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Mark Adams
Mark Adams

Mark Adams is a photographer whose practice and research is concerned with landscape representation. His work explores the cultural forces that impact upon landscapes as well as the personal narratives that are woven into everyday places through walking.

Over the past 20 years Mark has exhibited in galleries and museums the United States, Europe and the UK. His work appears in Paris Lit Up magazine, Next Level, Der Greif magazine and recently in the American Landscape publication ‘Observations in the Ordinary’. He is member of Millennium Photographers Agency and Senior Lecturer in Photography at York St John University. He currently lives in North Tyneside.


Website: Mark Adams Photography

Mauro Curti
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Born in a small village in Piemonte, Bene Vagienna, in the province of Cuneo, Italy, self-taught Mauro Curti came to photography later in life. After working several jobs across sectors, he took a basic course in photography, packed his bags and embarked on a autodidactic research trip across Central and South America in which he focussed on actively exploring the medium of photography.

After several years of traveling through Central and South America, he briefly settled in Buenos Aires from 2015 to 2017 where he expanded photographic studies approaching analogue photography, before returning to Europe in 2017. The end of 2019 brought him back to his home of Bene Vagienne, which would become the protagonist of his project “Volver” (“Come back”). Through his work, Mauro was awarded a scholarship to study a Master’s in Artistic and Documentary photography at the University of Arts TAI (URJC) in Madrid Spain, where he currently lives.

Recently selected in “Discoveries PHotoESPAÑA 2022” (Madrid, Spain).


Website: Mauro Curti

Instagram: maurocurti_

Giacomo Infantino
Giacomo Infantino

Giacomo Infantino (b.1993) is a visual artist based between Milan and Varese. He obtained the BA in New Media and the MA in Photography both at Brera Academy, in Milan. He also studied abroad at Hochschule Für Grafik Und Bunchkunst, in Lipsia. He’s currently attending the BA in History and Stories of the Contemporary World at Insubria University, in Varese.

Infantino’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally thanks to group and solo shows such as Italian Institute of Culture (Prague 2021), Futuro Arcaico (Bari 2021), Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea – MUFOCO (Cinisello Balsamo, 2021), Camera Work Prize (Palazzo Rasponi, Ravenna, 2019), Still Gallery (Milan, 2020), Garbatella Images (Rome, 2021), Museo degli Innocenti (Florence, 2021), B-Part Gallery (Berlin, 2020), ABITARE – 999 Una collezione di domande sull’abitare contemporaneo (Triennale di Milano, 2018).


Website: Giacomo Infantino

Instagram: giacomo_infantino_

Natalia Kepesz
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The polish photographer Natalia Kepesz lives and works in Berlin. After graduating in cultural studies and art history at the Humboldt University Berlin, she studied photography at the Ostkreuzschule Berlin. She use photography as a means of self-expression –she makes pictures for herself, to identify with hidden qualities of her character, to better understand her reality, and to express her interpretation of the world around her. By photographing, she transforms her own childhood memories. Growing up was always accompanied by the urge to discover something else.

Natalia Kepesz is a World Press Photo Contest 2021 Portrait Series winner (3rd Prize), a winner of Portraits- Hellerau Photography Award 2021 (Residence Prize) and exhibition winner of Belfast Photo Festival 2021 and Photo Israel 2021. She is Les Jours Prize winner of Les Boutographies – recontres photographiques de Montpellier 2021.


Website: Natalia Kepesz

Instagram: nataliakepesz

Rosa Rodriguez
Rosa Rodriguez

Rosa Rodriguez is a Spanish photographer interested in societies and traditions and their influence on humanity.

Her current work focuses on communities that maintain a strong connection with nature in their way of life, and on highlighting the need to conserve our planet’s unique natural habitats.

Therefore, since 2016, she has carried out her work in the Arctic, one of most inhospitable and threatened parts of the world. She has been living alongside Nenets, Sami and Inuit, groups who maintain a strong connection with nature in their way of life.

The White Line won in 2020 Sustainable Price by IWPA, Shortlist Luma Rencontres Arles, and Selected Visa pour l´image Canon development programme, and won Scholarship Roberto Villagraz by EFTI 2019.

