I photographed entrances of apartment buildings in Athens, covering a wide range of aesthetics, from the archaic kitsch and the grotesque banal to the bourgeois and the sweet details of human presence. I was interested in the architecture, the interiors as a powerful psychosocial indicator. Dimitris Kleanthis
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