Team member
Xenia Papadopoulou lives and works in Athens. She holds a Master in visual arts from the Athens School of Fine Arts. As an artist she works with a variety of media and forms, including installation, text, photography, performance and sound.

Originally, she studied art conservation in Athens (ΒΑ Technological Educational Institute) and Sweden (MSc, Gothenburg University). She continued by studying photography at the Valand Academy of Art and Design (Gothenburg University), Visual Communication (Malmö University) and Scandinavian art history (Uppsala University).

She has conserved medieval and Renaissance art in Sweden, Roman wall paintings and findings in Ephesus, Turkey, Minoan wall paintings in Tell el–D’aba, Egypt, neoclassic wall paintings and cinema film in Greece, and modern and contemporary art in USA. She has conserved works by Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Richard Long, Dan Flavin, Roni Horn, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov and many others. She was Hiroshi Sugimoto’s exhibition assistant during the installation of his temporary exhibition at the Chinati Foundation, in Marfa, Texas, in 2011.

In 2015 she published her first poetry book under the name ‘The pheasant’s call’(Iridanos publishing house). She has taken part in international literature festivals and workshops and her book was nominated for the ‘New voices in poetry’ award of the Anagnostis magazine. Her poems have been translated into German.