More than ten years ago, the artist Marie Perrakis started working on the theme "dot, dot, dot", it was at Biennale de Giappingo in Mexico that for the first time a work by this unit was exhibited and the most recent presentation was at the Florence Biennale on 2017 with the: "wish you were here" a suspension point that consisted of pieces of the English flag to comment on the Brexit.
The artist returns each time in the form of three small circles that form the point of suspension, with a brand new idea that each time worked in a different way gives a new result by reminding us that sometimes in the texts, as in life, what we do not say has a value more important than words. It's up to everyone personally to explore the secret world of all this that is simply indicated with the three little dots but never said.
The "win-win-win" that will be exhibited is an optimistic work that talks about the determination to win and that will accompany the collector who will adopt it as a mantra every day giving him the support to luter to the maximum of his power in the daily war of his life. When even in another level the third word "win" invites us to think before each lute on the consequences of the victory by putting a point of suspension on the who will finally be the winner when all will be finished.
Studied Macroeconomics with spécialisation in Statistics at P.U.
Painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts where she also studied Sculpture, Photography, Stage Designing and Mosaic.
Graduated in 2004.
- Solo Exhibitions
2003 - “So What”, Second Thought Gallery. NYC. The USA.
2005 - “Aint no Cure for Love”, Aigokeros Gallery. Athens, Greece.
2006. - Iris Gallery. Athens, Greece.
2006-2009 - Three solo exhibitions in "Athens Art Space" Gallery. Athens, Greece.
2009 - “Miracle making”, Camden Art Gallery. London, UK.
2011 - Amsterdam Witney Gallery. NYC, The USA.
2012 - Articblue Gallery. Ibiza, Spain.
- International Exhibitions
2002 - “Monument to now” Exhibition at Dakis Ioannou Museum. Athens, Greece (participation as Matthew Richies's assistant).
2005 - 1st Bienniale of Chapigo - Represented Greece. Mexico.
2006 - Istanbul Biennale - Represented Greece. Istanbul, Turkey.
2007 - Las Vegas Museum of Modern Art. Las Vegas, The USA. (Piece of Art in museum's permanent collection)
2009 - SNBA (Salon National d' école des Beaux-Arts) at Carrousel du Louvre with Camden Art Gallery. London, UK.
2009 - "Queen of Hearts” Primo Piano Gallery. Lecce, Italy.
2009 - Honorary participation to the “International Young Masters”. Catalogue published by the OMMA Gallery. Santa Barbara, California, The USA.
2010 - 11 – 12 - SNBA (Salon National d' école des Beaux-Arts) at Carrousel du Louvre with Gallery 64. Hendaye, France. “Prix d' excellence du salon in 2010 and 2011”.
2010 - Art Marbella represented by Camden Art Gallery (London). Marbella, Spain.
2010 - Art Monaco represented by Camden Art Gallery (London). Principality of Monaco.
2011 - Art Monaco represented by Articblue Gallery (Ibiza). Principality of Monaco.
2011 - Florence Biennale represented England. Florence, Italy.
2012 - Chiancano Museum, Italy.
2013 - London Biennale. London, UK.
2013 - Galliardi Gallery. London, UK.
2013 - Art Monaco represented by Articblue Gallery (Ibiza). Principality of Monaco.
Portrait of HA Princess Charlene In Princess. Private Collection.
2014 - Agostiniana Gallery. Rome, Italy.
Museum of Modern Art of Palermo. Palermo, Italy.
2015 -Art Monaco represented by Articblue Gallery (Ibiza). Principality of Monaco.
2016 - Biennale of Florence. Florence, Italy.
2017 - Biennale fo London. London, UK.