John Stathatos: Three Heraclitean elements ebook
John Stathatos (born Athens, 1947), Greek photographer and writer. His principal photographic works include Homage to Melville (1988); Three Heraclitean Elements (1991); The Gardens of the Hesperides (1993); akea (1994); The Book of Lost Cities (1996), which won the ‘Aide au projet’ prize at the Rencontres Internationales Photographiques at Arles in 2004; lumen (2004); lithoi/stones (2006).
Stathatos, John Four elements in art Landscape photography. Similar books and articles. The Elements Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. Art Wolfe & Craig Leland Childs - 2004
Stathatos, John Four elements in art Landscape photography. No categories specified (categorize this paper). Art Wolfe & Craig Leland Childs - 2004. Between Amateur and Aesthete the Legitimization of Photography as Art in America, 1880-1900. Paul Spencer Sternberger - 2001. Des mathématiques vulgaires à la monade hiéroglyphique : Les Éléments d'Euclide vus par John Dee, From common mathematics to the hieroglyphic monad : John Dee's view of the Elements of Euclid.
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John Stathatos (born Athens, 1947), Greek photographer and writer,. Active as a poet and freelance photojournalist in the seventies, he published several volumes of poetry in English as well as translations of modern Greek poetry with British small and independent presses.
1 of 10. John Stathatos. Homage to Heraclitus: Earth V. 1991. This photograph is part of a series (Three Heraclitean Elements), conceived around the speculations on the nature of the universe made by pre-Socratic philosopher Heraclitus, who believed the physical world to be composed of three elements: fire, water, and earth. The series consists of images made within the same few square miles of the Greek island of Kythira, arranged in three sequences corresponding to each of the elements. For the Earth, Stathatos took some close-up of caves.
Bibliography, John Stathatos: Three Heraclitean Elements, CDR Publications, Cambridge 1991, Catalogue, "Du paysage européen", Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie, Arles 1992. Collections Two prints from "Fire" are in the permanent collection of the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art. References. Witholding Pattern: Three Heraclitean Elements (Creative Camera). Clifford Myerson: Classical Beginnings (Portfolio). Ivan Gaskell: Three Heraclitean Elements, catalogue essay.
Three Heraclitean Elements. The series consists of images made within the same few.
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Last updated October 05, 2019. John Stathatos (born Athens, 1947), Greek photographer and writer. The Book of Lost Cities. Ex pose verlag, Berlin 2005. CD Press, Cambridge 1991. With an essay by Ivan Gaskell. With essays by Yves Abrioux and Joan Fontcuberta. John Stathatos: Images & Selected Writings Dry Light: Notes on photography in Greece Intute: John Stathatos Iro Katsaridou, "Institutionalizing Photography: Cultural Pluralism and National Institutions" Kythera Photographic Encounters. List of Greek photographers.
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