Vassia A.Vanezi is a Greek Cypriot visual artist. Her education includes interdisciplinary studies such as Art in the School of Fine Arts in Athens, Political Theory in Pantion University, Weaving and Music in Scalkotas Conservatory.
She exhibits regularly in Greece and Cyprus. She had 10 solo shows and participated in many group shows among others at Documenta 14 in Athens, Signal #6 in Brussels ,Benaki Museum, Nautical Museum, Museum of Modern Greek Culture, National Historical Museum, Ethnological Museum of Thrace. She explores themes of time ,language, loss, displacement, history, community and the human condition. She also investigates social contracts, personal and collective memory, the ephemeral character of human existence and activity. In her artistic practice she engages with social observation, political commentary and explores how these fields interrelate with one another and collide in the human condition. She creates drawings, installations, poetic gestures, sculptural objects, soundscapes and sound structures, linguistic installations, woven structures.
Her artworks are included in public and private collections in Greece ,Cyprus, Europe and USA.