Andrea Tyrimos, born 1986, is a contemporary artist who lives and works in London.

She graduated in Fine Art from Central St Martins in 2009, and has exhibited extensively since then; including London solo shows, and exhibitions in the UK and Europe.

She has been featured in publications such as The Guardian, The New York Times, Huffington Post and Time-Out; as well as being interviewed on BBC Global News and London Live TV. Tyrimos was recently a finalist for the Global Art Awards, and has received the Signature Art People’s Choice Painting Award, and the Art & Escape Award.

Her Bipolar Picasso series of art installations, featuring intimate paintings and audio recordings of people who have experience with mental health issues, has received critical acclaim. She recently developed a new piece in collaboration with Centrepoint, the youth homelessness charity – in order to raise funds and awareness.

Tyrimos’ environmental public art has also been embraced, and has seen her transform a London telephone box into a permanent art installation, paint live at the Barbican Centre, and produce several permanent outdoor installations which have been commissioned by London councils.


2016 | ‘Bipolar Picasso’, 5th Base Gallery, London

2016 | ‘LivingBox’ public art installation, Holborn, London

2015/16 | ‘Brick’ public art installations, Pasley Park, London

2014 | ‘The Roadz’, Curious Duke Gallery, London

2014 | The Hoxton, Artist in Residence, London


2019 | Radar, Old Spitalfields Market, London

2018 | Group show, Oxo Tower Bargehouse, London

2018 | Ollie Quinn, Canary Wharf, London

2018 | Whitecross Street Festival, London

2017 | Andrea Tyrimos x Eve De Haan, Ascot

2017 | Group Show, Candid Arts Trust, London

2016 | London to Nicosia, Group show, Nicosia, Cyprus

2016 | Group show, Curious Duke Gallery

2015 | Moniker Art Fair, London

2014 | Art 4 Peace, International Alert, Hoxton Gallery, London

2013 | Barbican Centre, London

2012 | Group Show, The Hoxton, London