Initially, Photomorgue seems to be a bad taste joke in which a group of friends, all part of the Greek photography scene in the 70s and members of the Photography Centre of Athens, meet the camera lens naked, lying on what seems to be the cold gurney of the morgue. But as all of them look into the lens with open eyes, the portfolio becomes a metaphor for the time of death, the death of creation and the creation of a new kind of time, photographic time. The photo shot took place when the Photography Centre of Athens celebrated its 15th anniversary.

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