Born in 1978. Graduated from the School of Fine Arts, the MFA of ASFA, the School of Visual Arts, NY, recipient of the Fulbright, Al.Onassis scholarships, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. PhD dissertation in the School of Architecture UTH. He has presented 10 solo shows and more than 90 international group shows, residencies, and projects including the Morton Arboretum USA, the Museum of Civil Aviation in Athens, Miltech Hellas, Gothe Intitute, Museum of Photography in Thessaloniki, the 16th Biennale, Italy, the Photo Biennale of Thessaloniki, Flux Factory in NYC and the USF residency program in Bergen, Norway. He is Assistant professor in NTUA. Represented by Nitra gallery.
Landscapes by Theodoros Zafeiropoulos are heavily loaded with a sense of entitlement and fragility. The materiality is as important as the conceptual aspect of the images, since every aesthetic decision alludes to the reflective trajectory. Apart from the image itself, one may see the depicted place by following the accompanying Google Maps co-ordinates.The scenery and the ephemeral elements it includes are painted and recreated, while the man-made constructions (at least on a first level) appear as realistically as possible with the use of photography. -- extracts from the exhibition's text curated by Alexandra Athanasiadou.