Kleopatra Haritou was born in Athens, Greece. She started her studies in Fine Art and Photography in USA as a High school student (Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.), and was awarded by Pentax. She continued her studies in Athens and London (C.Saint Martins, London) acquiring her MA at Goldsmith College University of London, under the supervision of historian of art and photography, Ian Jeffrey. Her oeuvre has been presented at more than ten solo exhibitions and she has participated in numerous group exhibitions. Her large scale solo exhibitions include “Prosfygika – The refugee settlements of Alexandra’s Av.” presented at BENAKI Museum of Athens, the International Comics Festival in Athens along with the original “V for Vendeta” sketches of David Lloyd, and other museums around Greece. Additionally, she has presented “ACROBATS”, ten large photo installations in public space at the center of Athens. She is now preparing her new large edition “Entry-Exodus” with the support of Onassis Foundation. She is also part of RICE School of Dance on Hydra, a school with no teachers, created by the academic (DUKE University) social choreographer, Michael Klien. For the past 20 years she has been collaborating with cinematographers including: Astra Taylor, Christopher Papakaliatis, Dennis Iliadis, Dora Masklavanou and many others.