We don’t talk enough about the Museum of Photography in Thessaloniki, which, under the direction of Vangelis Ioakeimidis, never fails to impress. On view currently is a large retrospective of Arthur Tress. The exhibition is a surrealist labyrinth, featuring a selection of 145 pieces from the entire photographer’s career, beginning when he was 16.
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