Stella Baraklianou is a photographic artist and lecturer in photography at School of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of Huddersfield, UK. As a practitioner her work engages with issues of escapism and the utopian, through themes of still-life and photographic installations. In this exploration her practice is informed by philosophical themes of memory, duration, immanence; namely by the works of Henri Bergson, Gilles Deleuze, Giorgio Agamben as well as the late work of Roland Barthes. Her work has been exhibited in the UK and abroad, indicatively (‘XS’ at FA Projects, London 2004) including her native Greece (‘Escape from the attic, escape from the crisis’, Visual Arts Festival Kodra, 2010)
She is currently working on a monograph of recent photographic works with a text contribution by John Mullarkey, under the title ‘Orientation’



2003-07: Phd Research by practice, Visual Arts Department, Goldsmiths, University of London
2001-02: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster


2007: June; “The landscape of memory” solo show for the award of PHD degree, 
Ben Pimlott building, Goldsmiths, London
2000: October; “The cherry orchard” solo show, Café Gallery Nikis 35, Thessaloniki, Greece


2010: September; “Let down your hair”, individual photographic installation, part of ActionField Kodra, Thessaloniki Art Festival, Greece
2009: October; Material Press Fundraiser Auction, Los Angeles, CA
2008: April; “The space of time” PhotoBiennale, Thessaloniki, Greece, Port of Thessaloniki, Warehouse C, accompanied by catalogue of the Biennale
2004: June; “XS” at FA Projects, Contemporary Art, London
2004: February; “Cocktail III” Group show of photographic work, Deluxe Gallery, Hoxton Square London
2003: August; “Encounters” group photography exhibition, Century Gallery, London accompanied by catalogue, with text by David Bate
2003: July; “Fragile distance” Group international photography exhibition, Academy of Arts, Tallin, Estonia
2003: February; “Eyejam” show at Ogilvy and Mathers, London
2002: September; “Drive” Group show, Gallery and shop 7, Brick Lane, London


2012: WARP Artists Village, C-Mine, Genk, Belgium
2008-09: Self funded residency, Los Angeles, California, USA
2008: July; Artist in Residence/Visiting Scholar Sydney College of Arts, The University of Sydney, Rozelle Campus, Sydney N.S.W. Australia


2005: Video screening of “I see myself being seen” part of Liquid Culture 3, Creative Commons Licensing agreement, Small Hall Auditorium, Goldsmiths, London
2004: Artist’s talk of the work in progress, Deluxe Gallery, Hoxton, London


2010: May; “Picture from window”, series of work published for Wip, Issue 8; online curated journal of contemporary photography, Thessaloniki, Greece
2009: March; Material Press, Limited Editions, online publication of text and works,
2008: April; Exhibition catalogue for the 1st PhotoBiennale Photography, Thessaloniki, Greece
2003: June; Daylight, by David Bate, catalogue for the exhibition Encounters, Century Gallery