Monumenta: Photograph a Greek Building in Danger; You Could Save it and Win a...

In an effort to create a huge data base of Athenian architectural wonders that are rapidly-disappearing , Monumenta is hosting a photo competition, titled...

The Plight of Refugees Captured in Photos by Pulitzer Prize Winner Yannis Behrakis’ on...

In the photo exhibition People on the Move, the camera of Pulitzer prize-winning photojournalist Yannis Behrakis captures the plight of refugees forced to leave...

Rare Onassis Photos Found on Skorpios

In the closets of the furniture on the private island Skorpios, located in the Ionian Sea that was owned by the late tycoon Aristotle...

TIME Magazine Features Greek Photographer’s Images Of Crisis-Stricken Greece

TIME magazine’s online edition hosts powerful images of austerity-hit Greece captured by Greek photographer Angelos Tzortzinis in an effort to depict the aftermath of the European...

Christmas in Athens 55 Years Ago

In December 1960, Athens was clean, shiny and wore its Christmas lights and decorations with gusto. Two great photographers, Costas Balafas and Dimitris Harisiadis captured...

Photos of Athens in the 1800s Presented at the National Archaeological Museum

Starting from the first photograph ever taken in Greece, in 1839, a panorama of photographic and three-dimensional images from the 19th and 20th century will...

American Photographer Abranowicz in Ioannina

American photographer William Abranowicz has been invited to participate in the art festival Fotometria that will take place in Ioannina, the largest city of...

Legendary Photojournalist Giannis Kyriakides Dies at 92

One of Greece's top photojournalists, Giannis Kyriakides, who wrote history in the field of photography through his unique style of work, has died at...
The Swiss philhellene Frédéric Boissonnas was the first foreign photographer who extensively toured Greece for about thirty years in order to photograph the landscapes and people of the country.

Frédéric Boissonnas, The Photographer Who Fell in Love with Greece

  The Swiss philhellene Frédéric Boissonnas was the first foreign photographer who took it upon himself to tour Greece to exhaustively photograph the landscapes and...

AP Photojournalist Denounces Illegal Detention

Nikolas Giakoumidis, photojournalist for Associated Press, filed a signed complaint against the way he was treated by the police in Thessaloniki on May 21. Giakoumidis...

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