The 22nd annual Photobiennale in Greece opened in Thessaloniki on May 9th. The theme of this year’s festival is Logos (“Speech”), the conclusion of a thematic trilogy with Topos (2008) and Chronos (2011). Throughout the city, visitors will find over 1,000 photographs taken by 100 Greek and foreign photographers from 23 different countries. This year’s festival explores the boundaries between the imaginary and the real, as well as the boundaries of photography itself.
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