ALEX SIMOPOULOS, Street Oasis (Mini Market Art), 2019, inkjet print on archival paper, 50x70 cm, edition of 5


Build Your Art Collection and Support a Great Cause at the Same Time.

Fulbright POLYMORPHIA aims to highlight the diversity (polymorphia) of expression that characterizes the contemporary visual art scene and the arts in general, an element that is firmly supported by the Fulbright Artist Scholarship Program.

The program Art Supports Education – Fulbright Alumni Art Series is an ongoing initiative which demonstrates that art supports education, just as education supports art. Fulbright alumni artists reciprocate the opportunity they were given by donating original works and limited editions to support the scholarship program. All proceeds benefit the Fulbright Scholarship Program.

Last year, Fulbright invited alumna art historian/curator Evgenia Alexaki to assist in the organization of the exhibition Fulbright POLYMORPHIA (NovemberDecember 2019) and parallel events at I-D PROJECTART creative space in Kolonaki, Athens showcasing artworks by nearly 40 artist alumni.

Participating artists: Erieta Attali, Dora Economou, Efi Chalikopoulou, Leonidas Chalepas, Titina Chalmatzi, Sofia Dona, Fotis Flevotomos, Elias Kafouros, Pygmalion Karatzas, Diane Katsiaficas, Zoe Keramea, Apostolos Kilessopoulos, Sia Kyriakakos, Pelagia Kyriazi, Maria Letsiou, Ioannis Michalou(di)s, Eleni Mylonas, Dimitris Papaioannou + Marilena Stafylidou, Lambros Papanikolatos, Vangelis Pliarides, Loukia Richards, Fotis Sagonas, Alex Simopoulos, Giorgos Taxidis, Antonis Theodoridis, Angeliki Tsoli, Giorgos Tzinoudis, Costas Varotsos, Nikolas Ventourakis, Adonis Volanakis, Kristina Williamson, Zafos Xagoraris, Yiorgis Yerolymbos, Sotos Zachariadis, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos.

Fulbright Greece thanks Constantinos Megapanos for his kind assistance to the curator and organization of Polymorphia exhibition events.

To watch a short video on the exhibition and highlights of parallel events, like the panel discussion Arts, education, society–a polymorphic challenge and two art performances, go to

Following Fulbright’s successful collaboration with i-D PROJECTART in NovemberDecember 2019 on the organization of the Fulbright POLYMORPHIA exhibition, the Fulbright Foundation invites you to support the Fulbright Scholarship Program by purchasing a work of art. You can view all works online, while a number of works are still on display and can be viewed and purchased on site at i-D CONCEPT STORE, 12 Kanari Street. Build your art collection and support a great cause at the same time!

Photo Credit: Pygmalion Karatzas, Lower Manhattan New York, 2016 (Fulbright Art Supports Education collection)