Born in Athens in 1949, Costis Antoniadis studied Physics at the Aristotelion University of Thessaloniki and subsequently photography at the Institut Francais de la Photographie in Paris. He is a founding member of the Photography Centre of Athens (1979-2004) and in 1985 was appointed professor at the Department of Photography and Audiovisual Arts of TEI, Athens. For many years, he has been working as curator and organizer of numerous exhibitions for the Photography Centre, the International Month of Photography, the French Institute, the Benaki Museum in Athens. In 2003 he was appointed as Director of the Museum of Photography at Thessalonica and from 2006 he works as a freelance curator. Since 1979 he has been publishing, and continues to publish articles on critical theory in numerous photographic and visual art reviews. He also exhibits in Greece and abroad, and many of his works feature in individual and national collections.