Pegy Zali is an architect and a visual artist based in Athens. Her practice develops through collaborations between artists, curators, researchers and “unskilled” friends.
Pegy have studied architecture in National Technical University of Athens, and she holds an MA in Research in Architecture from the same university; she also holds an MFA in Curating the Contemporary from the London Metropolitan University in conjunction with The Whitechapel Gallery in London. Currently she is doing her PhD in Architecture at the University of Thessaly.
She has presented her collective work in solo shows at: SPACE, Union Pacific, CASK, and P.E.T Projects; as well as in group shows including: On the edge of the Blade we run, Koritsas 39, Athens 2019; The Same River Twice, Benaki Museum, Athens 2019; The 4th New Museum Triennial, New Museum, New York 2018; The Equilibrists, Benaki Museuma, Athens 2016; Roy Da Prince, Futura, Prague 2016; and Afresh, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens 2013.
She has been part of the art collective KERNEL, the architectural collective Nomadic Architecture and she is founding member of the Laboratory for the Urban Commons; the artistic collaborative methodology [] and the female artistic duo 1992; awarded with the ARTWORKS Stavros Niarchos Fellowship; and is a scholar of the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY) for her PhD research.