Egkrateia Roumpou

Egkrateia Roumpou

Egkrateia Roumpou was born, lives and works in Thessaloniki, Greece.  She graduated in 2004 with distinction from the Department of Visual Arts of the School of Fine Arts – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She followed postgraduate studies ΜΑ Fine Art at University of Arts, Wimbledon, London, from where she graduated in 2007. She presented tree solo shows, and took part in several group shows in Greece and abroad, among them mitra, 2018, Yeni Tzami organized by Municipal Art Gallery, Thessaloniki , Dreams and Fragments, 2017, Lola Nikolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki, 98 hours, 2016, Stereosis, Thessaloniki, On books with the group Platform Translation 98 weeks, 2011, Thessaloniki Biennale: 3 and Beirut, Currents, Trinity Buoy Wharf, 2007, Deutsche Post Bank, Λονδίνο. Since 2009 she is a teacher of visual arts in ANATOLIA College, Thessaloniki, Greece

Konstantinos Markopoulos

Konstantinos Markopoulos (b. 1977) is a painter and illustrator. He studied Visual & Applied Arts at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and currently teaches art in primary education. He has illustrated numerous books for adults and children; his work also includes painting and handicraft. In 2015 Konstantinos was awarded the Greek National Prize for Illustrated Children Books for The Angry Cement Mixer (Epomenos Stathmos, 2013)His artwork features on several covers of the Modern Greek Classics series of Aiora Press.

Artist Panagiotis Stavropoulos

Panagiotis Stavropoulos

Panagiotis Stavropoulos (b. 1962) is a painter and iconographer. He studied painting and engraving at the Gerrit Rietvelt Academy in Amsterdam, and has painted icons and frescoes in churches around Greece. From 1996 to 2014 he lived on the island of Tinos, where he focused mainly on sculpture. His work has been presented in solo exhibitions in Athens and Tinos. Panagiotis has also participated in several group exhibitions, and his artwork features on numerous covers of the Modern Greek Classics series of Aiora Press.