Size: 1.50 m
Amaryllis Siniossoglou was born in Athens, Greece. She received her Diplome Superieur d'Arts Plastiques (sculpture) from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris and her Master of Fine Arts (sculpture and printmaking) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Siniossoglou creates sculpture (in bronze and concrete), prints and artist's books. She has participated in numerous exhibitions in Greece, France, Poland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Japan and the United States.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Herter Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1999; Ekfrassi Galery, Athens, Greece, 1996; and BOSCH Galerie, Athens, 1993.
Her selected group exhibitions include: VI International Art Triennale '00, Majdanek, Poland, 2000; International Print Biennale Varna '99, Varna, Bulgaria, 1999; 19th Mini Print International of Cadaques, Cadaques, Girona, Spain, 1999; 10th International Exhibition Small Graphic Forms, Lodz, Poland, 1999; Beauty and Simplicity, Ludwighburg, Stuttgart, Germany, 1999; International Small Forms Art Exhibition, Palazzo Correr, Venice, Italy, 1999; Veme Biennale Mondiale de la Reliure díArt, Venice, 1999; VI Forum International de la Reliure díArt, Venice, 1999; 2nd International Biennal '98, Raciborz, Poland, 1998; 13th Mini Print International Exhibition, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY,1998; 18th Mini Print International, Cadaques, Spain, 1998; Sixth Annual International Juried Art Show, Seattle, Washington, 1998; Biennale Internationale díArt, Ville-Marie, Quebec, Canada, 1998; International Female Artist's Art Exhibition, Art Addiction Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, 1998; Osaka Triennale 1997 - Print, Osaka, Japan, 1997; IV Biennale Europeenne De La Reliure D'Art, St. Jean de Luz, 1997; 19th International Independent Exhibition of Prints, Kanagawa, Japan, 1997; V International Art Triennale '97, Majdanek, Poland, 1997; Fourth Annual National and International Juried Art Show, Seattle, Washington, 1996; 18th International Independent Exhibition of Prints, Kanagawa, Japan, 1995; and Art is Justice (participated at the happening and film), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1992.