Juliano Kaglis was born in Athens in 1974. He studied painting and engraving with professors Patraskidis, Gavathas and Milios, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Athens. During his studies, he received a Fine Arts Scholarship by the Greek State Scholarship Foundation to produce artistic work.
In 2005, he was a candidate for the Frissiras Museum’s “Contemporary European Painting Award”.
In 2013, he was honored with the by the Academy of Athens for his distinguished work by a visual artist under 40 years old.
|2015||Ekfrasi-Gianna Grammatopoulou, Athens, Greece|
|2012||C.K. Art Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus|
|2011||Ekfrasi-Gianna Grammatopoulou, Athens, Greece|
|2010||Espilon Art Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece|
|2009||C.K. Art Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus|
|2008||Ekfrasi-Gianna Grammatopoulou, Athens, Greece|
|2006||C.K. Art Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus|
|2004||Ekfrasi-Gianna Grammatopoulou, Athens, Greece|
Group Exhibitions (selection)
Zoumboulakis Galleries, “Ηis Subterranean Island: 18 artist on Dionisis Savvopoulos”, Athens
Goulandris Natural History Muesum, “Hippocratic Medicine”, Athens Ekfrasi-Gianna Grammatopoulou , Art Athina 2013, Faliro Pavillion.
Vafopouleio Cultural Center, “Contemporary Greek Painting-The New Generation Generation”, Thessaloniki
Melina Mercouri Cultural Centre, “Young Artists from the Readings of the Newspaper Avgi”, Athens
Thessaloniki Cultural Center, “Deconstructing the Canvas, Inventing the Image: Works from the Antonis and Azia Chatziioannou Collection (curator Iris Kritikou)
a.antonopoulou art, “The Golden Age”, Athens Municipal Gallery of Chania, “Aspects of the Figure, Semantics of the Landscpape” (curator Iris Kritikou).
Agathi Gallery, “Images of the Forbidden”, Athens
Benaki Museum, “Birthplace”, (curator Iris Kritikou).
Melina Merkouri Exhibition Hall, “2nd Biennale of New Artists”, Hydra
Athens College of Greece, “Once Upon a Time There was Penelope Delta”, Athens (curator Iris Kritikou).
Modern Art Gallery of Christos and Sofia Moschandreou, "Landscapes of Mesologgi”, Mesologgi.
Ekfrasi-Gianna Grammatopoulou, Art Athina ’05, Helexpo
Frissiras Museum, “2nd Contemporary European Painting Award”, Athens