Dr Ouresis Todorovich is a contemporary artist and a scholar.
His area of research includes Ancient art (of Greece, Mesopotamia and Persia), the art of Late Antiquity, Medieval art, Byzantine art, Renaissance art, Early Modern art, the aesthetics of 20th century Modern art, Contemporary art, Theology, as well as Philosophy. He teaches Byzantine painting at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, School of Fine Arts, University of Western Macedonia in Greece. His professional experience covers the fields of painting, sculpture, teaching, conservation of cultural heritage and translation. His artworks have been exhibited at a number of significant exhibitions in USA, Australia, Greece and Serbia.
Most recently, he was among the 15 contemporary icon painters whose work has been commissioned for the exhibition ‘Icons for Our Time: Orthodox Art from Around the World’, held at the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Massachusetts, USA.