After returning from years of war coverage, Peter van Agtmael tries to piece together the memory, identity, race, class, and family, in a landscape which has become as surreal as the war he left behind.
Lily Zoumpouli was born in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Her work has been published in a variety of cultural and art magazines and websites such as Greka, Lifo, The Kiosk Of Democracy, Proom, Pinterest, and others and has taken part in many group exhibitions both in Greece and abroad.
Today she is finishing her BA degree in Fine Art, Print & Time Based Media Course at the University of The Arts London (UAL) Wimbledon College.
She had her first solo exhibition in 2013 at MIET’s library displaying the first edition of her work that got published by Agra publisher. Presenting the published edition at “IANOS” bookstore & cultural space in Athens, followed by an exhibition of the work.
She took part in the Young Greek Photographers exhibition at The Benaki Museum as part of the Athens Photo Festival 2015.
She exhibited her work in Cork Fest along with photographers Michael Ackerman, Momo Okabe, Hideka Tonomura, Susu Laroche, Ilias Georgiadis, Magdalena Switek Rebbel 2015.
Her photographic project entitled “Discoloration” was selected as one of the ten favorite projects for 2015 by the editors of LensCulture “Favourite Conceptual and Fine Art Photo Series from 2015.”
Her work was exhibited as part of the group exhibition of Greek and Turkish Photographers entitled “Environmental’s Fertile” (2016) as part of the Balkan Photography Fest. Her work was exhibited both in Greece and Turkey.
She became a member of the photography collective entitle “Atonal” and recently exhibited her work with the collective in Rome at Interzone Gallery curated by Michele Corleone.