He studied political and economic science followed by painting and engraving at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1938-1945) and Paris (1946-1950). In 1954 he settled in the French capital after a series of trips to various European countries (1951-1953). He presented his work in solo, group and international exhibitions (Panhellenies 1952, 1963, 1965, Sao Paolo Biennale 1963, 1965). A sculptor as well as a painter, he was also involved with book illustration, set design and decoration.

He belonged to the artists of the so-called Sixties generation. His work, experimental and radical, contains strong elements of protest and provocation.