Alexandros Yiorkadjis was born in Nicosia, Cyprus in 1981. He studied art at the Accademia di Belle Arti Pietro Vannicci in Perugia, Italy, at the École Supérieur des Beaux-Arts de Marseille, France under the Erasmus project, and at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, Italy, from where he graduated with distinction.
He was awarded the first prize in sculpture (Premio Nazionale delle Arti) in 2008 at the Italian Arts Competition.
His work is in the collections of the Italian Ministry of Culture, the Nicos Pattichis Collection, the CYTA Collection, the Central Bank of Cyprus Art Collection, the American Medical Center, and in numerous private collections in Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Romania.
2014 Harmony and Contrast, Museo Cassero della Scultura, Montevarchi, Italy
2013 Human…Being, Alpha C.K. Art Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2012 The Body, International Film Festival “Human Rights Nights XII Edition”, Cinema Lumiere, Bologna, Italy
2008 Alexandros Yiorkadjis, Artsinergy Gallery, Bologna, Italy
2016 Minima Lab, Mimima Gallery, Mykonos,Greece
Art Athina International Contemporary Art Fair, presented by Alpha C.K. Art Gallery, Athens, Greece,
2015 Salone del Mobile di Milano, Fiera Internazionale di Design, presented by Barbara Frigerio Contemporary Art, Milan, Italy
2014 No Words, Larnaca Municipal Gallery, Larnaca, Cyprus
2013 SetUp Contemporary Art, Arteesspressione Gallery, Bologna, Italy
2013 Tra l’Essere e Essere, SetUp Contemporary Artfair, presented by Arteespressione Gallery, Bologna, Italy,
2012 Cui Bono Kuldfabrick, White Box Gallery, Munich, Germany
Utopia, The Evagoras Lanitis Center, Limassol, Cyprus
2011 The State of Art, Padiglione Accademie–54, Arsenale-Tese di San Cristoforo, Bienanale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
Corpi Esposti, Barbara Frigerio Gallery, Milan, Italy
2009 Stile Libero Italiano, Studio d’arte Cannaviello, Milan, Italia
Umano, International Film Festival “Human Rights Nights IX Edition”, Bologna, Italy
2008 Immagina Arte, 10th Reggio Emilia Art Fair, Accademia di Belle Arti, Bologna, Italy
Tina B, The Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Prague, Czech Republic