Nikos Papangelis is a visual artist, born in Thessaloniki, currently based in Athens.
He studied Photography at Stereosis School of Photography in Thessaloniki and has attended various seminars and workshops on photography . He also holds a BA in History, Archaeology, History of Art from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and an MA in Filmmaking (specialised in Cinematography) from Goldsmiths, University of London.
He is primarily interested in isolating certain details from his surroundings (often subtle traces of human activity), which, in being organically integrated into both urban and natural landscapes, reveal to him the luridly complex spirit of our time. Ceaselessly fascinated by the ubiquity of chance and the properties of light, he looks out for those ephemeral and wondrous qualities that inhabit the crevices of this world, in an effort to decode the human condition.
Daedalus (against walls), PHROOM Magazine (2018)
Daedalus (against walls), AINT – BAD Magazine (2018)
Selected Works, Phases Magazine (2017)
Selected Work, Whitelight Editions (2016)
Daedalus (against walls), AINT – BAD Magazine, Issue No.13 (2018)