User:John Stathatos

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John Stathatos is a photographer, writer, freelance curator & art critic. He was born in Athens in 1947 and studied philosophy and political science in London. His work has been exhibited in many European venues and galleries, and his writings on photography and the arts are published internationally. He has curated major exhibitions for the Greek Ministry of Culture, the British Council, the Arts Council of England, the National Gallery of Greece, the Israeli Photography Biennale and others. Principal publications include The Invention of Landscape (Camera Obscura, 1995), Photography in the Visual Arts (Academy Editions, London 1995), A Dream of Urbanity: Art & the City (Academy Editions, London 1996), Image & Icon: The New Greek Photography (Macedonian Museum of Modern Art, 1997) and Archaeologies (Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, 2003). He is a regular contributor to European Photography and other periodicals. Website (includes photographs and texts):

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