For the past ten years, the New York photographer Platon has photographed the world’s economic and political leaders for the most prestigious magazines. Greece is a personal work, a return to his native country. “These are pictures from my homeland, the Greek islands; the people I grew up with and the earthy spirit that informs my life.”
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