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Albani Madi

Manty Albani was born in Athens (1969). She first studied archaeology and art history at the Athens University and then painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts. She’s currently studying sculpture and multimedia. She had a solo exhibition (galerie Artio, Athens, 2003) and participated in a lot of group shows [e.g. 2nd Tashkent biennale (Uzbekistan 2005), 2nd festival of contemporary art “Aluminium. Art + new technologies” (Baku, Azerbaijan 2005), Photosynkyria 2005 (Salonika 2005), action by “Filopappos group” in Benaki cultural center (Athens, 2005), “Memory Game” (exhibition “Paradigmata”, Venice biennale of architecture 2004), “The other body: 4th human rights arts festival” (Eugenides Foundation, Athens, 2004), “UP CUT” (Athens, 2004), Et in Iraq ego (Athens, 2004), “38th Parallel-the Horizon” (Athens, 2004), “Synch Festival, electronic music& digital arts” (Lavrio, 2004), ScanIstanbul (Istanbul, 2003), “Solus locus” (Ithaka, 2003), SUBURBIA (Athens, 2002), “37-58′?/23-3′?”(Athens, 2001), “Seven Young Artists” (Volos, 2001), “CHEAP ART” (Athens-Salonika, 2001-2002)]. She has translated the book “But is it art?” by Cynthia Freeland (Plethron ed., Athens 2005). She lives and works in Athens.