Georges Salameh
Hear You Athens
Photobook Publication
Georges Salameh & Alexandros Mistrotis
International

Hear You Athens is a series of 50 photographs and two letters, a correspondence between two friends, Georges Salameh and Alexandros Mistriotis. Their conversation, over the years, is summarized in this book. The body of work Hear You Athens was produced over an eight year period, from 1998 to 2006.

All photographs are from 35mm slides. Special edition prints also available.

Hear You Athens
Georges Salameh & Alexandros Mistrotis
17×24 cm, 96 pages, 50 color photographs, softcover, offset printing
Greek & English / Edition of 500
Athens, Greece 2021

Texts: Georges Salameh & Alexandros Mistrotis
Editing: Georges Salameh, Stefania Orfanidou, Alexis Vasilikos, Jérôme Montagne
Design: Chora Atelier
Printing: G. Kostopoulos
Publishing: MeMSéA

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