Nikos Floros was born in Tripolis, Hellas. He grew up in Athens and has lived and worked in several major cities around the world. He studied
at the School of Fine Arts (Ecole des Beaux Arts) in Paris as well as classical piano and classical theater in Greece.

Nikos Floros has exhibited around the world and his sculptures are in museums and private collections.

Nikos Floros’ sculptural costumes are unique and original designs utilizing materials from everyday life such as newspapers and
aluminum cans which he transforms into fabric-like material used to create unique sculptural art. This method was created and patented by Nikos Floros in 2003.


Solo Exhibitions / 2003 – 2014
Archeological Museum of Thessaloniki, Greece
Melas Mansion, National Bank of Greece, Athens, Greece
Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens, Greece
Syntagma Square of the Attico Metro, Athens, Greece
Art Cargo Gallery, Hellenic-German Exhibition, Athens, Greece
Greek Consulate in New York
Palace of the Grand Master, Rhodes
Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., USA
Grace: Symbol of Change, Monte Carlo, Monaco
Metropole Palace, Monte Carlo, Monaco
Teatro Communale, Bologna, Italy
Grand Hotel Majestic “Gia” Baglioni, Bologna, Italy
State Museum and Reserve “Tsaritsyno”, Moscow, Russia

Group Exhibitions / 2003 – 2013
Whitney Museum of American Art
Metropolitan Club
French Heritage Society
Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece
Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
Historic Museum of Aegina, Greece
Piraeus Bank, Athens, Greece
Pierides Museum “Athinais”, Athens, Greece
Art Meets Media, Athens, Greece
Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
Consulate General of the Republic of Cyprus, New York, NY, USA

Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, Greece
New York, Manhattan, by the curator Elbi Askin
Special Olympics 2011, Athens, Greece
Sculptured Representation of Mercedes-Benz sign, Athens, Greece
Opernhause, 2011 , Vienna, Austria

Grand Prize, for the “Red Queen Elizabeth” costume, given by the
Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume and presented by the curator Harold
Koda of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume.
Grand Prize, for the “Silver Elizabeth I” costume, from the French Heritage
Society at the “Young Friends Heritage Society”.

Sculptural costumes for the production of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s
NARCISSE, presented at the Theater of the New City, in collaboration with
the New York University and Columbia University.
Designed Costumes for the production of the very well-known director,
composer and singer Stamatis Kraounakis, in Athens, Greece.

Nikos’ Floros artwork was chosen by the Brazilian educational system for
inclusion in their instructional textbooks.
His work has received worldwide recognition and has been covered by
major news services such as Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC News, New York
Times, Vogue, W, Associated Press, Fashion TV and many other news and
television channels throughout the world.

Nikos Floros was a cultural correspondent for major newspapers and
magazines for many years, based at the United Nations in New York City

Golden medal of Arts and Sciences, Albert Schweitzer Foundation, 2011
Vienna, Austria
The Global Thinkers Forum Excellence Award – 2013 for Excellence in