Presentation of Photographs from Black Sea - by Pavlos Kozalidis

FilmNeverDie Shooters Monthly Photo Walk Group
FilmNeverDie Shooters Monthly Photo Walk Group
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FilmNeverDie

6 Watertank Way · Melbourne

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What we'll do

An One Night only event, a free photo presentation of the Black Sea

7th of December 2019, 8-10pm

Not quite Christmas yet but we do have a gift for you, a rare visit from a friend far away, all the way from Greece, Pavlos Kozalidis a guest lecturer for Leica, with works in top museum and galleries, he is currently in Melbourne.

Pavlos Kozalidis was born in the port city of Piraeus, Greece. He spent his childhood years between Greece and North America. In the late 1980's Pavlo began his photographic journey. Starting in far East Asia. He has been photographing for the past thirty years throughout Africa, South America, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

He has a classical approach to photography, rarely disturbing the scene, striving to keep a balance between his emotion and the composition of his frame. He offers us optimistic images which are not only visually pleasing but also thought provoking.

On the 7th of December he will be talking about his Black Sea work that was exhibited in the Museum of Photography Thessaloniki in Greece.
Pavlos will showcase 70+ photos of the Black Sea on the night, and discussing on why he still shoo in film and his philosophy behind it.

Pavlo's exhibitions and works:
Benaki Museum of Athens: Searching for a lost homeland. see gallery here
Museum of Photography Thessaloniki - Black Sea
Library of Patra
FotoArtFestival Poland
Museum of Modern Art in Cairo
Visiting Lecturer at:
Leica Academy Athens
Athens School of Arts
Cairo School of Arts
Alexandria School of Arts

You can see his 13 more photos of the Black Sea here as a teaser:
https://lightroom.adobe.com/shares/6f4a854c47f54671bdd971088efe9fe7

But RSVP now and join us for the night to find out about Pavlos and his work.
See you then!
love,
FilmNeverDie.