PHOTOGRAPHY

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WHAT'S ON

Photographer Nikos Nikolopoulos is showing a series of stills taken on the set of Theo Angelopoulos’ last film, before the internationally acclaimed director was killed in a traffic accident while working, on January 24, 2012.


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CULTURE

A rainbow arcs over the Acropolis in a recent photograph by Robert McCabe, the American photographer and now Greek citizen who has captured so many iconic scenes of the country since first visiting as a student in the mid-1950s.

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In “Anonymous Paths, a Personal View of Greece 2007-2017,” at the Benaki Museum’s Pireos Street annex, photographer Panagiotis Sotiropoulos presents a series that depicts a country in transition.

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In his first show in Greece, at the Benaki Museum’s Pireos Street annex, Canadian-born photographer Terry Tsiolis is showing work that demonstrates a shift from the editorial work he made his name with to a more intimate and personal vernacular.


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Award-winning artist, photographer and filmmaker Alison Jackson is making her Greek debut with a retrospective photography show in the foyer of the Pallas Theater. “Seeing is Deceiving” is an interplay of older and new work from her never-seen-before “Disaster” series that comments on the bombardment of images and news people are exposed to on a […]


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CULTURE

The yellow Patsiadis mansion, once part of Ernst Ziller’s “neighborhood of mansions” built in the late 19th century, stands proudly where it’s always been, surrounded by traffic light trails, seemingly the only steady object in a nighttime shot from Alexandra’s Square.



Fishermen (1955), by Robert A. McCabe.
WHAT'S ON

Photographs by Robert McCabe, whose images captured Greece in the 1950s and 60s, are on display at Mykonos Castle and the island’s archaeological museum.

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CULTURE

Photographs from the southeastern Aegean island of Patmos in 1912, the first year of the Italian occupation, have been collected in one edition by the Ephorate of Antiquities of the Dodecanese.


'At some point I just started using my phone to photograph my wanderings, just like everyone else does,' Staveris says.
SPYROS STAVERIS

As radical and influential a man as he is a photographer, Spyros Staveris is also surprisingly modest and softly spoken.

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The PhotoProletarii photography group is putting on an exhibition at the municipally run Melina Mercouri Cultural Center in downtown Athens.