Hong Kong, Nees Morphes Gallery, Athens (2002), Social Gym, The Rumbling Museum, Michael Oess Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany (2002), Sorry I Raised My Voice, Lola Nicolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki (2000). His most recent group shows include: Design Your House and Furniture Ιn a Way That Could Serve the Revolution, Beton (2011), The Frankfurt Kitchen, Lola Nicolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki (2011), Mou Aresei Na Stolizomai, Spiti tis Kyprou, Athens (2010), Artistic Panorama, State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki (2008), Athens International Fair, Athens (2008), Action Field Kodra, Thessaloniki (2008), Tourist Guide, European Union Presidency, Paris (2008), Transexperiences Greece, National Museum of Modern Art, Beijing (2008), Where Do We go From Here?, Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Nicosia (2008), Athensville, Athens International Art-Fair, Athens (2008), Mate in Greece, Thessaloniki Bienale (2007), Give(a)way, EV+A 2006 Ireland Biennale, Limerick (2006).