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    Installation view ''It smells like fire and it sounds to the core''
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    Installation view ''It smells like fire and it sounds to the core''

    , Antrea Tzourovits, 2022, mixed media, variable dimensions

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    , Antrea Tzourovits, 2022, beech wood (reclaimed basketball flooring), metallic basketball ring, 180 x 70 x 150 cm

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    Rattle
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    , Antrea Tzourovits, 2021, steel round bars, 6 Spalding basketballs - size 7, black electrostatic painting, 55 cm x 247 cm x 55 cm

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    , Antrea Tzourovits, 2022, sapele wood, spruce wood, 24ct loose gold leaf, natural shellac (Gomalaka) 17 cm x 24 cm x 24 cm

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    , Antrea Tzourovits, 2022, acrylic on wood (Sapele), wood varnish, 20 cm x 25 cm x 3.2 cm

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  6. Antrea Tzourovits – MA/MFA

    Curriculum Vitae

    Born: Serbia Montenegro – Danilovgrad
    Nationality: Greek

    Education

    2020-2022 MFA Fine Art – The Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK

    2015-2020 BA Fine Art – Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece 

    Exhibitions

    Solo Exhibitions

    ‘’APORIA’’, Kalfayan Galleries, Athens, Greece, 2020 


    Art Fairs 

    Frieze London 2020 OVR (with Kalfayan Galleries) 

    Frieze London 2021 OVR (with Kalfayan Galleries) 

    Experience

    Trainer in ‘’Perasmata’’ (an experimental initiative of UNHCR in Greek schools raising awareness among young people about issues of racism and the need to protect vulnerable social groups. 2013-2014 

    Stringed instrument Art luthery craftsman, Neorion Music Workshop – Handmade Music Instruments, Piraeus, Greece – 2014-2020  

Antrea Tzourovits – MA/MFA

In my work I employ a wide range of means of expression: sculpture, painting, installation, video and music. Recently, I have been fascinated with the qualities and mechanisms of memory as well as the role of personal and collective trauma. I am interested in the relationship between ‘play’ and ‘conflict’ and in the way these two different actions can create a feeling of both humour and uncertainty in the work. I adopt familiar material and popular symbols within the technical handling of the work so that the imagery itself can resonate with the viewer, emphasizing the poetic-philosophical content of objects and situations. Through a poetic narrative exploring the fluid nature of the 'real', I want my work to have a metaphorical function of empirical personal memory.