for Vice Greece
“Young Greek Photographers” (2010-2018) Athens Photo Festival.
,MOMus Thessaloniki Museum of Photography.
Curated by Manolis Moresopoulos
18.04 - 25.09.2019.
“saints.” - Solo exhibition.
Dates : 09/06 - 24/06
Reminders Photography Stronghold Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
131-0032 Sumida, Tokyo
Flyer designed by Shu Watanabe
My series Lava was selected as a Finalist for the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2017. Read more here.
Saints on Vice USA. Read the full article by Ellyn Kail here.
Saints published on LensCulture with my photobook’s introduction text, written by Christian Caujolle.
Read more [here]
My project “saints” has been selected by Magnum and LensCulture as a Finalist for the second annual Magnum Photography Awards! You can see my selected series, here.
See more about the Magnum Photography Awards 2017 at : https://www.lensculture.com/2017-magnum-photography-award-winners
Void and LensCulture collaborated for the project “My place, No place” and one of my photos was selected for the Guerrilla Exhibition and the zine published by Void.
You can buy the zine here : void.photo/store/my-place-no-place
Following the curation of Void & LensCulture, the selected photos were printed as posters and pasted on the streets of Athens, for a Guerrilla exhibition. In addition to the exhibition, Void posted the photos on LensCulture’s Instagram, as part of the take-over. Finally, for the last day of the project, Void published a zine of the project.
Learn more about the project : https://void.photo/lensculture
- Version: Printed
- Publication date: June 2017
- No. of pages: 208
- No. of photos: 153 (including 72 B&W’s and 81 colours)
- Cover photo: Panos Kefalos
doc! – when the story matters
My work “saints” got selected for the 2016 Gomma Grant Shortlist : http://www.gommagrant.com
The winners and honorable mentions will be announced on 15 February 2017.
Photo Exhibition & Open Party — SF Camerawork, San Francisco, California! http://www.sfcamerawork.org/exhibitions
34 Award-Winning Photographers!
This year’s winners, jurors’ picks and finalists defy any sense of déjà vu, their work covering street fashion and portraits, conceptual investigations and pure poetry, to moments of daily life — both ordinary and extraordinary.
The winners were chosen from a pool of submissions received from photographers in over 140 countries, making this truly a snapshot of tremendously varied urban life in places all over the planet, right now.
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