Paul Saroglou was born 1969 in Munich and spent his youth alternating between Germany and Greece. 

He received his artistic education at the university of applied science in Munich.
There he began studying Industrial Design, but subsequently graduated as a certified designer from the faculty of Communication Design.
Since then he has collaborated with various companies, organizations and editorial houses as Graphic Designer and Art Director.
In the last years he is exclusively involved in painting.

Solo exhibitions:

- 2019 Galerie an der Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany
- 2016 Galerie an der Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany
- 2010 “Blue Signs“, Gallery Genesis, Athens, Greece
- 2008 “Beyond Lines“, Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery, Athens, Greece
- 2006 “Floating“, offices Karkazi- Dimopoulou, Athens, Greece
- 2005 “Changes“, Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery, Athens, Greece

Group exhibitions:

- 2010 SAATCHI Gallery - Showdown Winner with artwork “Modern Nike“, London, Great Britain


- 2019 POSITIONS Munich Art Fair 2019, Munich, Germany
- 2017 "Summer 2017", Dépôt Art Gallery, Athens, Greece
- 2017 “Colour Fields“, Skoufa Gallery Mykonos, Mykonos, Greece
- 2017 art Karlsruhe, Galerie an der Pinakothek der Moderne, Karlsruhe, Germany
- 2015 Opening Dépôt Art Gallery, Athens, Greece
- 2014 “Terrain Vague“, Glyfada Golf Gardens, Athens, Greece
- 2011 “In art with a drachma“, Titanium Yiayiannos Gallery, Athens, Greece
- 2010 “Pro-art Gallery on Spetses“, Island of Spetses, Greece
- 2010 “Light and Colour“, Pro-art Gallery, Athens, Greece
- 2007 “Art Works of Wine”, Nafplion Art Gallery, facilities of the Skoura Property, Argos, Greece
- 2005 Greek- German Association Philadelphia, Athens, Greece
- 2000 Seidelvilla, Munich, Germany

Public collections: 

- SAATCHI Gallery, London, Great Britain
- Minotti, Munich, Germany
- General University Hospital of Patras, Greece
- Greek- German Association Philadelphia, Athens, Greece
- Mercedes- Benz Hellas S.A., Athens, Greece

Private collections in Munich, New York, London, Istanbul, Valencia and Athens