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Copyright art and photos © Alexandre Mimoglou




Born in Greece, 1954.

Established in France since 1971.



Architecture ("DPLG", "UP6", Paris, France, 1979),

Town planning ("Maîtrise", "Vincennes", Paris, France, 1980),

Aesthetics (Philosophy of art) ("Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies", "Sorbonne University", Paris, France, 1982).



Architect, Town planner, Artist Painter, Designer, Chairman of EURAD, Europe, Architecture, Design, Association established in Paris, France, CEO of EURAN, European Art Networks AB, Company established in Stockholm, Sweden.




Institut Français, Copenhagen, Denmark 1982,

Institut Français, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1982,

Greek Embassy, Oslo, Norway, 1982,

Epirotiki Lines' Atlas cruise ship, Pireus, Greece, Mediterranean, 1982,

Textile show-room, Stockholm, Sweden, 1982,

Cassina show-room, Paris, France 1982,

École Spéciale d´Architecture, Paris, France 1982

Aéroports de Paris, Orly Airport, Orly, France 1982

Knoll International show-room, Frankfurt, Germany, 1983

Knoll International show-room, Paris, France, 1983

Metz & Co, Amsterdam, Holland, 1983

French-Scandinavian Exhibitions of Architecture and Design, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Design Center, Stockholm, 1988.

Södertalje Art Club, Södertalje, Sweden, 1994,

plus more than 60 exhibitions in the offices of Danish and Swedish companies, since 1983.



Salon de Montrouge, France, 1981,

Gallery Susanne Bolag, Zurich 1981-1982,

La Galerie d´Art, Aeroport de Paris, Orly Sud, Paris, France 1982,

Charlottenborg Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1988,

Design Center, Stockholm, Sweden, 1988

Voksenåsen, Oslo, Norway, 2000



National Fund of Contemporary Art (FNAC) in France, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France.

Vorés Museum, Paiania, Attiki, Greece.

Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York, NY, USA

JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, New York, NY, USA

and more than 700 other private and corporate art collections internationally.




Textile for interiors, Pierre Frey, Paris, France (1982)

Textile collection for interiors, Knoll International, Europe (1983).

Tests of porcelain objects for Rosenthal, Germany (1984).

Porcelain object for the Association of Friends of the City of Paris´ Modern Art Museum, Paris, France (1985).

Presentation of an interior including artworks, textiles and furniture at the "Salon Des Artistes Décorateurs 1985", in Grand Palais Museum, Paris, France

Paintings reproduced on post-cards for UNICEF, international editions (1987, 1991, 1995).



1985. Delegate for the Hellenic participation at the "Salon des Artistes Décorateurs 85" in Paris' Grand Palais Museum,

1986. First Secretary of the "Société des Artistes Décorateurs" (Paris, France),

Since 1987. President of the Association Eurad, Europe, Architecture & Design ((Paris, France), that organized the French-Scandinavian Exhibitions of Architecture & Design during 1988 in Copenhagen and Stockholm under the Patronizing of the Mayor of Paris and of the President of the European Commission.

Since 1994. Owner and Chairman of "EURAN, European Art Networks AB", a company founded in Stockholm, with the first task to create electronic information and sales systems using different types of communications technologies.