Evangelia Pitsou

Painting

11 May - 17 June, 2006

Biography      View Work           News   Back

  BIOGRAPHY
 

Evangelia Pitsou was born in 1955 in Athens. She studied painting at the StädelSchool of Fine Arts in Frankfurt (1984 - 1989). She lives in Athens.

Solo Exhibitions
2006
Kalfayan Galleries, Thessaloniki
Kalfayan Galleries, Athens
2005
AusstelungsHalle, Frankfurt
2000
Gallery Walbröl, Düsseldorf
1999
AusstelungsHalle, Frankfurt
Villa Gans, Kronberg/Frankfurt
1997
Gallery ak, Frankfurt
1992
“Interactions”, Goethe Institut, Athens
1991
Receptur Kronberg, Kronberg/Frankfurt
Greek Community of Düsseldorf, exhibition as part of the Greek cultural festival
1989
“Horses”, Mouson tower, Frankfurt
1985
“The old man and something more”, Movie theatre, Frankfurt

Group Exhibitions
2006
“DialogÔi 2006”, Kalfayan Galleries, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art.
“ Visual Arts in Greece 2006 - Crossing The Borders”, State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki.
2000
deLigt Exhibition Hall, Frankfurt
1999
“Save today”, Museum of Modern Art, Frankfurt
Kircheim Tel Kunstverein, Kircheim/‘eck
1998
“8x8x8x”, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt
1997
“Mercedes Benz”, Frankfurt
1994
“Art in Frankfurt ´94”, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt
1993
“The Horse as a symbol in the art of the early 20 th Century”, Ratingen Museum, Ratingen
1992
“Primi Piani Lontananze – Foreground and Distances”, Galeria de Serpenti, Rome
1991
“Villa Massimo 1991”, Ludwigshafen Museum, Ludwigshafen
Art Award 1990 and scholarship of the Institute for the Support of Artists in Frankfurt
1990
“Octagon ……”, Wiesbaden Museum, Wiesbaden
1988
“Fine Art students exhibition,´88”, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn
“Spaces” – Art in Frankfurt´88, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt
1985
“Art of today”, Philipshaus, Frankfurt

Awards
1999
Scholarship of the Hessische Kulturstiftung
1992
Award of the Institute Marilies-Hess-Frankfurt
1990
Award of the Institute for the Support of Artists in Frankfurt
1988
Award for the promotion of artists given by the Federal Ministry of Education and Sciences

Site-Specific Works
2004
Psiri, Athens
1999
Old Bridge, Frankfurt