Chloé Kritharas Devienne is a Greek-French photographer whose work is characterised by an ambivalence between photojournalism and romanesque frescoes. Whether she is photographing a traditional carnival on the Greek island of Serifos, migrants’ camps, demonstrations in Athens or even gipsy weddings, she succeeds in capturing the eyes of the people she photographs with sincerity and dignity. Chloé Kritharas Devienne is...
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