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Greek Photographs of the 20th century
Ioannis Lambrou, Souvenir

Greek Photographs of the 20th century

Perikles Alkidis » Yiagos Athanassopoulos » Alexandros Avramidis » Manolis Baboussis » Kostas Balafas » Fred Boissonnas » Athena Chroni » Anthony Decaneas » Alexandros Georgiou » Mimika Gounari » Maria Gylli » Socrates Jordanidis » Stratos Kalafatis » Katerina Kaloudi » Olga Kaloussi » Dimitris Karadimos » Yiorgos Katsagelos » Viktor Koen » Costas Kolokythtas » Ioannis Lambrou » Dimitris Letsios » Eleftheria Lialios » Yiorgos Lykides » Eleni Maligoura » Constantine Manos » Yiannis Marapas » Despina Meimaroglou » Spyros Meletzis » Nelly´s » Theodoros Nikoleris » Yiannis Psychopedis » Platon Rivellis » Simos Saltiel » Costis Sergis » Panayotis Sotiropoulos » Theofilos Stoupiadis » Yiannis Stylianou » Dimitris Tloupas » Dimitris Tsoublekas » Nayia Yiakoumaki » Katerina Zoitopoulou-Mavrokefalidou »

Exhibition: 1 Jul – 26 Oct 2004

Thessaloniki Museum of Photography

3, Navarchou Votsi str.
54624 Thessaloniki

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Tue-Sun 11-19

Greek Photographs of the 20th century
Stratos Kalafatis (1966) From the series "Diary 1998-2002"

The exhibition Greek Photographs of the 20th Century consists of works created within the time span of that wondrous as well as horrific century and on the eve of the 21st. All of them belong to the Museum’s permanent collection. They are works by Greek artists or by artists of Greek origin who have either worked in Greece, or whose work brings forward other, metaphorical aspects of contemporary Greek identity. With one significant exception: Swiss-born Fred Boissonnas, who during the first three decades of the 20th c. worked intensively and methodically on depicting Greece by means of thousands of photographic plates, becoming thus the most influential photographer in Greece during the midwar period. His work is included in this exhibition as a tribute to his rich activity and to his significant contribution to Greek photography. The exhibition is an anthology of works that aims to highlight, elliptically and metaphorically, the country's portrait through 20th century photography. Furthermore it aims to set a concise outline of the evolution of greek photography through the work of more or less renowned artists. Hercules Papaioannou The exhibition consists of works of: Fred Boissonnas, Nelly’s, Theodoros Nikoleris, Spiros Meletzis, Takis Tloupas, Dimitris Letsios, Constantinos Manos, Costas Balafas, Yiannis Lambrou, Yiorgos Lykides, Socrates Jordanides, Katerina Zoitopoulou-Mavrokefalidou, Yiannis Stylianou, Dimitris Karadimos, Manolis Baboussis, Anthony Decaneas, Platon Rivellis, Yiagos Athanassopoulos, Eleni Maligoura, Aris Georgiou, Pericles Alkidis, Olga Kaloussi, Eleftheria Lialios, Yiannis Psychopedis, Yiorgos Katsagelos, Simos Saltiel, Panayotis Sotiropoulos, Alexandros Avramidis, Mimika Gounari, Katerina Kaloudi, Dimitris Tsoumplekas, Maria Gylli, Athena Chroni, Stratos Kalafatis, Yiannis Marapas, Theofilos Stoupiadis, Costas Kolokythtas, Nayia Yiakoumaki, Costis Sergis, Despina Meimaroglou, Viktor Koen.

Greek Photographs of the 20th century
Dimitris Karadimos (1948) Coffee house in Aminta, 1973-1974.
Greek Photographs of the 20th century
Eleftheria Lialios (1953) The death of traditional wedding, 1983