Kostis Velonis holds an MRes in humanities and cultural studies from the London Consortium. He studied Esthétiques et Technologies des Arts at Université Paris 8 (D.E.A) and Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens. He is an Associate Professor at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Kostis Velonis has recently shown his work at (selection):
“199” DESTE Foundation Project Space (Hydra, 2020), Ghost Beggar, Kalfayan Galleries (Athens, 2019) “Landlord Colors: On Art, Economy, and Materiality” Cranbrook Art Museum, Michigan, “Life Without Tragedy,” Onassis Festival/Public Theater (Astor Place, NYC, 2018), The Value of Freedom, Belvedere 21 (Vienna, Austria), “Paroikia,” Company Gallery (NYC, 2017), A Puppet Sun, NEON-City Project (Athens), “Precision German Craftsmanship” Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, 2017), documenta 14 (Fridericianum, Kassel), “Urgent Conversations,” M HKA (Antwerp, 2016), “Part Company” Casa Maauad (Mexico City), “This probably will not work,” Lothringer 13-Städtische Kunsthalle München (Μunich), “Super superstudio,” PAC (Milan, 2015), “Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915–2015,” Whitechapel Gallery (London), “No Country for Young Men,” BOZAR (Brussels), “The Theater of the World,” Museo Tamayo (Mexico City), “Direct Democracy,” MUMA (Melbourne).