SCREENING COMMON PLACES / PARALLEL STORIES II & III WITH MUSIC BY MANOS MYLONAKIS
Outdoor Screening Common Places / Parallel Stories II & III with music by Manos Mylonakis
Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (ThMP)
Curation: KOSMAS PAVLIDIS – EMMANOUIL PAPADOPOULOS (STEREOSIS PHOTOGRAPHY)
The series of photographic screenings organized by the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography attempts, through a multi-level photographic narration, to detect common representations and varied differences throughout the European South and the Balkan Peninsula. A total of 37 photographers from ten countries are touring in the European Mediterranean and in the Balkans, in familiar or uninhabitable places that are socially and politically mutated, having perhaps the same orientation for the first time as that of the United Europe. With the special talent of the creators of the new generation and the power of the photographic image, the curators of the projection material Kosmas Pavlidis and Emmanouil Papadopoulos compose a mosaic of artistic narratives that palpable the wider social condition or more personal aspects, finally guiding us to Parallel Stories in Common Places.
Manos Mylonakis accompanies the photo screenings as (DJ-SET) music selections from his own discography. Musical themes from theater and cinema that give birth or being born by the images compose another parallel sound story in the courtyard of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall.
Curation: Kosmas Pavlidis, Emmanouil Papadopoulos (STEREOSIS PHOTOGRAPHY)
Common Places / Parallel Stories II
Alejandra Carles-Tolra – Spain
Berangere Fromont – France
Cansu Yildirian – Turkey
Kate Fichard – France
Iacopo Pasqui – Italy
Ismini Haholiadou – Cyprus
Louis De Belle – Italy
Orfeas Sampatakakis – Greece
Stefano Marchionini – Italy
Artemis Malta – Greece
Common Places / Parallel Stories III
Anargyros Drolapas – Greece
Adrej Lamut – Slovenia
Camille Leveque – France
Fabrizio Albertini _ Italy
Iacopo Pasqui – Italy
Jose David Valiente – Spain
Onur Girit – Turkey
Federico Clavarino – Italy
Ioustini Drakoulakou – Greece
Klavdia Balampanidou – Cyprus
CV Emmanouil Papadopoulos
Emmanouil Papadopoulos was born in Thessaloniki. He has been working as a freelance photographer since 1999. He is a co-founding member of Stereosis Photography since 2004. He has been teaching photography for the last 16 years. Since then, he has been working not only in Greece but also in various missions abroad (India, Qatar, Portugal, Turkey, Slovenia, Bulgaria, FYROM) and has visited Spain, the UK, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Morocco for his individual projects, Italy, Germany and all the Balkan countries. He has participated in many photography exhibitions in Greece at the Museum of Byzantine Culture, at the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, at Olympion Complex, etc. and abroad, at Goa Center for Alternative Photography (C.A.P.) in India. His cinematographic productions have been screened at Thessaloniki International Film Festival, at Athens International Airport El. Venizelos et al. His works belong to museums and private collections and have been published in many periodical and other publications. From 2014, he runs the “Living Postcards from Greece” digital platform, which is under the auspices of the Greek National Tourism Organization (EOT) and has been shown at the Athens International Airport El. Venizelos in cooperation with the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports. Since 2016 he has been working with COSMOTE TV and “Living PostCards from Greece” are screening at Cosmote History. He has taken up the position of general coordinator and artistic consultant in the field of visual arts for the 52nd Dimitria Festival of Thessaloniki. In the framework of the festival, he designed and directed the Revolution in Art multimedia exhibition.
CV Kosmas Pavlidis
Kosmas Pavlidis, born 1978, is a photographer, living and working in Thessaloniki, Greece. He is co-founder and academic director of Stereosis school of contemporary photography, created in 2004. He has curated numerous group and solo exhibitions, projections and publications for lens based artists. At the same time his work has been showcased in various group exhibitions and international festivals including Athens Photo Festival 2017, 6th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art (2017), Medphoto 2016 (Borders-Crossroads), Photobiennale Thessaloniki and Thessaloniki international film festival. In addition, he has exhibited his photographs in important art spaces such as Museo de Bogota, Casa Bianca, Michael Cacoyannis foundation, Benaki Museum, the Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki and in several galleries in Europe.