WOMANHOOD IS – Exhibition Curation

PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION AND ONLINE EXHIBITION WOMANHOOD IS WOMENPHOTOGR, the first community in Greece dedicated to female, LGBT+ and non-binary photographers is organizing a photography competition and online exhibition, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, March 8th, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. The … Continue reading WOMANHOOD IS – Exhibition Curation

PHOS ATHENS 2021 – Judge and Portfolio Reviewer

PHOS ATHENSJAN-FEB 2021 STREET PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL GREECE by & SINGLES CONTEST Submit for free at 1-5 unrelated street photography pictures in jpg and 1200 px longest side, plus a short CV, by Feb 15, 2021! The finalist and the winning pictures will be curated by: Dora Lavazou, Vicky Markolefa, Niki Gleoudi, Jens Krauer, Cristian Crisbasan, Yiannis Yiasaris, Marius … Continue reading PHOS ATHENS 2021 – Judge and Portfolio Reviewer

Imagine: Visions of Hope

Honoured to see one of my images, Holding Hands, selected for this global storytelling project and presented along with masterpieces by masters of photography. --- The Iris Photo Collective and Focus on the Story raise the curtain on their new collaboration --- Imagine: Visions of Hope --- to remind us of our collective ability to … Continue reading Imagine: Visions of Hope


ΠΡΟΣΚΛΗΣΗ Το Εργαστήρι Φωτογραφίας PhotoProletarii  σας προσκαλεί την Τρίτη 10 Μαρτίου στις 19.00 στην γνωριμία της φωτογράφου - σκηνοθέτη Βίκυ Μαρκολέφα Η ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΩΣ ΜΕΣΟ ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΚΗΣ ΑΛΛΑΓΗΣ στην΄ΚΑΤΑΦΥΓΗ΄ Αγία Βαρβάρας & Λακεδαίμονος 2 Δάφνη Είσοδος Ελεύθερη. 


Το τμήμα φωτογραφίας ΠΚΕ ΟΤΕ σας καλεί στην παρουσίαση – ομιλία της φωτογράφου κ. Βίκυς Μαρκολέφα με θέμα: «Η φωτογραφία ως μέσο κοινωνικής αλλαγής» Δευτέρα 17 Φεβρουαρίου, Ώρα: 19:00, αίθουσα Π.Κ. Είσοδος ελεύθερη Υπεύθυνος τμήματος: Δημήτρης Ζαχαρίου

SEEING RED Exhibition | Don’t Take Pictures Magazine

Found in the velvet lining of an antique jewelry box, in a drop of blood, or the pattern of a startling wallpaper, the color red is linked to many meanings and emotions. Prior to the late 1890s, color photography was considered a pipe dream—something that only madmen would claim to have accomplished. Today’s photographers take for … Continue reading SEEING RED Exhibition | Don’t Take Pictures Magazine