Alexandros Garnavos, born in Athens, studied painting in northern Greece’s Ioannina before joining Simone Bergantini’s studio in Milan and working next to painter Ignazio Gadaleta. He draws inspiration from his everyday life and his memories. The photographer explains that he maintains a diary-type relationship with his camera. He captures these instants that call out to him to share sensations that...
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