Stefanos Tsivopoulos is a Greek artist and filmmaker living and working between Amsterdam, Athens and New York. Tsivopoulos’ art practice is typified by a strong cinematic language that blends together historical with allegoric narratives, and the urgency to examine the social, political and economic aspects that determine our world today. His works have been the subject of solo presentations in MuCEM, Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean, Marseille (2014); Cycladic Museum, Athens (2014); Art Basel Miami South Beach, Miami (2013); Stella Art Foundation, Moscow (2013); ISCP, New York (2011). A selection of recent group exhibitions include venues such as documenta 14, Friedericianum, Kassel (2017); M KHA, Antwerp (2017); Kunsthaus Zurich (2016); MACBA, Barcelona (2015); Tate Modern, London (2014); Haus Der Culturen Der Welt, Berlin (2013); Witte de With, Rotterdam (2010), and international biennials such as Manifesta 8, the 2nd Beijing Biennial, and the 1st Athens Biennial. He represented Greece, in the 55th Venice Biennial with his video installation History Zero.