bio

Kostis Argyriadis is a photographer born in 1981 in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

He attended ESP Photography with scholarship.

He studied under Stratos Kalafatis, attending seminars at STUDIOTESSERA.

His photography vision currently lies within the triviality of everyday urban and life patterns.

 

2020

‘’The Moscow Derivative’’, solo exhibition in Nizhniy Tagil, Russia, January 2020

‘’Parallel Voices’’, Photometria Festival, Ioannina, collective exhibition

‘’Oxymoron’’, solo exhibition. Τhe room at Pikap , Thessaloniki 

‘’Balkans Today. The present of a wounded landscape’’, Athens, collective exhibition

2019

''City, Noun, Female''  collective exhibition,Thessaloniki, multispace Ipsilon

‘’Art in Thessaloniki 2018-2019’’ at Casa Bianka, collective exhibition

‘’Oxymoron’’ solo exhibition in MrJones Cooperative

''City, Noun, Female''  published by Tzimas Cosmetics

‘’I have a dream’’ Photometria Festival exhibition, Ioannina, collective exhibition

                              Esp gallery, Thessaloniki

                              Melanithros art space, Athens

2018

“Thessaloniki. Looking at Time Through Moments. Photographs 1900-2017”, Museum of European Culture's, Berlin, collective exhibition

2017

Festival Circulations in Paris, collective exhibition

2015

‘’Every Day, Every City’’ , Ianos Art Gallery in Athens  

                                          Ianos Art Gallery in Thessaloniki

2014

‘’Every Day, Every City’’ published  by Agra Publications

‘’Every Day, Every City’’, solo exhibition, National Bank of Greece’s Cultural Foundation

‘’A Walk in the City’’, collective exhibition, Casa Bianca, Thessaloniki

‘’ RE:ACT VOL II’’ , Block33, Thessaloniki, collective exhibition

2012

‘’Beh Cinar, a walk in the city’’ published by University Studio Press

‘’Beh Cinar’’ collective exhibition, Stereosis art gallery

                                                         Block 33, Thessaloniki

‘’RE:ACT VOL I’’ ,Block33, Thessaloniki, collective exhibition

 

 

 

 

His works are part of the Municipality of Thessaloniki’s Art Gallery and at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki's School of Political Sciences.