Michael Pappas

The “Mitos” project is an ongoing ethnographic tribute that focuses on local costumes throughout Greece. The thread takes on symbolic dimensions and seeks to highlight popular culture and folk art seen in a contemporary context. The natural and cultural environment is the background that is associated with the “costumes” while the protagonists are always the people.

Exhibitions/
-The Benaki Museum of Greek Culture. Greece. Athens. 2018.
-Musee Fragonard. France. Grasse. 2019.
-International Photography Festival. Greece. Ioannina. 2021.

Michael Pappas is an Greek Photojournalist who travels all over Greece. He studied photography at the Academy of Leica in Athens. He has been published internationally, including National Geographic and partnered with brands such Unesco and more.

REFERENCES
-Images are published internationally, including National Geographic, VICE and more.
-Partnered with Blue Star Ferries, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, UNESCO.
-Digital archive is held and safeguarded by the Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece.

EXHIBITHIONS
-THE BENAKI MUSEUM OF GREEK CULTURE. GREECE. ATHENS. NOV6 2018 – JAN13 2019. ETHOS.
-MUSEE FRAGONARD. FRANCE. GRASSE. MAY25 – SEP22, 2019. ETHOS.
-INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL. GREECE. IOANNINA. 2021. MITOS.

TEACHING
2015 – 2021.

m.pappas.ph@gmail.com
+30 6977 803 643


News

EXHIBITHION
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL 2021

The mountains near the village of Limni, on the island of Evia, were in flames on Tuesday.
The New York Times – Michael Pappas

Επικοινωνία

m.pappas.ph@gmail.com

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