Valerie KARAKATSANIS

Photographs

Professional photographer and Graphic Designer graduated from a school of applied arts, I completed my training at the school Gobelins, then the school of the Louvre ... About my career ... drawing, painting, graphic arts and finally photography ... Fascinated by architecture, industry and urban universes, I had the chance to live in London and explore this city with many architectural facets ... The vast majority of my images were carried out in the heart of the City. Everything seems to go very quickly in this world and we do not have any more, or do not take more time to observe our environment ... and yet "the beauty is everywhere ... It is not it which misses in our eyes, this are our eyes failing to see him "...

Publication: Dodho Magazine Publication: "ArchiMinimal The Urban and Urban Street Collections" Publication: Magazine "Eye Photo Magazine" Contest: 3rd place - "DesignFestival" - Beaugrenelle Paris

BBA Gallery - Contemporary Art in Berlin, April 2019 in "Centered" exhibition Valid World Hall Gallery in Barcelona, March 2019 in "Urban Scenery" exhibition ArchiMinimal Photography Roadshow - 2018 "COME LOOK AT MY TOWN" is the first ArchiMinimal Photography traveling exhibition. With 37 photographs on display, 37 photographers from Italy and the World give life to a virtual tour around the globe, showing their personal view of the contemporary city - from Italy to France and Germany, from Great Britain to the United States until Japan. The photographs on display and the effects of architectural features and the human element making of our cities alive and kicking, an evocative place full of creative ideas to investigate the many aspects of the urban landscape. "COME SEE MY CITY" is the first traveling exhibition ArchiMinimal Photography. With 37 photographs on display, 37 photographers from Italy and the world give life to a virtual tour around the globe, showing their personal vision of the contemporary city - from Italy to France and Germany, from Great Britain to United States to Japan. The exhibited photographs highlight the interaction between the urban setting and its architectural features and the human element that makes our cities vibrant and stimulating, an evocative place full of creative ideas to explore the many aspects of the urban landscape. - January: Bologna - February: Genoa - April: Naples - May: Ancona - June: Milan - July: Monza - August: Lecce - September: Rimini