Stamatia Dimitrakopoulos

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Stamatia Dimitrakopoulos (Athens, 1991) is an art writer and curator based in Athens, Greece.  She studied Communication, Media and Culture at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences in Athens, with a major in Cultural Studies and Art Management. She is currently curator of The Breeder gallery residency program and also works independently on a series of upcoming projects. 
In 2015 Stamatia worked as Head of Research for the Greek Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale and as Social Media Manager & Communication Coordinator at the 5th Athens Biennale. In 2013, following her graduation thesis on archiving information in the contemporary art field, Stamatia was invited by Mumok, the Museum of Modern Art Vienna in Austria to work as an archivist on a nine-month project sponsored by the European Union. In 2012, she worked at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris as Assistant Curator on the project, The Garden of Eden. Stamatia has contributed reviews, interviews and essays in websites and art publications. Since 2013, she is the contributing art editor of Kennedy magazine, a biannual publication that is distributed globally. In 2013 Stamatia published the first issue of Ceremony magazine, a printed curatorial in the form of a zine. Ceremony magazine is distributed globally in museums and bookstores and has been shown at various art book fairs (NY art book fair, LA art book fair and zine Fest among others). Since 2015, Stamatia is a member of the International Association of Art Critics. 


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