Chryssa Verghi

Chryssa Verghi was born in Athens in 1959. She studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Athens under Dimitris Mytaras and Nikos Kessanlis. She continued her studies at the Fine Arts School of California in Long Beach, USA, and at the Ecole National Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Pierre Carron.

Her works can be found in the collections of the Greek Parliament, the Greek National Gallery, the Greek Prime Minister’s office, the Benaki Museum, the Florinba Museum of Modern Art, the Kouvoutsakis Pinacotheque, the Moschandrou Pinacotheque, the Fryssiras Museum, the Agricultural Bank of Greece, the Aget Heraklis Group of Companies, Interamerican, and other private collections in Greece and abroad.

Solo Exhibitions

2011 Athens Art Athina Fair, Skoufa Gallery, Athens
2010 Atrion Gallery, Thessaloniki
2006 C.K. Art Gallery, Nicosia
2005 Skoufa Gallery, Athens
2003 Metamorphosis Gallery, Thessaloniki
2000 Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens
1998 Cultural Center of Athens “Melina Mercouri”, Athens
1997 Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens
1994 Miranda Gallery, Hydra
1994 Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens

Group Exhibitions (selection from the past five years)
2014
“Painting II (1980-2000)”, Frissiras Museum, Athens
”From the Heart”, Theorema Gallery, Brussels
“Exhibition for the Greek Presidency of the Council of the EU”, Zappeion Megaron, Athens

2013
“The Deceit of the Flesh”, Frissiras Museum, Athens
“The Fairy Tales”, Evgenidion Foundation, Athens
“Summer Exhibition 2013’’, Belgravia Gallery, London
“PROSFORA-Greek Contemporary Artists”, National Archaeological Museum, Athens
“Introducing Messolonghi through Art”, Municipal Gallery, Athens

2012
“Face to Face”, Frissiras Museum, Athens

2011
“Natura 2011”, Evgenidio Foundation, Athens
“Places of the Sea”, Ermoupoleia, Syros
“Museum Festival”, Theocharakis Foundation, Athens

2010
“Tracing Constantinople”, Instanbul
“Human Measures”, Melina Mercouri Foundation, Athens

2009
“Contemporary Landscapes:, Belgravia Gallery, London
“Four Views”, Hydra Museum, Hydra
“New Acquisitions”, National Gallery, Sifnos