Anthoula Lelekidis is a Greek-American lens-based artist who utilizes photography, printmaking, and mixed media in her practice. Her work navigates themes of personal memory, loss, and migration. With a deep interest in the archive, she alters found family photos to interpret a deeper tie to her heritage and uncover ancestral roots within blank spaces of her recollection. This investigation and the need for an individualized story, act as a meditation between the realm of post-memory and realization.

She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from Parsons School of Design and received the Community Fellowship from the International Center of Photography from 2018 to 2020. She was a resident at the Skopelos Foundation of the Arts in 2016 and earned a scholarship from the Students On Ice Organization to travel to photograph Antarctica in 2007. Lelekidis is currently the recipient of Manhattan Graphics Center's printmaking scholarship and is a faculty member at the International Center of Photography. She is based in Queens, NY.

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY

Artist in Residence, Manhattan Graphics Center
2021 – Present
  Faculty, International Center of Photography
2018 – 2020
Community Fellowship, International Center of Photography
2017 – 2021
  Teacher's Assistant, International Center of Photography
2017 – 2020  Instructor, PhotoUno Photography School
2016  Artist in Residence, Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, Skopelos, Greece
2015 – Present  Photographer/Archivist, Ancient Astoria
2008 – 2010  Teen Academy Imagemakers, International Center of Photography
2007 Antarctic Expedition Scholarship, Students on Ice Organization

θραύσματα, Back to the Lab Artist Talk, CK Studios, Queens, NY
Home, Morgan Library, Jersey City, NJ
The Family Of, PeepSpace, Tarrytown, NY
Counter Archives Autumn 2020, The Curated Fridge
SPACE, Athens Institute of Contemporary Art, Athens, Georgia
The Print Swap, BBA Circle Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Refuge, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
State of the Art, Studio Montclair Gallery, Montclair, NJ
Alphabet Soup, Alterwork Studios, Long Island City, NY
MIRROR/IMAGE, Online Archive
The Place Called Home, Studio Montclair Gallery, Montclair, NJ
100 Photos, 20square7 Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Night & Day, Departure Studios Gallery, Long Island City, NY
Cut/Paste/Resist, University of New Brunswick, Canada
2019 The Spirit of Mom & Pop Shops, Loft28, Astoria, NY
Ancient Astoria, Astoria Coffee, Astoria, NY
2018 Queens Hip Hop Festival Art Show, Colorwerx, Long Island City, NY
2017 Celebrate Hell Gate, T-Studio Space, Astoria, NY
Urban Art Collective, LIC Arts Open, Modern Spaces, Long Island City, NY
2016 Rooted In Queens, QNS Collective, Long Island City, NY
Artist Relaxation, QNS Collective, Long Island City, NY
Ancient Astoria, Greenpoint Gallery Salon, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
2014 Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition, Online Portfolio Feature,
2011 Gates of Ganesh Benefit Auction, Chelsea Arts Gallery, Chelsea, NY
2010 Miracles and Traumas Technology, 446 Broadway, New York, NY
Breakfast, PhotoFeast, International Studio & Curatorial Program, Brooklyn, NY
Friar’s Lantern, PhotoFeast, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
In/Out(side), 3 Gallery, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
2008 ICP Teen Academy, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
2007 ICP Teen Academy, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, NY

  Hayden's Ferry Review Literary Journal – Issue 70
2021  Collazine– Issue no. 1, Special Project, Bologna, Italy
2020  Beyond Photography: Interview with Anthoula Lelekidis, peri-Tēchnes
ESPERANZA Project Space, Featured Artist
A) GLIMPSE) OF), The Nest Issue,
Orenda Arts Journal, Orenda Art Works
Tart Magazine, Lost & Found Newsletter
Photo Trouvée Magazine, @phototrouveemagazine
Quarantine Zine, Issue 2,
2019 Wotisart #35 Magazine, Liverpool, UK
A5 Magazine, Liverpool, UK
2016 Can Social Media Help Fight Gentrification?,
The Passion Behind Ancient Astoria,
2015 Astoria’s Longtime Buildings and Storefronts,
2014 World Guinness Book of Records
2013 World Guinness Book of Records
World Traveler, The Queens Courier Newspaper
2006 Student To Photograph Life In Antarctica, Queens Times Ledger

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