Malvina Panagiotidi (1985, Athens) studied Architecture at the University of Thessaly and continued with postgraduate studies in the “Art in Context” program at the Universität der Künste in Berlin with the support of the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY). She has been awarded the Jannis Spyropoulos Prize (2016). She has presented her work in museums and art exhibitions in Greece and abroad. Selected exhibitions: “Constellations in the Dirt”, organized by NEON and the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades, the Kouphonisi Archaeological Collection; “It Was Evening All Afternoon”, “You Can not Hide For More Than Seven Years” Project Space (Athens); ” Acropolis at the Bottom”, Athens School of Fine Arts (Athens), “Heartburner”, Dio Horia (Mykonos), “The Equilibrists”, Benaki Museum (Athens)-in collaboration with DESTE Foundation and New Museum, New York, “Hypnos Project”, Onassis Cultural Center (Stegi, Athens), “The predictions of a one-night king”, Chalet Society (Paris); “A Monument to the First Homosexual Emancipation Movement”, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, (Berlin). She has worked in architectural design of exhibitions such as: “Paratoxic Paradoxes”, Benaki Museum (Athens); “Monster” by Jannis Varelas, Onassis-Stegi (Athens). Since 2009 she has been a founding member of the artist research team Saprofyta.
05_Ghost Relief I-V, 2015-2016
It was evening all afternoon 6 Hz, 2018,
It was evening all afternoon, 2018
The serpent's tears, 2018,