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Marilia Fotopoulou was born in Athens Greece where she still lives and works.

Work Experience
2011 until today, Department of Photography, Athens School of Fine Arts, assistant for the Photography laboratory
Education
2006 – 2011, Department of Painting, Athens School of Fine Arts, Athens, Greece,
1999 – 2005, Department of Antiquities and Works of Art , Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Athens, Greece,
1998 – 1999, Department of Photography and Audiovisual Arts, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Athens, Greece.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019, “Young Greek Photographers | 2010-2018”, MOMus – Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, Greece
2017, “Schwarts Festival”, Kassel, Germany
2017, “Home”  Photometria Festival Awards 2016, Photoromania Festival 8th edition, Romania
2017, “Home”  Photometria Festival Awards 2016, Photon Festival, Spain
2017, “Home”  Photometria Festival Awards 2016, Budapest Photo Festival 2017, Budapest Projekt Galeria, Hungary
2016, “Home”  Photometria Festival Awards 2016, Melanthiros Gallery, Greece
2016, “Home”  Photometria Festival Awards 2016, Art Gallery house Bar, Thessaloniki, Greece
2016, “IndepART”, Image Gallery, Athens, Greece
2015, Performance at the theatrical play “Atrides: A Notebook for Crisis”, Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Athens, Greece.
2015, “Young Greek Photographers 2015″ Athens Photo Festival 2015, The Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece.
2014, “Upcoming”, Museum of Greek Modern Art, Rhodes, Greece.
2013, “Art in Time of Crisis”, Epsilon Art Gallery, Loutraki, Greece.
2012, ” imagINation”, Action Field Kodra, Thessaloniki, Greece
2012, “Athens School of Fine Arts, 175 years of Artistic Education”, Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos, Spata, Greece.
2011, “Platforms”, TAF The Art Foundation, Athens, Greece
2011, “Art en Capitale”, Société des Artistes Indépendants, Grand Palais, Paris, France.
2011, “Photography as a Means of Creating or Subverting Stereotypes”, 3rd Biennial of Modern Art, Thessaloniki, Greece.
2011, Athens Photo Festival 2011, Technopolis, Athens, Greece.
2009, Athens Photo Festival 2009, Athens School of fine Arts, Athens, Greece.