Took part in City Dwellers, a group online exhibition on how the city has been a source of inspiration for four Greek mid-career artists, Dimitra Ioannou, Sotiris Panousakis, Lila Polenaki and Kostis Velonis. “With her ongoing photographic essay “The City is Now Yours,” Dimitra Ioannou seeks to question the lack of representation of women in the public space. The series is a kind of palimpsest: in each photo there are traces of another; the magnified surfaces of walls, pavements and slogans found in Athens are inhabited by women’s bodies and vice versa.”
The photo narrative ‘Dark and Dawn’ is published on Tentacular 6, a poetry, responses and arts magazine. Τhe series magnifies textures and surfaces of walls and public spaces in the Athenian Zone. Τhe issue is co-edited by Gboyega Odubanjo, and Jonathan Catherall. All photos, except for one, were shot on 35mm film.
Photo narratives: Don’t be Afraid of the White. The Colors Will Guide you Till the End, on Alzheimer’s disease, the terminal environment and the terminal body. The Magnetic series, a visual diary.
~ EROS-THANATOS/AGGRESSOR-VICTIM, Athens (June 17 to July 15, 2017) curated by Stavros Kavalaris.
~ Violence? at the CAID Centre in Athens (October 30 to November 30, 2013) curated by Maria Maragkou. http://www.lifo.gr/guide/arts/4442
~ Bohemians, a group exhibition featuring nine artists that work and live in Metaxourgeio, downtown Athens: Manolis Baboussis, Lydia Dambassina, Dimitris Douramakos, Dimitra Ioannou, Katerina Kana, Antonis Katsouris, Michalis Katzourakis, Yiorgos Lazongas, Georgios Xenos. At the Breeder gallery in Athens (February 21 to March 23, 2013).
Casa Amalia at Salon De Vortex in Athens (September 2012), curated by Apostolis Artinos.
The photo narrative Don’t Be Afraid of The White. The Colors Will Guide You Till The End. is featured in Litmus: the Diagnostics Issue (October 2016).
The cover image is taken from my photo narrative Don’t be Afraid of the White. The Colors Will Guide you Till the End, which is about the seclusion of the diseased body.
2011: Motel Galini at the project space six d.o.g.s. in Athens. Micro-landscapes and distances.
“Their concepts are vague, and furthermore differ from image to image: neither snapshots nor landscape studies nor “decisive moments” nor staged realism nor (the more recent trend of) ‘plasticity’.
Their intentions are vague too: neither travelogues nor archives nor studies in abstraction, form or light nor narratives nor descriptions nor concealment nor recollections of the ephemeral.” – excerpt from a note by the curator Nadja Argyropoulou on the photos presented in Motel Galini.
The photo narrative “Together on this” is featured in the print magazine Mother, Spring 2008.