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Isidora Rentzika (b. 1990) focuses on existential issues and universal emotions such as fear, anger, insecurity and the constant anxiety of deconstructing and redefining identity. Her influences from the Existentialists, Game Theory but, also, from the observation of modern everyday life, lead her to the composition of ambiguous images and short stories, moving around the concepts of irony, cynicism and the absurd, with a sense of mockery.  In these stories, the need for escape and the possibility of a plot twist are always present. She seeks to capture that moment when the figures experience dilemma, risk, guilt and, perhaps, the transition to a new state. She lives and works in Thessaloniki, Greece.


2017  BA / MA Painting, School of Visual and Applied Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of
Thessaloniki, Greece


2021  Nash Equilibrium, To Pikap, Thessaloniki, Greece


2022  Mataroa Awards exhibition, Art Thessaloniki Contemporary Art Fair, TIF-HELEXPO, Thessaloniki, Greece

2021  Digital.Not_Reboot, ArtCore, Thessaloniki, Greece

New Perspectives (Cosmopolis festival), Great Clubhouse, Kavala, Greece

Athens Open Art, Art Number 23, Athens, Greece

Digital.Not (A), Oratos, Thessaloniki, Greece

2020  To Pikap Community – Art in Thessaloniki 2018-2019, Municipal Art Gallery of Thessaloniki (Casa  Bianca),Thessaloniki, Greece

2019  Digging Up 6+3, Refugees Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece

2018  Inspire Project 2018 Christopher Makos: Face the Strange, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece

Biennale Larnaca, “Container and Content”, Municipal Gallery, Larnaca, Cyprus

Emerging Artists, Open Art Lab (TIF-HELEXPO), Thessaloniki, Greece

2017  4th Painting Studio of AUTh Group Show, Society for Macedonian Studies, Thessaloniki, Greece

2016  4th Painting Studio of AUTh Group Show, Paleontology & History Museum, Ptolemaida, Greece


2018  Inspire Project 2018 Christopher Makos: Face the Strange, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art , Thessaloniki, Greece


2022 Mataroa Awards (Shortlisted), Thessaloniki, Greece


Cultural Society - Mataroa Awards

To Pikap Community – Art In Thessaloniki

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