Aliki Tsirliagkou is the Founder/Director of Nitra Galleries (Athens-Thessaloniki, Greece).
Apart from her gallery work, Aliki is the curator of the Artists in Residence Program by Eagles Palace powered by TORhotel Group (presenting its 5th Edition in May 2021) which has hosted more than 45 artists in weeklong residencies, leading to group exhibitions of the created works.
Amongst the projects she has independently curated are the 'Techniques of the Body' installation in Alaca Imaret, Thessaloniki; a project by Constantine Giannaris / Mark Mazower (exclusive donor Stavros Niarchos Foundation (2016) and was a member of the curatorial team of the PhotoBiennale of Thessaloniki 'Logos' (2014), organized by the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography. She has worked with the Contemporary Arts Center (part of the State Museum of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki), the Biennale of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki (Biennale:3/Old Crossroads- Make it new).
She has also curated for the Greek America Foundation, the Greek Film & Foto Week (Toronto Canada). As the Visual Arts Director of the not-for-profit Organization 'Thessaloniki Allios' organization she has designed, curated and implemented a series of large scale exhibitions and art projects.
Aliki has worked on private and corporate collections and has collaborated with various corporations, among which the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank, TOMS and Louis Vuitton, for which she has delivered tailor made art programs and exhibitions.
In 2016 she was selected to participate in the NEON Curatorial Exchange in collaboration with Whitechapel gallery in London.
With a special interest in the moving image, Aliki has worked as the Contemporary Art Program Consultant for PCAI, a not-for-profit organization which aims to raise environmental awareness through contemporary art with a focus on the moving image. In November 2017 she was a member of the Jury for the Best VR film at the 58th Thessaloniki International Film Festival.
She is a member of the Young Patrons of the Museum of Cycladic Art and Benaki Contemporaries in Athens, Greece and the Young Professionals in the Arts, London.