Elizabeth Katsamaki: Portraits and Figures of Light

This charity exhibition aims to highlight the meaning of life, its light and shadows, and through the contrast to demonstrate the ability of the human soul to find its wings away from materialism.

Dedicated to the people of Brazil for their ability to always find the colorful rainbow in the rain, the exhibition aims to raise social and spiritual awareness. The series of photos taken in Brazil are presented in two sections: real life in the favelas, and the dreamy beaches of Rio de Janeiro. Through a journey in the socio-economic aspects of a country characterized by disparity, the images depict an unparalleled sense of happiness, warmth, and deep joy for living – emerging not as a result of materialistic abundance, but from an undying passion for life.

Supported by the Brazilian Embassy in London, funds raised support Action Aid UK and help fight poverty in Brazil.

Runs 2-4 November 2017
Private view 2nd November, 6.30-8.30pm

Open 9am-6pm

Hellenic Center
16-18 Paddington St.
Marylebone
London W1U 5AS