PHOTOGRAPHY WEEK 2017: events 16th – 20th November, Chania

The “Photography Week 2017” comprises a photo exhibition, workshops and lectures at different locations in Chania.

Events, dates and locations:

Thursday, 16.11.2017, at 20:00:
“Manolis Skoufias: From Self-identification to Narration” lecture by Eleni Maligoura.
“Personal Expression” by Giannis Koukourakis. Municipal Gallery of Chania, 98 – 102 Chalidon. Tel.:+30 28210 92294  and +30 28210 92419

Friday, 17.11.2017, at 19:00:
“The Photographic Originality of Eleftherios Venizelos”  – lecture by Yannis Stathatos at the National Foundation “Eleftherios K. Venizelos,
Elena Venizelou Square, Chalepa,Chania.

Friday, 17.11.2017, at 21:00:
“Spatial Time Fragments of Memory”, inauguration of a photographic video by Giannis Kritikos. Editing by Yannis Koukourakis. Agios Rokkos, northwestern corner of Splantzia Square, Chania.

Saturday, 18.11.2017. at 20:00:
“Young Greek Photographers 2017” opening a photo exhibition of 8 young photographers (Irene Angelidi, Louisa Vradi, Evi Gripari, Eleni Douloumi, Natasa Kandemiris, Konstantinos Konstantinou, Leonidas Panagopoulos, Maria Tsiliou).
Edited by Giorgos Anastassakis and Giannis Stathatos. SOUTH Space  Photography. Chania. For more information call 2821 041444

Monday, 20.11.2017, at 17:30:
“Giorgos Depollas – 50 Years of Photography”, lecture-workshop by Giorgos Depollas. Municipal Gallery of Chania.

The Municipality of Chania, the Municipal Art Gallery of Chania, the National Foundation “Eleftherios K. Venizelos”, the Ephorate of Antiquities of Chania, the Center of   Mediterranean Architecture – CAM, the Photographic Association of Kythira, the Photography & Cinema Society Chania, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, SOUTH Space for Photography and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chania – Olive Mill co-organize the “Photography Week 2017”.

Source: Xaniotika Nea

Photography Week 2017
Photography Week 2017 – Chania


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