The Guardian @ Bipolar Picasso

'My nose is askew, my chin is formidable – it's me, all right' … a portrait of my mental health.'

The Guardian | Wed 12 Oct 2016 by Mark Rice-Oxley

Gail Porter, Ricky Hatton, Bill Oddie … in her portrait series Bipolar Picasso, Andrea Tyrimos explores our attitudes to mental illness. Mark Rice-Oxley joins the stars laying themselves bare in her studio.

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Evening Standard @ Bipolar Picasso

'A portrait in paint and sounds is highlighting homelessness'

Evening Standard | Mon 22 Oct 2018 by Robert Dex

Painter Andrea Tyrimos will exhibit her portrait of an ex-Centrepoint resident called Catherine alongside a recording of her experience of homelessness.

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Her personal connection and dedication to this project shines through the eyes of each piece

Ability Magazine

Her personal connection and dedication to this project shines through the eyes of each piece.

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Andrea Tyrimos’s 'Bipolar Picasso' Exhibition Opens At 5th Base Gallery

London Calling Blog | Sun 16 Oct 2016

This show for numerous reasons is one not to miss, it’s been a long time since we went to such an engaging and powerful exhibition

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Best show of 2016! Tyrimos brought the taboo subject of mental health out of the darkness

Street Art Atlas | 15 Nov 2016

Last month Street Art Atlas visited Andrea Tyrimos ‘Bipolar Picasso’ exhibition at 5th BASE gallery which coincided with World Mental Health Awareness Day...

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The living phone box, Russell Square

Time Out London | 20 Jan 2017 by Caitlin M

This nature-inspired take on the classic red London phone box just outside of Russell Square is an art installation by the talented Andrea Tyrimos, promoting cleaner air and greenery in the city. More, please!

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The Red Phone Box, a British Icon, Stages a Comeback

The New York Times | 22 May 2018 by Palko Karasz

Not red anymore: a decorated booth in Central London.

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The Guardian @ Bipolar Picasso

Ringing the changes for the red phone box

The Guardian | Tue 31 July 2018 by Andrew Testa

The red telephone box, or Kiosk No 2 to give it its official General Post Office name, is as iconically British as London’s black cabs and the royal family.

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Have You Seen This Blossoming Phone Box In Bloomsbury?

Londonist | 24 February 2016 by Tabish Khan

On Southampton Row, nature has taken over a phone box, covering it with green leaves and flowers.

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Andrea Tyrimos Paints ‘LivingBox’ In Holborn For Public Space Jam

London Calling Blog | 29 February 2016

Striking work…in keeping with her dynamic of creating public art that sets to be accessible to all and alter viewer’s experience of the space in which it resides”

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Art in Urban Spaces

The London Word | 20 Jul 2016 by Sonia Sharma

The red telephone box is an iconic a symbol of Britain and the booths are still a familiar sight on London streets today.

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Andrea Tyrimos: Interview with contemporary artist and painter

MINBOSO by Steven Sulley | Published on May 11, 2019
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Andrea Tyrimos - Blending street art and fine art

The Curator's Salon by Gita Joshi | 9 October 2018
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Andrea Tyrimos paints telephone box on Southampton Row to create public art statement on air pollution

Inspiring City | 7 March 2016

She has managed to carve out a reputation as a street artist of sorts, creating epic fine art creations for the public to enjoy

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Andrea Tyrimos creates 'Bipolar Picasso' a new show to raise awareness of Mental Health

Inspiring City | 29 Oct 2016

It was sitting in a cafe in Holborn back in February 2016 that Andrea first told me of her passion for mental health and how she felt that it didn’t get the attention it deserved...

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