Vicky Tsalamata


Born in Athens, Greece. Professor of Printmaking at the Athens School of Fine Arts; Head of the A.S.F.A. Printmaking Studio B, from 1999 to 2016. Education: Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, Italy, BFA 1973; M.F.A in Printmaking , Slade School of Fine Arts, (U.C.L.) University College London, 1983; Art of Papermaking, London College of Printing, 1983; New Media, Advanced Printmaking and Digital Printing, Columbia College in Chicago, U.S.A. 2004; Eco-Printmaking, Edinburgh Printmakers Studio in Scotland, 2006. Ca Read more...reer: Her international artistic practice consists of expanded print, collaborative art projects, educational-collaborative work, followed by curated educational exhibitions. She has presented as many as 35 solo exhibitions, several of which by honorary invitation, in museums, municipalities, universities and institutions in Greece and abroad.  Major Solo Exhibitions, invited artist (Selection):Teloglion Foundation of Art, Thessaloniki, 2018; Italian Institute of Culture, Berlin, 2014 – Athens, 2016; Mikloς Borsos Museum, Győr, Hungary, 2009; Municipal Museum of Arts, Győr, Hungary, 2007;  National Gallery Villa Vermes, Dunajska Streda, Slovakia, 2008, in the context of the 9th Int. Biennial “The Masters of Graphic Arts”, Győr, Hungary, 2007, Slovakia, 2008; LELAC 18e Salon International de Printemps, Foires Internationales, Luxembourg, 2003; Chappelle du Rahm, Luxembourg, 2002; Bratislava City Gallery, Slovakia, 2002; solo exhibition at the 21st Alexandria Biennale, Alexandria Museum of Fine Arts, Egypt, 2001; Nadezda Petrovic Gallery, Čačak, Serbia, 2001; Galerija, FLU, Belgrade University, Serbia, 2001, in the context of her award at the 5th  Int. Biennial of Belgrade, 1998; Stadthalle Deidesheim, Germany, 1994; Maliotis Cultural Center, Boston, U.S.A. 1990; etc. She has been invited artist in numerous international Print Symposiums, Invited Curator and Jury member in numerous international print exhibitions, including Int. Biennale of Dry Point, Uzice, Serbia, 2005/ 5th & 6th Int. Biennale of Graphic Art, Municipal Museum of Arts Győr, Hungary, 1999, 2001. Her work has been shown in over 100 invitational and juried International Biennials and Triennials, around the world; Numerus group exhibitions.

Skills: mixed media intaglio digital print


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