Also, has had solo exhibitions in Kursala University Cadiz 2021, Festival Encontros da Imagem 2020, ART PHOTO BCN 2020, and collective exhibitions in Tokyo, Kyoto, Geneva, and Ryad among others.


Website: Rosa Rodriguez

Instagram: rosa_rodriguez_photo

Stephie Grape
Stephie Grape

Stephie Grape was born in Zakynthos Island and now she lives and works in Athens. She has studied at the Law School of Athens and after that at Focus School of Photography (2013-14) and at D.I.E.K. Kifissias, Department of Photography (2014-16). Since then, she has attended the Contemporary Art Photography seminar (2017) curated by A. Zaverdas and the Dust Breeding Laboratory of Y. Karaellas and Y. Printos (2019). Her work has been presented in the exhibition Young Greek Photographers of Athens Photo Festival 2020 and she has participated in several group exhibitions. Also, part of her work is presented in the online gallery The Queer Archive Artshop. In recent years, I am in collaboration with the contemporary dance group Stereo Nero and she has worked as a photographer for the International airport El. Venizelos, for foreign and greek media (Vice France, Lifo Mag etc), for the National Museum of Contemporary Art (intership 2017-18) and she has participated in the video installation Laboratory of Dilemmas by G. Drivas for the Venice Biennale 2017.


Instagram: stephie_grape

Sakis Dazanis

Sakis Dazanis was born in 1967. He lives and works as an IT teacher in Kozani. Started photography in 2009. Attended photography seminars by Jacob Sobol, Platon Rivellis and Paris Petridis. Photography is beyond a tool of expression for him, an effort to socialize and understand fellow human beings, to explore and appropriate the urban and suburban landscape, a constant search for beauty and simplicity in the trivials. In 2014 he organized his first solo exhibition “On-Off” in his hometown. He participated in the group exhibition of the Photographic Circle “Family” at the Benaki Museum in 2015, while in 2016 in the “Cultural Landscapes” in Athens and in the group exhibition of Jacob Sobol “HOME” in Sydney. This year at Drama International Photo Festival and at “Tolerances” Photo Exhibition held in Athens and Norway. Many participations and distinctions at international street photography festivals (Miami, London, Sydney, Brussels).


Website: Sakis Dazanis

Instagram: sakisdazanis

Antonis Panagopoulos
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Antonis Panagopoulos was born in Selianitika, Aigio in 1961 and is a lawyer in Aigio.

He has been involved in photography as an amateur since 1981.

He has organized and participated in over 20 group and individual photography exhibitions in Aigio, Patras, Messolonghi, Leonidio, Athens etc.

He is a founding member of the photography club “IDYFOS” in Patras.

His photos have been published in the magazines “FOTOGRAFOS” and “PHOTO”.

Lefteris Paraskevaidis

Lefteris Paraskevaidis (1980) was born and raised in Thessaloniki. He lives and works in Athens as a professional photographer (shooting events, concerts, theatre and portraits). He also studies History of European Culture at the Hellenic Open University. Apart from his commissioned work, he develops personal photographic projects. In his work he focuses on the notion of identity and stereotypes and he also explores different aspects and conditions of everyday life and the behavior of the individual in the public realm. His work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Greece (solo exhibitions: Renowned Cities/2006, Urban Chromoforms/2013, Dark Village/2014, Rapid Eye Movement/2017). His photographic projects have been presented at international photo festivals such as Thessaloniki Photobiennale 2021, Antiparos International Photo Festival (AIPF), Art and Culture vs Xenophobia (A+CvsX), The PhotoWerkBerlin (European month of Photography 2020) and published at various international online photography magazines and platforms.


Website: Lefteris Paraskevaidis

Instagram: left_par

Open Call – Photometria Awards 2022 – for 14th consecutive year!
The established Photometria Awards photography competition is here for the 14th consecutive year!
Judge for the second time is Martin Parr! Follow the link for more information!
Contest: Photometria Awards 2022 judged by Martin Parr
Theme: Looking for the Light
Entry Fee: Free of charge
Duration: 1.4 – 31.5.2022

We look forward to your participation!