Born in Famagusta, she currently lives and works in Nicosia. She studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts with a state scholarship and graduated with distinction. She has also studied fresco, ceramics and engraving. Hadjigeorghiou is primarily concerned with painting, where she moves in the context of representational art. In the evolution of her work, she attributes her themes in an abstract and generalized way or through a completely abstract perception, emphasizing the expressive morphological strength of colours and sometimes symbolic sources and wills.
She has presented her work in Cyprus in several solo exhibitions in Nicosia, Limassol and Larnaca and Paphos. She has also participated in various group exhibitions in Cyprus, Greece, London, Kuwait, China, France, Germany, Brussels, Russia, Australia, Spain and Egypt. She represented Cyprus with her participation at the Cairo Biennale - 1986 & 1992, Paris Biennale - 1985, Alexandre Biennale - 1995, Mediterranean Youth Biennial in Marseilles - 1988, etc. In 1991 she participated at the Triennale of New Delhi in India, where she was awarded the Gold Medal for two of the six works she presented, on the theme of “Ecological Anxiety”.
Nitsa Hadjigeorghiou, Relationships in the 3rd Millenium, 2000, Oil on canvas, 230 x 150 cm