Dimitris Tataris (b. 1975, Crete, Greece) lives and works in Athens, Greece. He graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece. In 2002, he received a scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation in order to continue his studies in the Middlesex University in London, where he graduated with an honors degree. Recent solo shows include: “A Day in Hell”, Kalfayan Galleries, Athens, Greece (2014); “In God We Trust”, Aristotelous Project, Kalfayan Galleries, Thessaloniki, Greece (2013); “Loplop” (2011) and “FRAGILE” (2008), K-Art Gallery, Athens, Greece. Recent group shows include: “Painting, Today”, Vogiatzoglou Art Gallery, Athens, Greece (2014); “Blue”, Kalfayan Galleries, Athens, Greece; “Waiting for the barbarians: Report to Cavafy”, Kalfayan Galleries, Athens, Greece (all 2013); “Re-culture”, International Visual Art Exhibition and Educational Workshops, Agora Argiri, Patra, Greece; “Salus Patriae”, Kydoniefs Foundation, Andros island, Greece (all 2012); “Cartography of the unknown”, 50-1 Gallery, Cyprus; “I fought the X and the X won”, National Museum of Fine Arts, Malta and Museum of Arts, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; “WHITE BLACK”, Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece (all 2011); “…Par Nature”, Galerie Bonneau – Samames, Marseille, France (2009). Dimitris Tataris is represented by Kalfayan Galleries, Athens – Thessaloniki

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