The photographer Spyros Staveris was born in Greece but grew up and was educated in France. Alternating between Paris and Athens for many years, his work has been published in several newspapers and magazines, both in France and internationally. In the 1980s he returned to Greece where, since then, he has tackled photographing the many facets of the Greek society, taking a particular interest in its hidden and unusual aspects. In this way, Spyros Staveris’ sensitive eye offers a new, inquisitive look at Greece, its culture, and its inhabitants, as opposed to the usual rhetoric about the country. His series...
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