Eleni Mouzakiti

Eleni Mouzakiti was born in 1966 in Athens. She studied German Language and Literature at the University of Athens and the University of Berlin. She furthered her studies in the same subject under a DAAD Scholarship at the University of Heidelberg . She attended workshops of creative photography at the Photographic Circle in Athens. Under an IKY Scholarship she successfully completed her MA in Image and Communication / Photography at Goldsmiths College , University of London . Subsequently she pursued a PhD at the School of Art and Design, University of Derby. Mouzakiti has received the following personal exhibitions: Familiar, Unfamiliar Faces, Kunio Gallery, Thessaloniki (1994); Familiar, Unfamiliar Faces, Photohoros Gallery, Athens (1994); Familiar, Unfamiliar Faces, Rhodiaki Epavli, Rhodes, Greece (1995); Backstage Photographs, Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (1997); Visitors, Photohoros Gallery, Athens (1998); Weekend, 6th International Month of Photography, Photohoros Gallery, Athens (1999); In Limbo, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Center, Athens (2001). She also received part in the following group exhibitions: Photography Circle, Mylos Arts Center, Thessaloniki (1993, 1994); Photography Circle, Municipality of Athens Arts Center (1994); New Greek Photography, Splimbergo Fotografia, Venice (1997); Four Women Photographers, Arts Festival of Eleusis, Old Oil Factory, Athens (1997); Photography Circle, House of Cyprus, Athens (1998); Ten Greek Photographers , Fototeca de Cuba, Havana, Cuba (1998); Browser Project, Tate Gallery of Modern Art, London (1999); Body & Urbanism, Arts Center, Tirana, Albania (1999); LPA 3, Streetlevel Gallery, Glasgow (2000); LPA 3, Barbara Green Fine Art Gallery, New York (2000); LPA 3, Melkweg Gallery, Amsterdam (2000); LPA 3, Alchemy Gallery, London (2000); London Photographic Awards 3, Photofusion Gallery, London (2000); Ian Parry Award, Sunday Times, Tom Blau Gallery, London (2000); Man through the Eyes of a Woman, 7 th International Festival of Women’s Photography, Rumyantsev Mansion, National Center of Contemporary Art, Saint Petersburg, Russia (2000); and London Photographic Awards 4, Artomatic Gallery, London.

Eleni Mouzakiti currently lives and works in Athens.