Panayiotis Kalorkoti CV


1957 – Born in Ayios Amvrossios, Cyprus

1976-80 – Newcastle upon Tyne University, B.A. (Hons.) 1st Class in Fine Art

1982-85 – Royal College of Art, London, M.A. in Fine Art

1985 – Artist in Residence, Leeds Playhouse

1986-87 – Koninklijke Akademie voor Kunst en Vormgeving –Hertogenbosch
(Netherlands Government Scholarship)

1988 – Bartlett Fellow in the Visual Arts (Newcastle upon Tyne University)
Commissioned by the Imperial War Museum, London; People’s Theatre, Newcastle

1989 – Commissioned by the Borough of Darlington; Borough of Hartlepool; The Grizedale Society
(Also commissioned in 1991 and 1992)

1989-90 – Commissioned by the National Garden Festival, Gateshead

1992 – Artist in Residence, Cleveland

1994 – Artist in Residence, The Grizedale Society
Taught part-time and visiting lecturer at a number of Art Colleges

Public Collections

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
British Council
Imperial War Museum
Northern Arts
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
University of Northumbria at Newcastle
Edinburgh University
Hatton Gallery, Newcastle University
Gray Art Gallery and Museum, Hartlepool
Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead
Darlington Arts Centre
Cleveland Gallery, Middlesbrough
Gallery in the Forest, Grizedale
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Panayiotis Kalorkoti - Woman smoking

Selected  Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions

1980 – Newcastle  Polytechnic Gallery

1981 – Bede Gallery, Jarrow
Hendersons Gallery, Edinburgh

1982 – Bede Monastery Museum, Jarrow
Ceolfrith Gallery, Sunderland Arts Centre
Pentonville Gallery, London

1984 – Abbot Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Kendal

1987 – The Minories, Colchester
Steendrukkerij Amsterdam B.V.

1988-89 – Hatton Gallery, Newcastle and tour: Darlington Arts Centre; Gray Art Gallery and Museum, Hartlepool; Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham (Catalogue – text by Eva Krabbe, 68 pages with 64 illustrations, 16 in colour)

1990 – Imperial War Museum, London (Catalogue – text by Frank Whitford, 40 pages with 33 illustrations, 20 in colour)
National Garden Festival, Gateshead (Catalogue – text by Roger Wollen, 40 pages with 234 illustrations, 8 in colour)

1992 – Design Works, Gateshead (Catalogue – text by Timothy Hyman, 32 pages with 46 illustrations, 44 in colour)
Cleveland Gallery, Middlesbrough and tour: Steendrukkerij Amsterdam B.V. (Catalogue – text by Frank Van den Broeck, 72 pages with 93 illustrations, 48 in colour)
Gallery K, London and tour: Galerie Titanium, Athens (Catalogue – text by Roger Cardinal, 32 pages with 44 illustrations, 33 in colour)
Gallery in the Forest, Grizedale (Catalogue – text by Edward Lucie-Smith, 60 pages with 43 illustrations, 36 in colour)

1997 – Design Works, Gateshead (Catalogue – text by Mel Gooding, 60 pages with 55 illustrations, 53 in colour)
Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead and tour: Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry
(Catalogue – text by Robin Gibson, 40 pages with 70 illustrations, 53 in colour)

2000 – AdHoc Gallery, Buddle Arts Centre, North Tyneside (Catalogue – text by NorbertLynton, 40 pages with 44 illustrations, 43 in colour)

2001 – Gallery K, London and tour: Gallery K, Nicosia (Catalogue – text by Andrew Lambirth, 40 pages with 57 illustrations, 51 in colour)

Group Exhibitions

1980 – The Stone Gallery, Newcastle

1981 – Small Works Newcastle Polytechnic Gallery

1982 – Printmaking Waterloo Gallery, London (Catalogue)

1983 – Stowells Trophy Royal Academy of Arts, London
Northern Young Contemporaries (awarded Granada Prize) Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

1984 – Bath Festival Painting Competition
New Contemporaries ICA, London (Catalogue)

1985 – Printmakers at the Royal College of Art Concourse Gallery, Barbican Centre, London (Catalogue – text by William Feaver)
Fresh Air St. Paul’s Gallery, Leeds
Whitworth Young Contemporaries Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Tradition and Innovation in Printmaking Today Milton Keynes Exhibition Gallery and tour: Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Andrew Grant Gallery, Edinburgh; Concourse Gallery, Barbican Centre, London; Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth (Catalogue)
Between Identity and Politics, A New Art Gimpel Fils, London and tour: Darlington Arts Centre; Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer, New York (Catalogue)
Fresh Art Concourse Gallery, Barbican Centre, London (Catalogue)
Whitechapel Open Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1987 – Athena Art Awards, Concourse Gallery, Barbican Centre, London
Which Side of the Fence Imperial War Museum, London

1989 – The Artistic Records Committee: A Retrospective 1972-1989 Imperial War Museum, London

1991 – Homage to Goya and Soldier Museum of Modern Art, Oxford

1993 – The Portrait Now National Portrait Gallery, London (Catalogue – text by Robin Gibson)
Gallery K, London (Catalogue – text by Mary Rose Beaumont)
Heads and Tales II Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry

2001 – A New Light Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery