wow, it’s been a while since I’ve posted. I’ve been preparing for the start of my summer residency. So much to think about, so much to do. But this morning I’m thinking about my long neglected blog and today I’d like to share the work of Panos Kokkinias.
Kokkinias is a Greek photographer whose work I came across and was greatly inspired by, while researching my MFA thesis. Kokkinias got his MFA from Yale, so he’s got that going for him ;) He also earned a PhD in photography from Derby University in GB.
What drew me to his work is his cinematic aesthetic, and the concept of constructed realities. I especially love his landscapes that include figures. The figures are so tiny within the landscape that you almost don’t see them. There is something very mysterious and magic about their discovery.
to see more, check out his website