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Makis Makris

The Essence of Moments . Elements (fragments) that compose the daily life, which are located either in the most familiar places or outside of them, as a part of the complexity of the human activities, are the raw materials with whose the photographer becomes a creator of a new world, a new transformed reality.

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Betty Manousos

Dérives (Drifts). Dérives (Drifts) refers to Phychogeographical Walking. I’ve always loved wandering through city streets and exploring the sights and areas of a city, uncovering spots I wouldn’t otherwise come across.

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Vrettakos Alexandros

PASSING BY. In my portfolio PASSING BY I present photographs, where the time of photography is a predominant element, as in most of them there are people moving, so the choice of moment is decisive in the composition and the final form of the image.

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George Koutsouvelis

Questions of Form. A small set of pictures from my long term project with the same title. I like to imagine this body of work as a questionnaire on how a modern Metropolis affects human everyday life.

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Sakis Dazanis

Street Life. Street Life is a collection of pictures taken in my hometown and during trips searching for an impromptu protagonist and an unexpected story.

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Tasos Biris

The Arrival and the Reunion. A research for the infinitely small moment where we can taste beauty and incorporate it once and for all in our private eternity.

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George Tsilis

Intangible Forms. Photographic routes that paint obscure forms in unclear time and space. How can we accurately photograph the paths of our mind? How can doubt, love, our personal conflicts be captured? Looking inwards…the place where our imagination and obsessions reside.

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Antonis Giakoumakis

From a Distance. Observing people from a distance, you have the feeling that you are distancing, becoming objective … free! It’s like having a fuller picture of the moving area.

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Efi Longinou

I discovered photography for myself as a mean of artistic expression and it became my new passion ever since then. Taking pictures provided me with the opportunity to follow the curiosity I have for people with the same fervency I feel when working as an actress.

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Stavros Stamatiou

A raven’s dream. The series “A raven’s dream” is an attempt to deal with the uncanny (“unheimlich”), to dive into an age of innocence where everything seemed to be mysterious, enigmatic, sometimes ominous.

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Hara Sklika

Days at the Channel. “Days at the Channel” series where taken during a time period of regular visits to various locations around the English Channel, in an attempt to observe and capture the coexistence of people and the urban landscape.

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Panagiotis Kotsiris

Streets of Athens. What comes first? The point or the man? This is a story of anonymous people crossing the city and it is also a tribute for those who started but never got anywhere.

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Anthimos Ntagas

The mystique of the unexpected. I am fascinated with the way people act when they are unaware of my existence. To capture the true identity of a person is the main goal of my work.

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