Stathis Alexopoulos is a talented sculptor born on 1976 in Athens Greece, where he currently lives and works. He studied Sculpture at the School of Fine Arts of Tinos, as well as Visual and Applied Arts at the Fine Art School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where he graduated with distinction. He has participated in many group exhibitions and won numerous awards in Greek and international sculpture symposiums.
His sculpting technique, attempting to link the past with the present bringing together the concepts of time and art, is characterized by “hubs”, which are formed by blending together belts and stripes, encircled and embraced eternally. His sculptures combine modern aesthetic with the enduring values of classical sculpture since the form has the power to define the artworks meaning and mission. The artist strives to redefine the form and hold it captive through time. He is known for using Yves Klein Blue, a color that he finds stimulating and inspiring.
His pieces can be found in major museum art shops, galleries and private collections. Many big Municipalities in Greece as well as abroad are elaborately adorned with his sculptures.
Furthermore he has collaborated with a number of distinguished companies in order to creatively promote their advertising campaigns.
Awards and distinctions:
2009: «Odysseas» project (3rd award), Ithaki – Greece
2004: «Peace» project (2nd award), Pan-Hellenic Art Competition in the Municipality of Psahna, Evia – Greece
«Historic Meeting of Alexander the Great to the Philosopher Diogenes» project (distinction), Pan-Hellenic Art Competition in the Municipality of Korinthos, Greece
2018: Art Athina 2018, Gallery Skoufa
2017: Art Thessaloniki 2017, Gallery Skoufa
2017: Art Athina 2017, Gallery Skoufa
2016: Art Monaco 2016, Kapopoulos fine arts Gallery
2012: Hubs, Siakos – Hannape gallery, Athens.
2012: Hubs, Hilton, Athens
2010: Thriasia, Aspropirgos, Athens.
2009: Galou Gallery, Larnaka – Cyprus.
Airforce Heroes Monument, Frouriou Square, Municipality of Larisa, 2008
City Gates, Municipality of Korydalos, Athens, 2008
Ikaros, Hellenic Air Force Academy, Tatoi, Athens
Omiros, Municipality of Ithaki, Ithaka island, 2010
Team work, Denisli, Turkey, 2004
Aspropyrgos Museum of Agricalture
Pavlos Fyssas Monument, Municipality of Keratsini, Athens
Stefanos Karatheodori, Yenikoy, Istanbul
Stefanos Karatheodori, Karatheodori museum, N. Vissa Orestiada
Personal Design Series:
S.ALEXOPOULOS design series are on display on selected art shops in Greece and abroad
2018: Nostalgia is a dirty liar, Gallery Skoufa, Mykonos
2018: The Art Athenians, Gallery Skoufa, Athens
2017: THIMAMAI, SNFCC, Athens
2017: Mykonos to Athens, Gallery Skoufa, Athens
2017: Popeye, Gallery Skoufa, Mykonos
2017: Your sea, Gallery tou Notou, Piraeus
2016: Dark , ATHENE, Athens
2016: Old Brompton gallery, London
2015: Antidote, Mykonos Biennale, Mykonos – Greece
2013: Talking About Art, Thriasia, Aspropirgos, Athens
2013: Art Embraces Fellow Man, Rethymno, Crete – Greece
2012: Gods and Heroes, Mylos events space, Thessaloniki – Greece
2012: Art is Hard, Pelopponisos Old Station, Athens
2012: Tradition Inspires Artists, Thriasia, Aspropirgos, Athens
2012: Santorini Biennale, Santorini – Greece
2012: 7ply Project, Vilka Area, Thessaloniki – Greece
2012: Design Lab, Technopolis – Gazi, Athens
2011: 7ply Project, Technopolis – Gazi, Athens
2010: Ύδατα – Αφρογλυφές Υδάτων Ακύμαντες, Sculptors Society of Greece open-air exhibition, Aigina island – Greece
2009: Graduates 2008-2009, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki – Greece
2009: The Importance of Integration, An artistic intervention with main subject: the bench, an initiative of Kethea, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki – Greece
2006: Belle Arte, Lamia – Greece
2006: Exhibition of Messinian Artists, Kiparisia – Greece
2006: Rooms To Let, Action Field Kodra, Thessaloniki – Greece
2005: Pixel Dance Festival, Video Art Festival, Kodra Camp, Thessaloniki – Greece
2005: Students show, Fine and Applied Arts department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2004: International Sculpture Symposium, Denisli – Turkey