Olga Alexopoulou, was born in Athens, Greece and is a graduate of the Ruskin School of Art of Oxford University. In the last years her works have appeared in walls, museums and galleries around the world.
Her works have been presented in solo exhibitions in museums in Greece like the Museum of Spyros Vassiliou, the Ethnological Museum of Thrace, Pinakothiki of Piraues but also in galleries in Greece and the UK. As far as group shows are concerned, her works have been exhibited in museums like Ningbo in China, in the National History Museum of Greece and the Bouziani Museum.
Olga has completed the largest, so far, graffiti in Greece. She was chosen to represent Greece in the global graffiti event ‘She’s a Leader’ by Women’s Forum and was invited to the award winning Street Art Österlen festival, Sweden. In 2016 she was invited by the University of Michigan to do a mural for the Global Graffiti Project. In 2017 she was included in the 50 best women street artists in the world in publications in London and Paris. More recently her work was featured in the Biennale Internationale d’ Art Mural of France and in 2018 her solo show will take place in the Galata Rum Ilkokulu of Istanbul.