INLOOK (2004)

As part of contemporary art seems to be becoming more and more hermetical – the manner in which art is presented is often more important than the contents – as exceptionally complex, or simplistic, installations attempt to explore the human experience, the photographer created a portfolio of works in which the peculiarity of the subject matter, an idiomatic title and a kitsch presentation converge to cauterise the controversial relationship between art and human experience. The exhibition at the Photography Centre of Athens was a small reaction to the OUTLOOK exhibition presented at the time. Photographs from the photographer’s professional archive were used for the occasion.

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