Anthi Argyriou was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1983. She has studied Archaeology and Art History in Aristotle University (specialisation: Archaeology and Art History) and holds a master’s degree (Master of Arts) in Cultural Analysis from the University of Amsterdam.
She has worked on curating and coordinating exhibitions in museums and art galleries, as well as on educational programs for museums such as the State Museum of Contemporary Art, Telloglio Art Foundation and for the Biennale of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki. She has been involved in organizing international conferences in Amsterdam and Thessaloniki on issues of cultural theory, art history and contemporary artistic practices. Moreover, she has participated in international fora on festival sustainability as well as on conferences that bring together contemporary approaches of archaeology and curatorial practices.
Her research is focused on interdisciplinary artistic projects which highlight social, political and theoretical discourses and her essays touch upon the intersections of contemporary art, political theory and philosophical analysis. As of 2011, she is a member of the team of Action Field Kodra visual arts festival in Thessaloniki, while in 2014 and 2015 she was one of the three main curators and coordinators of the festival.