Panayiotis Lambrinidis was born on 15 May 1966 in Mani, Greece. He studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts - ASFA in Athens (1985-1990) with George Lappas and Thymios Panourgias. In collaboration with Vrassidas Vlachopoulos he created in 1987, the 'Workshop of Sculpture and Composition', where he taught. In the period 1993-1999 he taught as a specialist together with Professor Thymios Panourgias in the 3rd sculpture workshop of ASFA Athens. From 2005 he has assumed the position of director of the Visual Art Workshop of Kalamata and artistic director of the Municipal Gallery A. Tassos in Kalamata of Messinia.
Panayiotis Lambrinidis presented the following personal exhibitions: Works by Panayiotis Lambrinidis at the 6th World Congress of Neurology, Volos (1991) and The beings that devour our personal violence, Nees Morfes Gallery, Athens (1996). He also took part in the following group exhibitions: Sculpture Graduates of ASFA, European Cultural Centre of Delphi - National Gallery, Athens (1990); Sculpture Grecque Contemporaine, Maison de l' Architecture, Paris, France (1991); Sculptors Association, Athens (1993); Riparte, Rome (1995); Nees Morfes Gallery in Art Athina #4, Helexpo, Athens (1997); Para Thin' Allos (On the Beach), Faliro (2001); Image Art, Melina Mercouri Cultural Center, Athens (2003); In - Situations: Artworks in Time and Space by Contemporary Greek Artists , Municipal Gallery of Kalamata, Messinia (2007); The Big Sleep, Municipal Gallery A. Tassos, Kalamata, Messinia (2008); Silent Dialogues: Multimedia Portraits Throughout Time, The American College of Greece - ACG Art, Athens (2008); and The Open Mind of Lafcadio Hearn, ACG Art Gallery, The American College of Greece, Athens (2009).
Panayiotis Lambrinidis currently lives and works in Kalamata.
[Megakles Rogakos 05/2011]
MOUTSOPOULOS, THANASSIS Panayiotis Lambrinidis: The New Condition of Man 2011 Thanassis Frissiras Gallery, Athens