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signed and titled on the reverse
40 x 40 cm (each part of the diptych)
private collection, Nicosia
Theodoulos Gregoriou was born in Malounta. Between 1976 and 1981 he studied at the Instituton de Arte Plastice ‘Nicolae Grigorescu’ in Bucharest on a scholarship from UNESCO. He continued his studies on a scholarship from the French government and studied at the Cite Internationale des Arts and École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
He has presented his work in many solo and group exhibitions, among which ‘Cyprus, from Neolithic Period of Theodoulos Gregoriou’, Museum Louvre, Paris (2008), Tretyakov Museum, Moscow, Russia (2007), UNESCO, Paris (2006), Olympic Art Museum, Seoul / Lancelevich La Louviere / Kunsthaus, Manheim / Modern Art Museum, Ostend (2005), Kupersmuhle Museum , Duisburg / Kunstlerhaus Vienne / State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki / Beacker Gallery Cologne (2004), Les Abattoirs Contemporary Art Museum, Toulouse (2003), Royal Park, Toulouse (2002), OPEN - Lido, Venice (2001), North-South, National Museum, Warsevie / Macedonia Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki (1999), Andre Malraux Municipal Centre of Contemporary Art, Colmar (1998), Venice Biennale, Venice (1997), FRAC / CRAC, Alsace (1993), Midi- Pyrenees Centre of Contemporary Art, Toulouse (1992), Aperto’90, Venice Biennale / Modern Art Museum, Toulouse (1990). ARS VIVA AWARD 08/09, ‘Mise En Scene’ (BDI), Germany.
His monumental work ‘Cellules-Choirokitia’ has been part of UNESCO’s Patrimonial Collection since August 2010. The work was donated by The Republic of Cyprus, and it will be on permanent display at the entrance of the international organisation’s building in Paris.
His work can be found in many public and private collections in Cyprus, Greece and France. Notably: The State Gallery of Contemporary Cypriot Art, and The Museum of Modern Art, Toulouse.