Aliki Braine

Aliki Braine was born inParisin 1976 to French parents but spent her childhood inGreece,Algeria,HollandandGermany. Immigrating toEnglandin 1995 she studied at The Ruskin School of Fine Art,Oxford, The Slade School of Fine Art,Londonand The Courtauld Institute where she was awarded a distinction for her masters in 17thcentury painting.

Recent solo exhibitions include “Wilful Damage”, 2011 at Galerie Raum mit Licht, Vienna, “Black Out/White Out”, 2007 at Fruella Gallery, Madrid, “Dessine moi un arbre…”, 2006 at Jerwood Space, London and “Definitives” 2004, Galerie Magda Danysz, Paris. Her work has been included in the following group shows: “On the (im)possibility of a pure praise poem”, 2013, Man & Eve Gallery, London, “Behind the Non-Colours”, 2013, Galerie Voss, Düsseldorf, Germany, “Salon Art Prize”, 2012, Photography Winner, Matt Roberts Arts, London,  “Photo50, The New Alchemists”, London Art Fair 2012, “Altered Landscapes”, 2011, The Front Room London, “The Living’s Easy”, 2006, Flowers East, London.

She is a regular freelance lecturer for the National Gallery, Serpentine Gallery, Dulwich Picture Gallery and Wallace Collection. She is an Associate Lecturer for the University of the Arts London. 

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