Stefanos Daskalakis was born in Piraeus in 1952. From 1970 to 1974 he studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts in the studio of Giorgos Mavroïdes. He continued his studies in Lyon then in Paris (1978-1981). As an auditor, he later attended the studio of Leonardo Cremonini at the École Nationale Supérieure des BeauxArts, Paris. He lives and works in Athens. His work appears in the permanent collection of the National Gallery in Athens, the National Bank of Greece and the Bank of Greece, the Collection of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation, the Frissiras Museum in Athens, the Kouvoutsakis Art Institute in Kifissia, the Sotiris Felios Collection, the Anthony and Asia Hadjioannou Collection, the Thanassis Michailidis Collection as well as in numerous private collections in Belgium, France and Greece. In 2014 he was awarded by the Academy of Athens for his lifetime achievement in painting.
|1982||Syllogi Gallery, Athens (text by Yannis Tsarouchis)|
|1985||Argo Gallery, Athens|
|1987||Municipal Gallery of Larissa, Greece|
|1992||Athens Gallery, Athens (texts by Marina Lambraki-Plaka and Gérard Xuriguera)|
|1995||Flak Gallery, Paris (text by Frédéric Ferney)|
|2006-07||Athens Gallery, Athens (text by Marina Lambraki-Plaka)|
|2013/14||People, Benaki Museum (texts by Elizabeth Plessa, Lakis Papastathis, Panayiotis Tetsis, Alekos Fassianos, Marina Lambraki-Plaka)|
He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Greece, Istanbul, Rome, Paris, Brussels, London and New York.
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