These pictures are the product of Babis Kougemitros’ last two-year wandering in several places and areas of Attica(Greece), the zone between the city edges and the countryside. They depict vague, ambiguous and constantly changing landscapes that people’s misconceptions often reject them as being ugly or aesthetically unworthy. This is also, a photographic endeavour of remapping the familiar landscapes of childhood ...

Panos Kefalos started his project “saints” in the fall of 2012, when his involvement in a unrelated work brought him to Victoria Square, the first of the neighbourhoods of Athens that he documented for ''saints''.

Last week we have been to Athens and we discovered this amazing skatepark project in the heart of the city. Zachos Varfis (40), works in Athens as architect. “I sill love skating, but the problem was i could not go anymore in places like small skateparks with kids and very young boys, i wanted to […]

Written by Eleonora Milner Athens Photo Festival, the leading international festival of photography in Southeastern Europe, officialy opened last week. The Festival, under the title “Reframe Memory”, is curated by Manolis Moresopoulos and organised by the Hellenic Centre for Photography. The 2015 theme explores the relationship between past and present, both experimental and mainstream, bringing […]