Georgia Fambris (born 1973, Genoa) studied painting and Byzantine hagiography at the School of the Holy Metropolis of Piraeus and has worked as a hagiographer in Greece, Cyprus and the United States.
Since 2012, her work has been transformed into abstract paintings that explore the female figure, in a dialogue with mainly detached shapes using pastel, acrylic paint and collages.
She has had 3 solo exhibitions and has participated in more than 20 group exhibitions at notable art exhibitions and museums in Greece and abroad, such as the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, the Museum of Byzantine Culture of Thessaloniki, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Sicily, the Museum of Contemporary Art Villa Croce in Genoa and Art Madrid, as well as at the 6th Athens Biennale, among others.
Selection of works
"The female gaze" _Vogiatzoglou Art Gallery, Athens
“Don Quixote: stunts in paradox “ Y.&E. Vati art Hall in Hermoupolis, Syros
“Open–ended”, Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens, Curator Georgia Liapi
Art Athina, international art fair, virtual rooms, Athens ,Greece
"WAAG!", Museum of contemporary art Palazzo Riso, Palermo, Italy
"Reclaiming", The Edit Gallery, Limassol, Cyprus
WAAG, Museum of Byzantine Culture Thessaloniki, Greece
Alice in the Wonders’ Museum, National Archaeological Museum Athens, Greece
Entity Battlefields, Cyclades Art gallery, Ermoupolis, Syros.
“Il segreto di Eva”, Breed Art Studios, Amsterdam, Holland
“ Houses of water sea “, City Hall, Ermoupoli, Syros
“Emfylo-ποιείν”, A.Antonopoulou Art Gallery, Athens, Greece
“Love is a dog from hell”, Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece
“Leonardesca”, Museum of Sant’Agostino, Genova, Italy, Castle of the Dukes of Pomerania, Szczecin, Poland, Palazzo Ducale of Genova (spazio 46), Genova, Italy
“The womenale”, Gunter Grass Gallery, Gdansk, Poland
“ Beautiful” , Parnassus Literary Society ,Athens, Greece