Stefanos Rokos

Stefanos Rokos was born in Athens in 1977. He studied Painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts under T. Patraskidis. He also took a course in Printmaking under G. Milios. In 2002 he completed his post-graduate degree in Printmaking at the Wimbledon School of Art, London, where he studied under a scholarship from the Propontis Foundation. In 2005 he was awarded a two-year fellowship by the State Scholarships Foundation for a production of artistic work. He has had 19 solo and many group exhibitions in Greece and abroad. In 2019, he attempted to visually approach the L.P. “No More Shall We Part” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds with the publication of the art book and three exhibitions in Athens and Belgium. He has designed album covers for artists of Greece and abroad. He has also designed book covers and posters for concerts, films and theatre productions. His art is usually human centered. The music element is quite apparent and by playfully disguising tales, thoughts and references he creates a very personal artistic universe. 

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Στέφανος Ρόκος
Based in
Athens, Greece


artwork by Stefanos Rokos
artwork by Stefanos Rokos
artwork by Stefanos Rokos
artwork by Stefanos Rokos
artwork by Stefanos Rokos

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August 2020
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