SHORT BIO Olga Migliaressi-Phoca was awarded her MFA in Photography & Related Media at Parsons, The New School for Design in New York in 2009. Prior to that she completed her Foundation Studies in Art & Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and obtained her BFA in Fashion Photography at the London College of Fashion. She has exhibited her work in solo as well as group shows in art spaces and museums in Greece and abroad. Selected solo exhibitions include: Perpetual Endangered Tempo, P.E.T. Projects, Athens | GOODFEAR, in collaboration with Despoina Damaskou, SPAGHETTO SOLARIUM, hosted by The Breeder, Athens | TEST THE WATERS, In collaboration with Despoina Damaskou, Spaghetto Test, SPAGHETTO SOLARIUM, Venice, Italy | Sin City, Dio Horia Contemporary Art Platform, Mykonos | Loves Me Loves Me Not, You Cannot Hide For More Than Seven Years Project by Despoina Damaskou Architecture Studio, Athens | Coco Nuts, Dio Horia Contemporary Art Platform, Mykonos. Selected group shows include: Sisterhood, curated by Angelo Plessas, Korai Project Space, Nicosia | Sisterhood, curated by Angelo Plessas, Haus N Athen, Athens | Who’s The Fairest Of Them All?, curated by Despoina Damaskou and Angelo Plessas, SPAGHETTO, Athens with P.E.T. Projects, Athens for Contemporary Istanbul | A Nice Pair, Spaghetto Test, Twenty One YES Hotels, Athens | Condo Unit, SPAGHETTO, Athens, A Collaborative Exhibition by 10 international galleries, organized by The Breeder, Athens | Highlight: Gramercy, curated by Paul Efstathiou and Eleanor Flatow, National Arts Club, New York | Galerie Utopia / Nowhereland Part II, curated by Tjorg Douglas Beer, Hamburg, Germany | Dancing Goddesses, curated by Marina Vranopoulos, Dio Horia, Mykonos | Cultural Memories, curated by Petros Kosmas, The Archaeological Museum of Milos, Greece | It Looks Like Up To Me, Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens | The Diary of a Seamstress, curated by Efi Falida, Antonopoulou Gallery, Athens | The Equilibrists, curated by Gary Carrion-Murayari & Helga Christoffersen with Massimiliano Gioni, a project organized by the New Museum, New York and the DESTE Foundation, Athens in collaboration with the Benaki Museum, Athens. In 2019-2020 she was an artist-in-residence at the Fountainhead Residency Program in Miami, Florida. Migliaressi-Phoca currently lives and works in Athens, Greece.
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