Dimitris Yeros is one of the first Greek artists to present Performances, Body Art, Video Art, and mail Art .
He has had 54 individual exhibitions of his work held in Greece and abroad: in Κoln, Dusseldorf, New York, Kassel, Oxford (Oxford University), Darmstadt, Indiana-USA (Ball State Art Gallery), Heidelberg, Nicosia, Milan, Michigan (Kelsey Museum of Art), Strasburg-France, Bochum (The Bochum Museum), Berlin, Wuppertal, Mannheim, etc.
He has participated in numerous international group exhibitions, Biennales and Triennales around the world.
He has designed sets and costumes for both theatrical and cinema productions.
In 1977 he produced an autobiographical color movie entitled "Yeros by Yeros". In 1984 the Greek Minister of Culture released a film on his work.
In 1981 he designed a set of medallions cut in silver and gold under the general title "The Four Elements of Nature". One such series is exhibited at the British Museum in London together with other medallions by Yeros. In 1990 he created silver microskulptures for Vourakis Jewelers inspired by the 12 signs of the Zodiac.
A book of his art titled "Yeros" has been published in 1984 by Forkys Publications with text by Yannis Patilis. Another book-catalogue of his work titled "Dimitris Yeros" was published by the Bochum Museum on the event of his retrospective there in 1986. In 1997 the Prefecture of Biotia published a book entitled "D.Yeros" with an introduction to the artist's work by Professor and Academician Chrysanthos Christou. In 1998 was published by Planodion Publications his book "Theory of the Nude" with an introduction by the Director of the Museum of Modern Art Bologna Pr. Peter Weiermair. In 1999 was published by Phyllo Publications his book "Periorasis" with foreword by the author Michel Deon and introduction by the Director of the Centre Regionale de la Photografie-France Pierre Devin. In 2000 was published, also by Phyllo Publications, his book "For a Definition of the Nude" with an introduction by Peter Weiermair. D.Yeros with an essay by John Wood (Ermoupolia -Greece 2001). Yeros - Caravouzis with an assay by Athena Schina, Greece 2008. In 2010 published the book "Shades of Love" inspired by the poems of C.P.Cavafy with a foreword by Edward Albee and introduction by John Wood, Insight Editions-California.
Many of his graphics have been published by leading art editors. He has illustrated books and magazines.
In 1987 UNICEF chose his work "The Dangers of Curiosity" to print on its cards for international circulation.
Numerous works by Dimitris Yeros are to be found in many private collections, national galleries and museums worldwide: Tate Britain, Gety-LA, International Center of Photography-New York, National Portrait Gallery-London, The British Museum-London, Museum Bochum-Germany, Musee des beaux-arts de Mobreal-Canada and elsewhere.
He collaborate with the Throckmorton Fine Arts in New York, Holden Luntz gallery in Palm Beach , Vance Martin Fine Arts in San Francisco and Kapopoulos Fine Arts in Athens-Greece