Antrea Tzurovits has completed his undergraduate studies in sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts and holds a postgraduate degree from the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL, University of London). In his practice, he uses a wide range of expressive media and materials, including sculpture, painting, installation, video, and music. He adopts familiar materials and popular symbols in order to create imagery that resonates with the viewer, focusing particularly on the poetic-philosophical of objects and situations. The poetic narrative style he has developed allows him to explore the ambiguities of life with the aim of generating metaphorical content from his own, personal experiences. From an early age, he has held various jobs, including as a playground manufacturer and luthier. In 2020, he presented his first solo exhibition entitled APORIA at Kalfayan Galleries in Athens. He has received a postgraduate studies scholarship from the NEON Organization for Culture and Development. In 2022, he received The Kenneth Armitage Young Sculptor Prize and the UCL East Provost Art Prize. He has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by ARTWORKS in 2022.
Core, 2022, 24cm x 24cm x 24cm, Beech Wood (Reclaimed basketball flooring)
Rattle#1, 2021, 247cm x 55cm x 55cm, Steel round bars, 6 Spalding basketballs - size7, Black Electrostatic painting
Rattle#2, 2021, 90cm x 28cm x 28cm, Steel round bars, 2 Spalding basketballs – size5 and 7, Black Electrostatic painting
Score, 2022, 70cm x 180cm x 150cm, Beech Wood (Reclaimed basketball flooring), Metallic Basketball Ring
Untitled , 2022, 24cm x 24cm x 24cm, Walnut Wood, Spruce wood, 24ct Loose Gold Leaf, Wood Varnish