Eleni Maragaki

Selected Works


Eleni Maragaki is a visual artist born in Athens, Greece. She studied Painting in the Athens School of Fine Arts (2013-2018) and MA Fine Art in Central Saint Martins, UAL (2020-2022), as a recipient of the Mona Hatoum Scholarship. She has taken part in numerous exhibitions including a screening in LUX Moving Image (London), a group show in the Art Station Dubulti (Latvia) and the Shijiazhuang Youth Art Biennale in Hebei (China). She is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors and was shortlisted for the First Plinth: Public Art Award (2023). One of her latest projects was public commission for a light installation by Stavros Niarchos Foundation (2022). She lives between London and Athens and working across sculpture, printmaking and installation. Her work is focused on the exploration of the meeting points between urban construction and the natural environment

Solo Exhibitions

Engraved Ark (solo show), F.O.B. Art container by TetARTimorio, Athens, Greece

Group Exhibitions

2023 / The Royal Society of Sculptors Summer Show – Dora House, London, UK
Affordable Art Fair – Made in Arts London, Hamstead Heath, London, UK
Shijiazhuang Youth Art Biennale, Shijiazhuang Art Museum, Hebei, China|
The Graduate Art Show II, The Vanner Gallery, Salisbury, UK
The Human Dream, Gallery of Volos – Greek Printmakes Society, Greece
AIR 2023, The Muse Gallery, London, UK
2022 / SNFCC Xmas World, Stavros Niarchos Park, Athens, Greece
The Graduate Art Show I, Woolff Gallery, London, UK
Beyond Green – The Age of Adjustment, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK
The Thin Metal is Going Through My Left Ear Hole, LUX Moving Image, London, UK
2021 /  Public Encounters, Art Station Dubulti, Latvia
2020 / Horizon Line Sessions, The Blender Gallery, Athens, Greece
2019 / Water Democracy, Byzantine and Christian Museum of Athens, Greece
Printed, The Blender Gallery, Athens, Greece
2018 / Levels, Numismatic Museum of Athens, Greece
2016 / Sixteen Years of Printmaking Research, Melina Merkouri Foundation, Athens, Greece

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