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Panayiotis Beldekos, 1962 | Abstract Figurative painter

Panayiotis Beldekos / Παναγιώτης Μπελντέκος was born in Athens. He studied Painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1987‑1992) under Demosthenis Kokkinidis, Tassos Christakis and Michalis Manousakis.
In 1995 he was awarded a two‑year scholarship from the Greek State Scholarship Foundation, and continued his studies in painting with Panayiotis Tetsis.
Since 1992 he has been active in art education.
From 1995-1998 he taught painting at the Athens College educational programs.



Individual Exhibitions
  • 1998 - Athens Art Gallery, Athens
  • 2003 - Landscapes I. 1999‑2002, Gallery 24, Athens;
  • 2003 - Landscapes II. 2002‑2003, Gallery 24, Athens;
  • 2009 - Skoufa Gallery, Athens.







Selected Group Exhibitions:
  • 1992 - Graduates '92 of the ASFA, National Gallery of Greece, Athens;
  • 1992 - Andalucia '92 Granada, Spain;
  • 2004 - City of the Games, paths through contemporary Greek painting, Technopolis, Athens;
  • 2004 - Olympic Spirit and Contemporary Art, organized by Adam Gallery, traveling exhibition;
  • 2004 - Emmanuel Roides, One Hundred Years Since His Death, Art Space 24;
  • 2004 - Near Likeness – Approaches to a portrait of Antonis Benakis, Benaki Museum, Athens;
  • 2005 - A Table, Skoufa Gallery, Athens;
  • 2006 - Once upon a time there was Penelope Delta..., Athens College, Athens;
  • 2007 - Birthplace, organized by Alpha Trust, Benaki Museum, Athens;
  • 2007 - Aspects of the figure, Semantics of the landscape: Greek painters from the collections of Anthony and Asia Hadjioannou, Municipal Art Gallery of Chania;
  • 2007 - An homage to Dionysios Solomos, Moschandreou Art Gallery, Mesolonghi;
  • 2007 - Ex‑Convento San Cosma e Damiano, Venice;
  • 2007 - Art Centre of the Cultural Organisation of the Municipality of Athens;
  • 2008 - The Painters' Aegina, Historical and Folklore Museum of the Municipality of Aegina;
  • 2008 - Experiencing Greece. Travels through an enchanted landscape, Hellenic House, Beijing, organized by the Ministry of Tourism and the Greek National Tourism Organisation.