The Human Traces have been lost | Hellinikon Airport

This body of work is a triptych research and a cultural excavation on the parallels of the current distressed Greek economy, the descent of Olympic Airways (OA) and the ruins of Hellinikon former international airport, as part of an ambitious redevelopment plan. All three aspects are interwoven traces of Aristotle Onassis’ bloodline, OA disintegration, Greece’s economy and the nations antigovernment feelings leading into modern ruins.    

The body of work consists of vintage photographs, documents found in the ruins and images from the Hellinikon international airport, in Athens, Greece. 

While researching how the economy of Greece collapsed, how OA departed from its golden era and interviewing staff members of the former airport and OA, a pattern from the administrational inefficiency in the company became noticeably similar to that of the country’s. There are numerous collateral mismanagements in the way both the company and the country were handled.

New NDSU art exhibit reflects how society views America

FARGO—A new art exhibit at NDSU is reflecting on how society views America.

The exhibit at the Memorial Union Gallery is titled "State of The Union."

The gallery addresses themes discussed in the news this year, including: immigration, gun control, the economy and sexual orientation.

Artists from across the country contributed to the exhibit.

The idea is to get thinking about what they care about politically, since President Trump's inauguration.

"It looks at where America is one year later, it makes you think about what's changed but also what has stayed the same," said Anthony Faris, Gallery Coordinator.

The Gallery will run until March 1 and is open to the public.

Emerging Photographer | PDN

Selected as an Emerging Photographer, 2017, by PDN Magazine

Huffington Post

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is infested. 2,000 pigeons have come home to roost on a defunct aircraft carrier. This is Fly by Night, the newest project by Creative Time, a socially-engaged arts organization best known for the Tribute in Light, those ghostly beams that punch the sky over Manhattan every year in the week running up to September 11th.

MU Gallery ‘State of the Union’ Exhibit

 The Memorial Union Gallery is hosting the “State of the Union” exhibit through March 1. The Gallery is open from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for the public and showcases works from across the nation.
Kelly Schlagel, one of the gallery’s organizers, announced the reception for Feb. 13. The reception, according to Schlagel, is a time when people who are involved with the gallery, including the artists and the juror, will talk about the works of art and the overall theme of the gallery.

Schlagel said the arts, in general, tend toward the left of the political spectrum, but that the exhibit seems “pretty well represented.” Schlagel notices some pieces that are “either ambiguous and moderate or a little bit more right.”


A militant rebel leader left everything behind to flee Afghanistan for Greece. Now he and his family live in limbo while his violent past continues to haunt him.

LOOK3 | 2015

WORKS returns in June of 2015, watch for the lineup announcement in late spring. Meanwhile, check out the past WORKS artists!

A celebrated outdoor projection event in the heart of the LOOK3 Festival, WORKS are evening projections in the Charlottesville Pavilion. Established professionals and emerging artists are given the rare opportunity to fully express an entire project to a large audience free from typical commercial constraints.

New York Photo Salon

Presentation on A History of Topography, at the SVA theater, 2017.

Kiosk of Democracy

And Her Name Mother of Exile (I, II, III), (2015, 2016) is a triptych project that focuses on documenting the refugees who reached the island of Mytilene in Greece.

The title is a reference to the Emma Lazarus sonnet “The New Colossus” which was intended as a tribute to the Statue of Liberty in 1883.


Or Marilena was just 14 years old when he was found by the South of Athens, in the Qatari desert to take pictures with a SLR camera. "I wanted to pull a tree in the middle of nowhere. I was influenced by the book «Africa» of Sebastiao Salgado, a trip to Africa. How he will immortalize a moment with such intensity and emotion? How would show the isolation and loneliness of this tree? I wanted the tree to talk to my lens. At that moment I realized that the camera is a fantastic means of expression and photography my passion " . The young photographer through the image he wants to tell stories of people with different cultures, in order to inform and also to sensitize the viewer. Her work is always based on research, usually social content and touching character.

SVA Chelsea Gallery

School of Visual Arts presents “Mentors,” an exhibition of work by BFA Photography students inspired by their mentorships with key figures in the New York arts community. Drawn from the ranks of the city’s best-known photographers, curators, art directors, publishers, art dealers, critics and writers, the mentors are paired with students based on their field of expertise and the student’s area of concentration. The 2014 – 2015 mentors include photographer Tina Barney; video and performance artist Kalup Donte LinzyKathy Ryan, director of photography for New York Times Magazine; and Caroline Wolff, director of photography for W magazine, among others. The exhibition will be on view Saturday, March 21, through Saturday, April 4, at the SVA Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, New York City.

SVA Gramercy Gallery

School of Visual Arts presents “Social Senses,” an exhibition of photography, sculpture and drawings by current students and recent alumni featuring works that critique contemporary culture. Curated by Richard Brooks, assistant director of SVA Galleries, the exhibition will be on view Tuesday, August 12, through Saturday, September 13, at the SVA Gramercy Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, New York City.