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Tag Archives | Greece

Aegean Sea, Greece winter 2016

Caesura – the duration of a sigh

“Caesura” is a collection of photographs about the transitory identity state of refugees and migrants entering Greece after crossing the Aegean Sea on their way to Europe

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TSEPELOVO, GREECE - December 2012. Α female hand opens the curtain.

The Shadow of Things

Looking at Antigone Kourakou’s photographs, one fully perceives the suggestive range of photographic abstraction. Although there is scarce visual information that connects the pictures with the real scenes, the situations,

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A closed down video club in Filippou Str, Thessaloniki, Greece

Going out of Business

With Greece in its 6th year of recession, tens of thousands of small businesses have been forced to close and many more are likely to go the same way.

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Milos, Cyclades Islands (Greece) - August 2015

Back to the Cyclades, a trip in Greece – photo essay by Paolo Ruggiero

Here I am again, among those whitewashed streets, among these cats that are the most blessed in the world and, among the Meltemi flurries.

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ATHENS, GREECE - September 2012. Immigrants loiter on Athinas street in central Athens. Most of Athens' immigrant population finds refuge, legal and illegal employment in the city's historic center.

Marcos Andronicou | Athens: Life in the Broken City

A volatile air of misery and uncertainty has plagued the Greek capital since the onset of the Global Economic Crisis in 2008.

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