Sculpture | Zoumboulakis Galleries



Alexandra Athanassiades’ upcoming presentation at Zoumboulakis Galleries is a collection of small and large scale metal, wood and resin sculptures accompanied by drawings, prints and collages. This work is a natural progression from her recent exhibition at Jean -Jacques Dutko Gallery in Paris.

Nature provides an endless source of materials and inspiration to this artist. She is constantly on the lookout for pieces of rusty metal, driftwood and discarded items with which she creates a unique type of collage that transforms these objects into recognizable forms such as torsos, horse’s heads and figures.

We can see the influence of pre historic and classical sculpture is reflected strongly in Athanassiades’ work, plus her preoccupation with the temporary and vulnerable aspects of nature and matter. By exploring these themes of vulnerability, fragmentation, nature and transformation she creates a sculptural form that is simple, elegant and complete.

Video showing the creation of the body of work.
Video:  Josef Tupay

Press Release (download file)



Athanassiades Alexandra

Alexandra Athanassiades was born in 1961 in Athens, Greece where she still lives and works.

Her higher education began in Switzerland, at Lugano’s Franklin College. In 1982 she graduated with distinction from Oxford University’s Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at St. Anne’s College and was awarded a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Printmaking. In 1984 she received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from New York’s Columbia University.

Since 1984 she has shown her work in several solo an...

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