Synopsis, 2014

Fragments of urban images, virtual heroes’ busts, landscapes that resemble other landscapes and secret collections widen the relationship between photography and memory, reality and fiction. Costis Antoniadis invites odd elements and forms into new affinities, confirming that almost every picture is “the last descendant of a generation of images.” Thus, looking at it, we see the “top coat, a skin that in between its pores and cracks we can discern the anatomy of the body of images.” Besides, from the very beginning his work came with a warning (or confession) that “any resemblance to reality or other images is inevitable.
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