Euripides Altintzoglou was born in Drama in 1978. From adolescence, he comes into contact with art through his family environment and takes classes in traditional sculpture and painting. Enthused by Conceptual Art, in 1996 he begins his studies at the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Wolverhampton, specializing in Sculpture, supervised by David Bainbridge (founding member of Conceptual Art group Art & Language).
He continues his postgraduate studies at the same institution choosing directions that expand his practice (MA, Fine Art as Social Practice) and also theoretical and philosophical interests (PhD, Dualism and the Critical Languages of Portraiture). Since 2004 he is employed as a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Fine Arts and Photography, University of Wolverhampton, and since 2011 he holds the same post in the Department of Philosophy at the same institution. In 2009, he embarks on the theoretical project Obituaries, combining Critical Theory and Philosophy, which is published in the form of a monthly column in the British magazine It's Alive, also available online in the form of a blog (
In 2011 he launches the international research journal Desearch, providing publishing opportunities to young researchers, for which he soon wins British and European awards. His work has been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions in private galleries (New Art Gallery Walsall) and public museums of Great Britain.

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