Charos Manolis

Charos Manolis

Manolis Charos was born on Kythera in 1960. He studied in Paris at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts and undertook post-graduate studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. He is the recipient of both the French National Prix des Fondations and the Academy of Athens award.
He has worked as an artist in residence at Princeton University in the US, where he also embarked on research into Aesop’s Fables, the subject of his major show at the Benaki Museum in 2011. Having participated in a large number of group and one-man shows both in Greece and internationally (France, UK, Italy, Germany, USA, et al), he is numbered among the important representatives of his generation. Works of his are kept in public and private collections both within and beyond Greece.
Since 2013, he has mainly divided his time between Kythera and Paris, where he staged his last solo exhibition in 2016.

Selection of works

SoloExhibitions

2012
"Acropolis, the Monk...", Zoumboulakis Galleries, ATHENS
2005
Solo exhibition, Lola Nikolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki
2001
Solo exhibition, Nees Morfes Gallery, Athens
1999
Solo exhibition, Lola Nikolaou Gallery, Thessaloniki

GroupExhibitions

2019
"Games & Toys", Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens
2009
35 artists for democracy. Deputy T. Mavrotas. Zappeion Palace Athens
The Modern Greek Landscape from the 18th to the 21st Century. B & M Theocharakis Foundation of Fine Arts Athens
Art + Nature Edited by G. Bolis Villa Kazouli Athens
2008
"Sleep" Editor of Thanasis Moutsopoulos, Gallery of Kalamata
2007
Seven Modern Greek Art Galleries Belgravia, London

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