Alexandros Androulakis was born two months after May ’68.
He grew up in Greece, breathing dust and incense, soakedin mud and saltiness under the burning sun.
He studied Physics and Philosophy but not in depth. Since then, he segregated Art and Science. He had free internship next to painters, photographers and sculptors. At the beginning of the 21st century he studied Byzantine Iconography (religious painting), which transformed his initial artistic style and attitude. He has been strongly influenced not only by the folklore tradition but also by contemporary painters and iconographers.
For the past few years, he has been trying to excel at integrating creatively all the above elements in an inner quest of personal signature.
His themes are mainly humane and, more often than not, have a dreamlike supernatural oddity.
His work has been displayed in lots of solo and collective art exhibitions.
He lives, conceptualizes and evolves in Rethymnon, Crete.