Anastasios Veloudis is an interdisciplinary visual artist born in Greece, who lives and works in Brighton and London, UK. He studied fine arts, structural engineer design, graphic design and in 2013 he received his Master of Arts in New Media from the University of Brighton. 

His numerous group exhibitions and residencies include the contemporary art course exhibition at Royal College of Art in London, the Art on Campus at St. Gallen University in Switzerland and the INSPIRE project with Peter Kogler at the contemporary art museum in Thessaloniki, Greece. 

Veloudis has been commissioned by the MOMus museum and Goethe institute in Greece for the anniversary exhibition for the 100 years of Joseph Beuys. His work META-RECORDS is part of the collection of the contemporary art museum in Thessaloniki, Greece. 

His art practice has been constantly drawn towards abstraction and non-literal, metaphoric forms inspired by his affinity to spirituality and esoterism. He practices with a variety of tools, from action painting on paper and collage to installation and video. Duality is ever-present in Anastasios’ work – combining dynamic geometrical shapes with organic, free-flowing forms as a result of spontaneous and automatic painting. His work seems to challenge the balance between tranquillity and chaos. In his installations, he celebrates the nature of used materials reinventing their use, form, and character. 


2021 We Can’t Do It Without Roses, MOMus Museum of Experimental Art, Thessaloniki, Greece

2021 Sidewalk project, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, USA

2019 Rae Cultural Centre gallery, Estonia

2019 Rotterdam Art Week, Borgerstraat Open Studios 2019, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2018 Mare Nostrum, Caroline Mollanger Gallery, St. Paul De Vence, France

2018 SOLO Group, Artists collective group exhibition, Shortwave gallery, London

2018 RCA course exhibition, Sackler building, Royal College of Art, London, curated by Despina Zacharopoulou

2017 Abstract Mind, CICA museum, Seoul, S. Korea

2017 Art on Campus Edition 4, St. Gallen University, St. Gallen, Switzerland, curated by Tamar Ette

2017 Transitions, Crypt gallery, London, UK

2016 Meet the Artists, Hoxton gallery, London, UK

2016 The Other Art Fair, Victoria House, London, UK

2015 Lublin Biennale, Galeria Labirynt, Lublin, Poland

2014 Transmute 2014 Digital Art event, Phoenix gallery, Brighton, UK

2014 Sequenced Group of Digital Artists, Brighton Media Center, UK

2013 Metamorphosis, MOMus Contemporary Art Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece, curated by Peter Kogler   

2013 BYOB Digital Arts Festival, Brighton, UK

2013 Reasons To Be Creative, Brighton’s Dome, UK

2013 Commision: Video art projection for theatrical play: The Voice, Tandem Group, Athens, Greece

2013 Digital Media Arts, Degree show, University of Brighton, UK

2012 Group digital media arts exhibition, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton, UK

2012 Participation: Invisible Flock’s Sea of Voices, with sound artist J. Young, Brighton, UK

2011 Art is Hard Thessaloniki’s port gallery, Greece 

2010 Art For More Festival Social Design Exhibition, Athens, Greece


23.07-12.08.18 Royal College of Art, London | Contemporary Art course

2019 Copper Leg Art Residency, Estonia

2013 Inspire 13, Metamorphosis, with Peter Kogler, MOMus Contemporary Art Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece


2021 ARTLOVE, Art and culture online magazine #1, United Kingdom

2019 Posthuman: New Media Art 2020, CICA Press, Korea

2018 Borgerstraat Open Studios 2019, catalogue,, Rotterdam

2018 SOLO Group, Artists Showcase magazine, UK

2017 Art on Campus, Edition 4, text by curator Thamar Ette on Meta-Record artwork, St. Gallen University

2014 Creative Review. online presentation creativereview.co.uk

2013 Inspire 2013, catalogue, MOMus Contemporary Museum publication, Greece