Konstantinos Giotis (b.1988) lives and works in Athens. He is a graduate of the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (Master of Fine Arts Painting, 2015) and of the Department of Fine Arts and Art Sciences, University of Ioannina (BA Fine Art, 2013), while in the period 2010-2011 he studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Compultense University of Madrid, as part of the Erasmus student exchange programme. In his practice, desires, fantasies or autobiographical deviations function as points of departure from which to explore ideological constructions, the limits of representation and painting tropes as building blocks for the construction of a contemporary imaginary. He has presented his work in a number of exhibitions, including: Cra(u)sh. Or how you made me kiss the pavement, Grace (Athens); But are we the only dreamed ones?, Daily Lazy Projects (Athens); Black Paintings, Charlie Smith (London); Nothing, TinT Gallery (Thessaloniki) andWhatWeWant, Action Field Kodra, (Thessaloniki). Furthermore, his work is exhibited at the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art (Thessaloniki).
Oh boy, it looks like you’ve lost it/Bones, 2019
The slow cancellation, 2020,
Totally big on the night, 2020