Orpheas Sampatakakis is a young Athenian who calls himself a “strolling photographer”. He collects unusual images in the streets of Athens, the city where he grew up and lives. They are characterized by a pleasant mixture of ironic sweetness slightly tinged with absurdity. This series that works as a kind of photo novel is the most personal project of Orphéas...
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