Anna Pantelia: Greece’s Dirty Secret

“My father died of Leukemia when I was 12. Four other men from his shift lost their lives from Leukemia.” - Kostas, a 32 year old man who works as a guard for the Greek Public Power Corporation (DEI) tells me. Kostas’ father was one of the many workers of...

Rocco Venezia: Nekyia

Nekyia is a concept used by the philosopher C. G. Jung in the early 20th century as part of his analytical psychology, for him the Nekyia represent the “introversion of the conscious mind into the deeper layers of the unconscious psyche.”
More simply an inner journey of restoration for the whole...

Nele Gülck: Abandoned Thermal Springs

Since thousands of years, people visit the springs in the north of Greece. It is said that they have curative effects. Over the course of the economic crisis many state-owned spa resorts have been hurriedly abandoned by their administrations, leaving the sites to themselves. Today, left behind patient files are...

Diego Mayon: Athenstudio

Athenstudio is an architecture series with the aim to reveal an hidden face of the Greek capital through a socio-urban investigation: the high class brothels. Greece is in fact one of the few European countries that, regarding prostitution, follows a regulatory model: here the brothels are legally registered and offer...

Vassilis Konstantinou & Babis Kougemitros: Southern Province

These pictures are the outcome of a three-year photographic wandering of two photographers –Vassilis Konstantinou and Babis Kougemitros– in their places of origin: the provinces of Achaia and Arcadia respectively. In the context of this wandering, the photographers direct their gaze and lens to things simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar, focusing...

Javier Fergo: Immigratio

The European migrant crisis or European refugee crisis began in 2015, when an increasing number of refugees and migrants made the journey to the European Union (EU) to seek asylum, travelling across the Mediterranean Sea or through Southern Europe. They came from areas such as Western and South Asia, Africa,...

Dimitris Barounis: Pure South

The "other" side of Crete, mainly known through narratives which seems to have come out of a novel, unseen at first sight. Land and inhabitants in a complete interaction, traditional customs, often in a primitive mode, maintain their influential power through time. It's difficult for anyone who is not an...

Luigi Avantaggiato: Where the West Sets

In the past few years, international governments, institutions, and media have used the expression “refugee crisis” to describe rising numbers of undocumented individuals and families fleeing to Europe from countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq, where they face harsh challenges, including war, poverty, persecution, and human rights violations. Hoping...

Vassilis Konstantinou: Unintentional Sculptures

Vassilis Konstantinou's project under the tittle' unintentional sculptures' was realized during the years 2015-1017 within the suburban landscape of Attica, which has gone through a great deal of changes due to the economic crisis. The photographer explores the landscape and decides to focus and highlight the man-made constructions that reveal...