Stefania Orfanidou
photographer / architect

Stefania Orfanidou, born in 1989, is an architect and a photographer currently living and working in Athens, Greece. She has studied contemporary photography at STEREOSIS School of Photography in Thessaloniki, Greece, and has attended various workshops and seminars with renowned photographers. Since 2014 she has focused on personal projects regarding the perception of intimacy, the state of human absence and loneliness. Between 2015 and 2016 she documented the post-seismic situation in the city of L’Aquila in Italy. Currently, she has been researching the concept of the “Inert Substance”, about the suspended condition that is generated by the interaction between human and physical intervention. She had her first solo exhibition in L’Aquila, Italy, in May 2016 with her first completed project “Jaguar Sun”. She has been published by various magazines and webzines, such as Kaltblut, Phroom, 001-Zerozerouno, C41 Magazine, Positive Magazine, Kiosk der Demokratie, Foto Room. Recently she has been featured in Young Greek Photographers and the Main Program of Athens Photo Festival 2017. From November 2017 till March 2018 she will participate in the Medphoto Festival in Crete, Greece.

Stefania Orfanidou
photographer / architect

Stefania Orfanidou, born in 1989, is an architect and a photographer currently living and working in Athens, Greece. She has studied contemporary photography at STEREOSIS School of Photography in Thessaloniki, Greece, and has attended various workshops and seminars with renowned photographers. Since 2014 she has focused on personal projects regarding the perception of intimacy, the state of human absence and loneliness. Between 2015 and 2016 she documented the post-seismic situation in the city of L’Aquila in Italy. Currently, she has been researching the concept of the “Inert Substance”, about the suspended condition that is generated by the interaction between human and physical intervention. She had her first solo exhibition in L’Aquila, Italy, in May 2016 with her first completed project “Jaguar Sun”. She has been published by various magazines and webzines, such as Kaltblut, Phroom, 001-Zerozerouno, C41 Magazine, Positive Magazine, Kiosk der Demokratie, Foto Room. Recently she has been featured in Young Greek Photographers and the Main Program of Athens Photo Festival 2017. From November 2017 till March 2018 she will participate in the Medphoto Festival in Crete, Greece.

  • Fifteen Years / Luce Gallery
    May 16 – Jun 18, 2024
    Luce Gallery
    Turin, Italy
    Luce Gallery is thrilled to announce our special anniversary group presentation, Fifteen Years. This show celebrates the gallery’s milestone and features new works by a selection of our represented artists, including Dominic Chambers, Ryan Cosbert, Robert Davis, Derek Fordjour, Connie Harrison, Yowshien Kuo, Hugo Mccloud, Johanna Mirabel, Peter Mohall, Demarco Mosby, Ludovic Nkoth, Collins Obijiaku, Zéh Palito, and Francesco Pirazzi. (more…)
  • Eyes in the Stone
    May 17 – Jul 28, 2024
    Eko 9 Triennale
    Maribor, Slovenia
    From folktales and the origins of modern horror in literature and film to contemporary art forms, the horror genre has always possessed the potential to address human and societal fears. With the exhibition Eyes in the Stone, we give power to the primary emotion of fear to jolt us from our numbness to seemingly failing warnings of science. The artists in the exhibition respond in form and narrative to the threatening atmosphere in nature and culture. (more…)
  • Betty Bee: Nacquero A Napoli Improvvisandosi
    Apr 7 – Jun 7, 2024
    zaza'
    Milan, Italy
    Strictly brunettes. Indeed brunette one, brunette the other. Capricious by poetics the first by birth, smooth as a straight line the second. The birthplaces of both are Parthenopean. As for one rooted on the cliffs of Posillipo where she also spent the resilient months of the recent Pandemic, while the other belongs to that blood material that protrudes into the vessel of the great swarming artery of Via Foria and its labyrinthine environs, where she still resides. (more…)