Lillian Lykiardopoulou was born on 1981 in Athens, Greece, was awarded an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University, where she was an Onassis Foundation Scholar. She received the Niarchos Foundation Travel Fellowship in 2006 for a trip around the Black Sea. In 2004, she was awarded her BFA with Excellence from the Athens School of Fine Arts and nominated for a Greek State scholarship in 2003 based on her studio work.
Bernier/Eliades, Athens will present her show “Brittle Connections” in April, 2023. Her first solo show in Athens took place in 2008 at Q-Box Gallery. A selection of group shows that she took part in include the 2006 Armory show where she was represented by Jack Tilton Gallery, NY and the 72th Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean in Naples, Italy in September 2005 where she was selected to represent Greece in the painting section, as well as several other exhibitions in and around Greece since 2001. In 2007 Lillian Lykiardopoulou took part in a group show in the Gwangju Museum of Art in Korea and Blank Show in Shanghai, China. In 2003 she was a founding member of the Greek art group SAVRA and has taken part in their activities in Greece, Albania and Italy. She exhibited drawings and ceramics at Still-Point Space in Zurich in 2018 and took part in the group show Daily Lazy in Athens in 2017.
She lives in Athens, Greece.