In these difficult times, it is more necessary than ever to recognize the interesting work coming out of Greece. The Kalfayan Galleries from Athens and Thessaloniki are exhibiting several artists from diverse disciplines, like the London-based Serbian artist Breda Beban. Although he normally works with moving images, here we see a series of stills from Art Vivo, inspired by his childhood imagination. One features simple intimate moment from a dance in the street. Another photographer represented here is Hrair Sarkission, and his images of landscapes and urban environments, the result of a several reflections on modern realities. Through a purely documentary style, everyone will appreciate the paradox between the beauty and the circumstances of their social aspect, which the artists seems to want to underline.
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