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


He attended ESP Photography in Thessaloniki with scholarship.


He studied under Stratos Kalafatis, attending seminars at STUDIOTESSERA.


His work was first published along with other photographers in 2012 in a project curated by Hercules Papaioannou and about the urban landscape of Thessaloniki.

The work was exhibited at the Municipality of Thessaloniki’s Art Gallery, Stereosis Art Gallery and The State Orchestra’s Underground Festival.


He published his first personal project in 2014 by Agra Publications, curated by Stratos Kalafatis.


The work was exhibited at the National Bank of Greece’s Cultural Foundation in Thessaloniki and at Ianos Art Gallery in Athens and Thessaloniki.


He participated at the 2017 edition of Festival Circulations in Paris invited by Hercules Papaioannou with his work included in the Festival's catalogue and also at the Museum of European Culture's exhibition about Thessaloniki, in Berlin, in 2018.

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


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