A Metamorphosis Is Taking Place in the Dreamlike Universe of Yorgos Yatromanolakis

Yorgos Yatromanolakis is a greek photographer who lives and works between Athens and Crete. His work is focusing on long-term photography projects that turns them into books, experimenting with storytelling, materials and design. His latest photobook The Splitting of the Chrysalis & the Slow Unfolding of the Wings (2018), published by Void, will be at the […]

The Role of Wide-Angle Shooting in The Killing of a Sacred Deer

The Κilling of a Sacred Deer is the fifth full-length film of Yorgos Lanthimos (after The Lobster) and was released in in 2017. It received the Best Screenplay Award at the 70th Cannes Film Festival for its creative writing. The cinematography was conducted by Thimios Bakatakis, with whom the director maintains a long-lasting collaboration. The […]

The Well Preserved Role of Shame in Greek Society by Ioanna Sakellaraki

Ioanna Sakellaraki is a 28 year-old freelance photographer born in Athens, Greece, currently based in Brussels. Working with major global media, she is a graduate of photography, journalism and culture. Her personal projects explores the fine line between isolation and obsession looking at the connection of humans with places. In her series Aidos, Ioanna uses […]

Looking for Sun with Ilias Lois

Ilias Lois is a 24-year-old photographer from Greece, working in Athens for Photographos magazine. After photography classes at Athens University of Applied Sciences, he studied for one year in Italy where he enlarged his vision with sculpture and engraving, as it helped him to understand more aspects of image composition. He is currently working on a […]