Bouboulina costumes of Spetses island, Greece by photographer George Tatakis

George Tatakis

22x International Awards.
Exhibited & Published Internationally.
Works in Museum permanent collections.

Costumes of Vlachi, Macedonia, Greece, by photographer George Tatakis

This work is the evolution of ETHOS and the photographer himself and focuses on female traditional costumes all over Greece. The images are no longer snapshots of non-posed subjects, but the photographer now takes control of the whole scene and direction.

Lyra maker, Crete, Greece by photographer George Tatakis

Greece is home to an abundance of local events, that are bound to traditions and customs. Across the four corners of the country a great variety of events take place, related either to different times in history or geographic origins. These events and the tradition around them are the focus of ETHOS.

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Fragonard Museum team

The images we have seen are absolutely brilliant.

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George Tatakis is an internationally awarded photographer, published in media such as the New York Times, National Geographic and Leica magazines. He exhibits his images in outlets such as the Benaki Museum, one of the most significant Museum organisations in Europe, and Fragonard Museum in France. His digital archive is safeguarded by the Benaki Museum.

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