Simoni is an artist who has made an impression due to her raw talent and her contemporary approach to art. She has been recognised worldwide and has been featured in magazines such as British Vogue, Vanity Fair and Tatler. Her world is surrounded by Greek elements, flowers, coloured auras and a pink melancholy that has been commented on in various interviews.
Her unique technique that combines photography and various mixed media has been distinguished among leading artists abroad, in exhibitions in Milan, London, Monte Carlo, Madrid and Greece. Simoni started working as an artist at the beginning of COVID, when she decided to return to Greece after 10 years of living in London. She has launched her personal Studio in Thessaloniki where she keeps creating new pieces. She is actively drawing her inspiration from feminine energy and “Modern muses” by an interview series she is hosting.
She is the co-founder of The Art Space – an artist community from artists by artists.
Her inspiration is love, the auras of people and the elegance of a crying Greece.
She has participated in the Cluster Contemporary Exhibition in London OXO Tower, Art Way in Paros Island, Enteka Athens, Arco Yucatan Exhibition in Athens, Monaco International Art Fair, Van Gogh Madrid Exhibition, Visual Space Featured Artist, Myro Gallery ‘Anti-stress’ Exhibition, 100 Contemporary Greek Artists (Ostria Publications), Contemporary Art Curator ‘River of Dreams’ Exhibition, Visionary Art Collective ‘When Words fail’ Exhibition, Mads Milano ‘Philo poem’ Gallery Exhibition, Visual Space ‘Spring Virtual Exhibition’, Art Number 23 London – Athens, ΔΕΚΑ 5 / ΕΝΔΕΚΑ, Art Time Gallery Athens, Hansford and Sons, Greek Artists Hub & Woman Artist Collaboration
Solo Exhibition at Ktima Delmare, Pikap, Bord de l’eau, Myro Gallery.
Has been featured in British Vogue, Vanity Fair, Tatler, Parallaxi, Glow Magazine, Lifo, Kathimerini, Pikap Community, The Art Space, Greek Artists Hub, Visual Space Magazine, Contemporary Art Curator, Polis Magazino, Kalo Mina (New York Magazine) , VOL UP (Paris Magazine)