About the artist
A Little Intro
Rania Schoretsaniti (b. 1971, Greece) studied Painting at the School of Fine and Applied Arts, University of West Macedonia, Greece (2009-2014). 2014 she spent one semester as an Erasmus exchange student in an NHL Hogeschool (The Netherlands). She continued her studies in Engraving at the Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece (2014). In 2017, she received her MFA in Fine Arts from Slade School of Fine Arts, University College London, UCL (with distinction). In 2020, studied Special education and training and in 2021, Art Therapy with an Emphasis on the Visual Arts at the University of the Aegean, Greece. From 2021 she is a PhD candidate at the Department of Visual and Applied Arts, University of Western Macedonia, Greece.
He has participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions such as: the individual exhibition “The validity preciousness”, Museu Da Vila Velha, 8th International Printmaking Biennial of Douro, Portugal, 2016; “Tribuna Graphic” 2017, Art Museum Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2017; “3rd Global Print” 2017; Douro, Portugal, “Incisioni al femminile”, Rassegna Biennale Internazionale – Edizione 2017, Napoli, Italy; 9th International Printmaking Biennial of Douro, Portugal, 2018; “Materia”, Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery, London, 2019; “COVIMETRY” Ely Centre of Contemporary Art, New Haven, Connecticut, USA, 2022; “ Color & Poetry”, Slade Research Center, UCL, London, United Kingdom, 2023; “Field: the energy of the void”, Byzantine Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2021; solo exhibition “Fragments’ Metamorphosis”, Twin Ottoman Baths of Trikala, Greece, 2021; solo exhibition, “Parallel Transmutations”, Mamush Gallery, Kifissia, Greece, 2022.
Significantly, she was awarded the prestigious Desiree Painting Prize (Excellence In Painting 2017, Slade, School Of Fine Art, UCL, London). He taught (2018-2020) as an adjunct lecturer at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts of the University of Western Macedonia, Greece. He has been developing Ambulatory Procedures since 2011 within the Visual March to Prespes framework and the WAC International Meetings / Conferences. Her works can be found in Greek and international collections as well as museums.