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Dimitra Charamandas


Dimitra Charamandas (*1988 Solothurn, Switzerland, lives and works in Solothurn and Greece) completed an MA in Fine Arts at the Institute Art Gender Natur, Basel in 2022. She previously studied at the Lucerne School of Art and Design (BA of Arts, 2013). 
Her most recent solo exhibitions include Tides, Kunstmuseum Solothurn (2023), Little inlets, Helvetia Art Foyer, Basel (2023), Body of Water, Body of Stone, Gypsum Gallery, Cairo (2022), Do not take me for granite, Ann Mazzotti Gallery, Basel (2022), Bassa Marea, Museo Castello San Materno, Ascona (2022). Her work was included in several group shows at Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttens, Switzerland; Graphisches Kabinett Kunstmuseum Solothurn, Switzerland, Kunstmuseum Olten, Switzerland; Christoph Merian Stiftung, Münchenstein, Switzerland; Kunsthalle Luzern, Switzerland; Kunsthaus Grenchen, Switzerland; Project Space Sfera, Athens, Greece; Kasko Basel, Switzerland; and Forum Stadtpark Graz, Austria. 
She has organised food gatherings in Frankfurt, Athens, Lucerne and Basel and is co-founder and part of the collectives Espacio Pacha with Irene Trujillo and Quince Collective with Johanna Schaible. Her works can be found in institutional and private collections. A solo exhibition at Livie Gallery is planned for September 2024.

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Image: 
Dimitra Charamandas
Caldera, scar tissue, 2022
oil and acrylic on canvas
183 x 428 cm

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Dimitra Charamandas, Inland body of water (edge), 2023
Dimitra Charamandas, Inland body of water (edge), 2023

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