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K L A V D I A
B A L A M P A N I D O U


Klavdia Balampanidou (b.1991) is a Greek photographer currently based in Athens.

She studied Audiovisual Arts at the Department of Sound and Visual Arts of the Ionian University. She holds a Master’s degree in History and Theory of Art from the Department of Fine Arts at the Technological University of Cyprus.

Her work has been selected for exhibitions in the United Kingdom, Greece and Italy. Klavdia also nominated in 2018 as one of the Young Greek Photographers by the Hellenic Center of Photography. Recently, in 2021 she was also selected for 30 Under 30 Women Photographers by Artpil.


The works available are part of her project:
They Sing A Song Only You Can Hear


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D O M O N K O S
V A R G A


Domonkos Varga (b. 1998, Budapest, Hungary) is a photographer and conceptual artist based in Budapest.

Domonkos Varga’s work portrays the influential elements of the world around him and his generation. Simultaneously, he also has the will to make an impact on people by drawing attention to problematic social issues.
His projects are always featuring a well-researched background from which he constructs visual metaphors and builds up meaningful narratives.

He studied Photography at Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design in Budapest, Hungary, and at Aalto University School of Arts and Design in Helsinki, Finland.

He is a Parallel Photo Platform 3rd Cycle Artist and also a member of Studio of Young Photographers (FFS) in Budapest.


The prints available are part of the project:
Acts of Cassandra


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L E S L I E
S H A N G   Z H E F E N G




Leslie Shang Zhefeng (b. 1991, Baoji, China) is a photographer currently living in Shanghai.

In his work, Leslie pays attention to the rapidly development of Chinese society, its exponential growth of the cities and how this affect on its population and natural environment. By observing the current situation of his homeland, Leslie reveals challenging moments in today’s Chinese society in contrast with its own history.

His work has been published in numerous international magazines such as Der Greif and INDIE.


The prints available are part of the project:
Shangai Scenery


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