Domina Apostolidou is a young photographer who lives in Komotini, Greece. Her last series, entitled Little Presence, talks plainly about herself, her daily life and her friends. She likes to introduce it in the following way. Let’s play a game. I want to disguise myself in order to appear in front of you. I cannot stand you looking at me, bare,...
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