Yorgos Karailias
Photographer

Yorgos Karailias born in Athens in 1972 and has resided in Spain since 2010. He studied Modern History and has dedicated himself professionally to photography since 2000. He has worked as a photo-editor and freelance photographer for various agencies, publishers and journals. Since 2010 he’s also teaching Photography and Visual Arts and has participated in various cultural and educational projects.

His work explores new perspectives of social documentary photography and has been exhibited in Greece and Spain and presented at various international festivals (Athens Photo Festival, Cosmos Books Arles, Paris Photo, Fotografia Festival Internazionale di Roma, MedPhoto Festival). In 2010 he was awarded the second prize Cedefop Photomuseum Award in Thessaloniki Photobienale.

His first photobook EstrangeR was published by Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg in 2015.

Yorgos Karailias
Photographer

Yorgos Karailias born in Athens in 1972 and has resided in Spain since 2010. He studied Modern History and has dedicated himself professionally to photography since 2000. He has worked as a photo-editor and freelance photographer for various agencies, publishers and journals. Since 2010 he’s also teaching Photography and Visual Arts and has participated in various cultural and educational projects.

His work explores new perspectives of social documentary photography and has been exhibited in Greece and Spain and presented at various international festivals (Athens Photo Festival, Cosmos Books Arles, Paris Photo, Fotografia Festival Internazionale di Roma, MedPhoto Festival). In 2010 he was awarded the second prize Cedefop Photomuseum Award in Thessaloniki Photobienale.

His first photobook EstrangeR was published by Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg in 2015.

  • Myriam Boulos: What’s Ours
    Publication
    Aperture
    International
    A searing, diaristic portrayal of a city and society in revolution by Magnum nominee Myriam Boulos. In her debut monograph, Myriam Boulos casts an unflinching eye on the revolution that began in Lebanon in 2019 with protests against government corruption and austerity – culminating with the aftermath of the devastating Beirut port explosion of August 2020. (more…)
  • Miranda July: New Society
    Mar 7 – Oct 14, 2024
    Fondazione Prada
    Milan, Italy
    Curated by Mia Locks, Miranda July: New Society is the first solo museum exhibition dedicated to Miranda July’s work. Spanning three decades, from the early 1990’s until today, the exhibition includes early short films, performance, and multimedia installations. The exhibition debuts F.A.M.I.L.Y (Falling Apart Meanwhile I Love You), a multi-channel video installation July made in collaboration with seven strangers via Instagram. (more…)
  • Berlinde De Bruyckere: No Life Lost
    Feb 3 – May 26, 2024
    Artipelag
    Gustavsberg, Sweden
    Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere’s large-scale sculptures and installations of wax, wood, textile, metal and horse hide are executed in an unmistakable artistic style. Grappling with the existential human condition, De Bruyckere’s work addresses human vulnerability and fragility, desire and suffering, resilience and transformation. Opening on February 3, the comprehensive exhibition No Life Lost is the first presentation of the work of De Bruyckere in Sweden. (more…)