Panayiotis Kalorkoti's art work is inspired by a diverse range of influences and aesthetics. An acute observer of life his eclectic mix of influences, ranges from graffiti and street art through to artists such as Hogarth, Matisse, Picasso, R.B Kitaj and Eduardo Paolozzi. The result is a humorous, sometimes tragic look at modern society. His work is in numerous private collections including the British Council, Imperial War Museum, Arts Council of England, and The Ministry of Education in Cyprus, Rank Xerox and IBM. He has exhibited in The Whitechapel, the Barbican and numerous high profile galleries across the UK and abroad.