Lot - 3 - Eleni Papazoglou - Originals (Trace)
Lot - 3 - Eleni Papazoglou - Originals (Trace)

Lot - 3 - Eleni Papazoglou - Originals (Trace)

Graphite rubbing on poster paper


A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Hector Campbell



Eleni Papazoglou (b.1993, Athens) lives and works in London, UK. She studied visual communication at Camberwell College of Art (2015) and moving image at the Royal College of Art (2018). She uses instruction-led processes to observe systematized collective experiences in the contexts of sport, work and play. With a multidisciplinary practice, Eleni’s output ranges from moving image and performance, to artist books and collage. Recent group exhibitions include Squeezebox at Collective Ending, (London, 2021) and Working Progress at the South London Gallery (London, 2020), while she was part of the Unrealisable residency programme at Arebyte Studios (London, 2020). She has been awarded the SET Studio Award (London, 2020-21); selected for the group residency Peer Forum 2020 hosted by Camden Arts Center (London, 2020-21); and is the artist-in-residence for this year’s Supersmashers (South London Gallery, 2020-2021), a weekly art session for young people in foster care. She has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by ARTWORKS (2021). Eleni lectures on Illustration and Visual Media at the London College of Communication, London University of the Arts. 




MA Royal College of Art, London, UK 


BA Graphic Design, Camberwell College of Art, UAL, London, UK 


Solo Shows 


Rear View, BIBLIOTEKA, London, UK 

Hole, Hold, Whole, reclame, Amsterdam, Netherlands 


Group Shows 


Hall of Mirrors, PLOP Residency, London, UK 


Prizing Eccentric Talents, P.E.T. Projects, NEON Foundation, Athens, Greece 

I LOVE YOU FOREVER, Athens, Greece 


The Factory Project, Tate & Lyle Factory, London, UK 




Artworks Fellowship, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Athens, Greece 

SET Studio Prize Award, London, UK 

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