Victoria Karvouni was born in Athens on 22 April 1980. She studied at Leontio Lyceum of Nea Smyrni (1986-1998), took drawing courses at Studio of Dimitris Fotou and Argyris Kosta (1997-1999), and graduated with honors from the School of Fine Arts of Athens, having studied Painting under Rena Papaspyrou and Set Design under Georgios Ziakas (1999-2005).
Victoria Karvouni received scholarships from the Academie Royale des Beaux Arts in Brussels in 2002; the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation (2006); and the State Scholarships Foundation (2006).
Victoria Karvouni has worked as a set and costume designer a many theatrical performances and films, including Αnton Chekov's The Seagull at the Theater of the New World (2000-2002); Stathis Livathinos' Greek Poetry in the 20th Century at the National Theatre of Athens (2000-2002); Zozefina Markari's film Like I Do (2001); Jane Martin's Jack and Jill at Avlea Theater of Thessaloniki (2003); Maxim Gorki's Vassa at Fournos Theatre (2004); Constantina Giahali's There's Something Wrong with Antonis at Ilisia Theatre (2004); Aleksei Slapofski's Play No. 27 at the National Theatre of Athens (2004); Caryl Churchill's Far Away at Amore Theater of Athens (2005); and Nicolai Erdman's The Certificate at Apo Michanis Theatre (2005).
Victoria Karvouni has taken part in many group exhibitions, including 9 at Ersi Gallery of Athens (2000); Suburbia at A-Station, Athens (2002); Kaleidoscope-Olympic Games at the Swatch Competition at the Acropolis of Athens (2002); Scan Istanbul at Nylon Gallery of Ortaköy in Istanbul (2003); and VideoArt at the Athens School of Fine Arts (2005).
Victoria Karvouni currently lives and works in Athens.