Vassilis Konstantinou’s project under the tittle’ unintentional sculptures’ was realized during the years 2015-1017 within the suburban landscape of Attica (Greece), which has gone through a great deal of changes due to the economic crisis.
The photographer explores the landscape and decides to focus and highlight the man-made constructions that reveal the economic and building activities of the recent past.
These constructions – some unfinished and some timeworn – have finally transformed the natural landscape with their enigmatic forms in the most permanent way.
Vassilis Konstantinou was born in 1979 in Athens where he currently lives. He studied Physical Education and Sport Science in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His involvement with photography started in 2007. Since then he has attended the following seminars conducted by Platon Rivellis “Introduction to Art Photography” (annual), “Photography Critique” and “Portfolio Critique”. Since 2015 he is studying Photography and Audiovisual Arts in the Technological Institute of Athens.
Slide shows of his work have been presented at Benaki Museum at Piraeus Street three times (2009, 2010, 2013). In July 2012 he participated in the group exhibition “Greek Photographic Forms” during the 1st International Santorini Biennale in May 2013 he participated in the 2nd International Festival of Art and Creation in Zakynthos and in May 2014 in the group exhibition ”The seas” in gallery Box (Athens).