James Fox, art historian and Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
|Medium||pencil, ink, watercolour, pastel, thread and beading wire on paper|
|Dimensions||21 x 29.7 cm|
|Bidding Open||Wed 12 April, 2017 at 10:00am|
|Bidding Ended||Tue 26 March, 2019 at 9:30pm|
Born 1986 Cyprus, Anna Lytridou lives and works in London. Graduated from Fine arts at Athens School of Fine Arts (2009) and MA Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins London (2011).
Lytridou's work is based on her experience of being immersed in, exploring, and travelling in the physical environment. Combining shapes and elements from landscapes and architecture, Lytridou creates new narratives.
Selected group exhibitions include The Invitational I, Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London (2020); EXH 02, Floorr Magazine, online (2020); Radical Residency IV, Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London (2019); Amalgamation, Cello Factory, London (2019); Well Art Contemporary, Wells Cathedral (2019); Material, Pada Gallery, Lisbon (2018); Space 5th Edition Showcase, Space Gallery, London (2018); The concept Space, London (2018); Recreational Grounds, Wendover House Ground Floor, Car Park, London (2018); Weaving, Attikon, Paphos (2017); Small is Beautiful More or Less, ASC Unit 3 Gallery, London (2017); Winter Pop-up, Footfall Art, London (2017); Pipe Dream, The Garage Studios, Worcester (2016); 1st Installation Festival, Limassol (2016); As Wide as the Space Between Walls, Tannery Project Space, London (2016); Mid-summer Nights, Listhus Gallery, Ólafsfjörður (2015); and Sunless, Bermondsey Project Space, London (2014).
Awards include representing Cyprus in International Art exhibitions in South Korea and Egypt. Residencies include Listhus, Iceland (2015); Joya_air, Spain (2017); and Unit 1 Workshop, London (2019).