He studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts. In 1959, he moved to Paris, where he lived and worked throughout his life. His exhibition activity dates from the Greek National exhibition in 1939; his work has been shown in solo, Greek national and group exhibitions in Greece and other countries, while in 1959 he participated in the Biennale of Sao Paulo.
One of the artists who introduced Abstract Art in Greece, he gradually moved away from figuration towards Gestural Expressionism. He later began to create geometric reliefs, while eventually adopting the precepts of Op Art, combining them with elements of American Pre-Columbian art.