Sofia Stevi


Sofia Stevi (b.1982, Athens) lives and works in Athens and London. Her practice focuses on painting but encompasses sculpture, installation, drawing and artist books. Recent solo exhibitions include solo show at Le Quai Monte Carlo (upcoming 2022); The Wave, public mural, Onassis Foundation (Athens, 2022); Meeting House, two person show with Rachel Howard, Galeria Pelaires (Palma, 2021); Touch, 16:9 billboard, Kingsgate Project Space (London, 2021), The Somnambulists, ALMA ZEVI Venice (Venice, 2021), We don’t have to learn something new, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery (London, 2019); Favorites, ALMA ZEVI, Venice (Italy, 2018); turning fourty winks into a decade, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2017); lizzie & laura, The Breeder, Athens (Greece, 2017); Tell me if I am too much, ALMA ZEVI residency and solo show, Celerina (Switzerland, 2016); Hotel nostos. Humble nimble, dreamlike tumble, curated by Alma Zevi, Marignana Arte, Venice (Italy, 2014).

Selected group shows include Construction Site of Exceptional Feelings, the Breeder Gallery, Athens (Greece, 2020); Nature of Justice, part of Onassis Festival, St Anne’s Warehouse NY (New York, 2018); Moi non moi, or carrying owls to athens, Wiener Art Foundation in Athens, Athens (Greece, 2017); The Equilibrists, organised by the New Museum, New York and the DESTE Foundation, Athens, Benaki Museum (Athens, 2016); Mixed Four, Fokidos in St. Moritz (Switzerland, 2014); The London Project Goes North, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Yorkshire, 2013); Paint as You Like and Die Happy!, Fokidos 21 (Athens, 2013). Sofia Stevi has also co-founded the artist-run space Fokidos in Athens in 2013, where she continues to curate and host exhibitions, happenings and residencies.



RELATED EXHIBITIONS
Group show, Tabula Rasa Gallery, 05.2022 (Upcoming)


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