“Contemporary Greek architecture through the lens of Erieta Attali” is Erieta Attali’s architecture photography exhibition held in Fondation Hellenique from 10th of May until the 30th of September.
background building Detroit Motors in Athens by Nikos Ktenas
Erieta Attali’s photography series in Greece offer insights on the broader contexts that surround Greek architects’ buildings and the experience of discovering them.
Her photographs include the landscape, surrounding the buildings. This point of view differs from the usual presentation of Greece, as a country of the periphery. A view that looks with a perverse apotheosis at the disordered or decayed urban condition.
Kokkinou+Kourkoulas Architects, Benaki Museum
Images that focus in both the resonances and contrasts, continuities and discontinuities.
MPLUSM Architects, Private House in Athens
Thus, considering the landscape and the site on which architecture is being practiced over the last decades in Greece.
Nikos Ktenas – Private House in Samos
The exhibition includes photography of Greek architecture offices such as: Kokkinou & Kourkoulas Architects and Associates, MPLUSM Architects, Georges Batzios Architects, DECA Architecture, Nikos Ktenàs Architecture
Credits & Details
Exhibition Title: Contemporary Greek architecture through the lens of Erieta Attali
Dates: May 10 – September 30
Photography: Erieta Attali
Location: Fondation Hellenique, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, 47 B Bd JOURDAN / 75014 Paris
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