art exhibitions


Solo exhibitions:

   Melkart Gallery, Paris, (2017)

   Ena Contemporary, Athens, (2017)

   IRIS ART CENTRE Athens (2014) 

   Athinaïs Cultural Center, Athens (2010)


Group exhibitions:

    Fokianou Gallery, Athens, 2020

    Platforms Project, Athens, 2019

    Mala Sarka Gallery, Prague, 2014

    Cheap Art Exarchia, Athens, 2013

    Cafe d'Arte, Pireas, 2013

    GK Art Gallery, Athens, 2012

    MICA, Baltimore, USA (2012)

    Edinburgh ECA gallery, Edinburgh  2010 

    Korydallos Municipal Culture Centre, Athens (2008)

    Fortress of Salzburg, Austria (2008) 

    Democritus Institute, Athens, Greece (2000) 

    Athens College, Athens, Greece (1995)

    School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1982)                                  


art education

ERGOPLAN Centre: Organized and implemented a creative program (painting,

dance, theatre including making a film, with immigrant adolescents. Athens (1997)
St. Catherine’s British Embassy School: Ceramics teacher (1999-2006)
Filothei Youth Centre: Designer of “Center for Creative Expression” (2000-2002),

with courses in dance, photography and film. Organizer of a Young Rock Festival.
Private teaching: Art Workshops. Private teaching to adults in Athens (2006-present)
Theoharakis Foundation: 12-week art workshops for adults  (2008-2014)
Athinaïs Cultural Centre:  12-week collage workshops for adults  (2011-2013)

Agricultural Bank of Greece: 12-week collage workshops for adults (2011-2013)

Maroussi Art Teaching: 12 week collage workshops for adults (2013)

Tatoi Club: 12 week collage workshop for adults (2014)

IRIS ART CENTRE: weekly art workshops, summer art workshops, and Artist

Residencies (2014-present)



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From Art to Empowerment: How Women Can Develop Artistic Voice


February 6, 2020

Annette Luycx


My hands-on workbook for self-discovery through artistic expression just came out! It is available on Amazon, Archway and Barnes & Noble as a print copy and as an e-book.



It describes the method I have developed over 20 years of working with women in art education. It helps women to look inward, find inspiration in personal experiences and generate their own themes, images and symbols, ultimately discovering what is meaningful to them and learning to express that visually. In the book I lead women through a step-by-step process using self-reflective thinking, visualizing, journaling, and other creative practices. It starts with explaining how to find a personal story that you can use for your art-making and it ends with advice to organize your final exhibition, in order to share your artwork with friends and family.


The book has twenty-four practical fun exercises and twelve art assignments that guide you to develop your artistic voice: that unique way of art-making that is so characteristic of who you are, your own style! This book will expand your artistic ability and self-awareness as you work in collage on an issue of personal interest.