Foteini Zaglara
Photographer

Foteini Zaglara, born in 1995 in Athens, Greece, is a (self)portrait artist with a background in Early Childhood Education from the University of Ioannina. At the age of 20, she discovered her true calling in photography, using the medium to unravel the intricacies of fantasy, surrealism, and human emotion.

Having earned recognition in various international photography competitions, Foteini’s work has traversed borders, gracing exhibitions in Europe and the USA. Her artistic odyssey draws inspiration from a lifelong fascination with storytelling in its myriad forms, evolving into a profound engagement with the art world, from classical paintings to contemporary cinema.

In her self-portraiture, Foteini delves into the intricacies of human emotion, employing surreal and otherworldly imagery to address profound themes of identity and the pressing social issues defining our era. Her art transcends mere aesthetics, aiming to provoke discourse and contemplation, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in alternate realities and gain insight into the complexities of societal challenges.

Foteini Zaglara
Photographer

Foteini Zaglara, born in 1995 in Athens, Greece, is a (self)portrait artist with a background in Early Childhood Education from the University of Ioannina. At the age of 20, she discovered her true calling in photography, using the medium to unravel the intricacies of fantasy, surrealism, and human emotion.

Having earned recognition in various international photography competitions, Foteini’s work has traversed borders, gracing exhibitions in Europe and the USA. Her artistic odyssey draws inspiration from a lifelong fascination with storytelling in its myriad forms, evolving into a profound engagement with the art world, from classical paintings to contemporary cinema.

In her self-portraiture, Foteini delves into the intricacies of human emotion, employing surreal and otherworldly imagery to address profound themes of identity and the pressing social issues defining our era. Her art transcends mere aesthetics, aiming to provoke discourse and contemplation, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in alternate realities and gain insight into the complexities of societal challenges.

  • Taysir Batniji: Disruptions
    Publication
    Loose Joints
    International
    Batniji’s disrupted images visualise both the current violence and historical repression imposed on Palestine through digitally degraded images of video calls with his family in Gaza. Palestinian artist Taysir Batniji’s diverse practice is often tinged with impermanence and fragility, drawing inspiration from his subjective experience and its relation to current events and history. (more…)
  • Gertie Fröhlich: (In)Visible Pioneer
    Sep 13, 2023 – Mar 3, 2024
    MAK
    Wien, Austria
    The artist Gertie Fröhlich (1930–2020) was in the background and yet still the focal point of the activities of the Viennese avantgarde.While studying at the Academy of Fine Arts, she made contact with young artists of all disciplines, became the “moving spirit” of the Galerie nächst St. Stephan [Gallery near St. Stephan’s Cathedral], and her apartment at Sonnenfelsgasse 11 was soon a meeting place for creative people (more…)