Zeta Nikolopoulou was born in 1979 in Athens. She began engaging drawing and painting in 2002 experimenting with the expressive use of color and materials.
In 2006 she entered the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA) as a fine arts student.
In 2010 she studied for one year in London at the Middlesex University as a Socrates-Erasmus student. She graduated from the ASFA in 2013.
Since then she lives and works as a visual artist in Athens. She has participated in various group shows in Greece and England.
Her work includes painting, sculpting, silk-screening and installations. In her paintings Zeta forms potential spaces by mapping different material fields of the painting and using a structural formed language. She creates different levels through the apposition of colored surfaces instead of engaging perspective with its broad sense. In sculpting, Zeta uses a more structural approach by using materials such as wood, metal and polystyrene and the way these materials are combined forming multilayer sculptures, is what depicts the art synthesis itself. The tonal relations and the shaped forms coexist and coevolve just like in painting, living in the same inhabitant and leading to biomorphic sculptures.