Paul Anagnostopoulos is an artist working in a variety of media, primarily drawing and painting. He was born 1991 in Long Island, NY and works in New York, NY. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from New York University in 2013 with a BFA concentrating in Drawing and Printmaking. Selected exhibitions include his thesis exhibition Oro, NY 2013; and 10 in Rupert Goldsworthy’s Pop-Up Space, NY 2012. He interned at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice during the 2013 Biennale and gave lectures and private tours, during which he became a guest contributor for The Boulevardiers. During 2014, Paul was a resident and exhibiting artist of the Rancho Paradiso Residency in Joshua Tree, CA and the Akumal International Artist Residency in Mexico. During 2015, he began as Marlborough Chelsea's archivist, curated several pop-up exhibitions in Huntington, NY, and completed the Copy Shop Residency at Endless Editions in NY. In 2016, Paul was an exhibiting artist in residence at the SÍM Residency in Reykjavík, Iceland; the Wassaic Project in Hudson Valley, NY; AIAR in Guanajuato, Mexico; the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont; Brooklyn Art Space & Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. In 2017, he completed a residency at the Hafnarborg Museum in Iceland. His first solo exhibition, Holding Out For A Hero, was presented in 2018 at GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading, PA. That same year he worked for the artist Sean Scully and completed the Maple Terrace Residency Program in Brooklyn, NY. Paul is currently in Greece and will be attending the FaveLAB Residency in Athens during spring 2019.