Vangelis Ilias (b. 1969) is one of those sculptors who insist on making Art traditionally, but without rejecting contemporary trends.
His merchandised sculpture often concerns busts, which he embodies realistically by representing the peculiarity and idiosyncrasy of each character.
On the contrary, his creative art involves creations that represent the plasticity of the figures and the subject is mainly anthropocentric.
For his artworks, he uses environmentally friendly materials.
He has numerous exhibitions and honorable mentions in artistic competitions.
In 1993 he graduated from the Athens School of Fine Arts.
As soon as he graduated, Vangelis started his own sculpture art lab,
in Athens GR, that he still runs today.
He is also a member of the Association of Greek Sculptors (AGS) and Chamber of Fine Arts of Greece (CFAG)
Sports Ideal, Human and Arts - Ceremony: Touch of the Olympic Flame, March 2020, sponsoship of the Ministry of Tourism, Ancient Olympia, GR
Art Basel – International Art Show, 5-8 December 2019, Miami, USA
Sculpture, Group Exhibition – EETE, September 2019, Byzantine & Christianity Museum, GR
Mediterranean, Fine Arts Exhibition – EETE, December 2018, Piraeus Municipality Gallery, GR
Images without a horizon, Group Art Exhibition,November 2018, Trii Art Hub, GR
The Image and the Glance, Group Art Exhibition, October 2018, Trii Art Hub, GR
Small Sculpture, Group Exhibition – EETE, October 2018, Byzantine Museum, GR
Uplift, Group Exhibition, February 2018, Gallery of Piraeus Municipality, GR
Art Exhibition in Nea Smyrni Grove, Spring 2013, Municipality of Nea Smyrni, GR
Biennale Di Firenze, December 2009, Florence, IT
Group Tours Exhibition, Sculpture Gallery, Corfu, December 2006, Municipal Art Gallery of Corfu, GR
Mythology, Association of Greek Sculptors, December 2006, GR
Olympic Sculpture Trilogy, Association of Greek Sculptors, August 2004, GR
Mythology, Association of Greek Sculptors, August 2003, GR
Group Art Exhibition, July 2002, Municipality of Leonidio, GR
Group Tours Exhibition, Ionian Center – Plaka, August 2001, Association of Greek Sculptors, GR