Maria Louizou is a Greek sculptor born and based in Athens. The main body of her work consists of sculptural installations embedded with vocal compositions she creates herself. She studied sculpture at the Athens School οf Fine Arts (ASFA) and theory of music (classical and electronic) in the Athens Conservatoire. In 2019, her work was presented in New York, as part of the annual benefit exhibition Tabula Rasa running under the artistic direction of Robert Wilson’s; as well as in Beijing, where she was awarded the prize China Taiyuan International Youth Metal Sculpture 2018. She has also shown work as part of the Theorimata exhibition at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens (EMST). She participated in the Summer Residency of the Watermill Center in New York, under donations from collectors Cornelia Long and Franz Wassmer. In 2019, Sinestetica gallery in Rome hosted her first solo show, 22°C.
«Τhe Monument», 2016
«Wild Flowers» 2020