Each suite is one-of-a-kind, starting from the name, all with a different history, and a special selection of art photos, carefully picked among the various exhibitions that Mr. Nikos Kasseris held over these years, as well as an exposition of the various camera’s that have been used over these years by the photographer.
A TRAVEL INTO THE LIGHT
Rhodes has been connected with Apollo since the dawn of history, due to the island’s special bond with the light. This fact has inspired Nikos Kasseris’ exhibition of 1995 “Rhodes, a Travel into the light”.
This suite is named after the “Dodecanese Islands, Pearls of the Mediterranean”, an exhibition presented by Nikos Kasseris in 2005, consisting of seascapes and landscapes of the islands that justify the term “pearls”.
NIKE OF SAMOTHRAKI
The famous statue of the Goddess of Victory, currently exhibited in the Louvre, is one of the most recognizable works of art of the ancient world. Originally created in Rhodes as a tribute to the gods after a naval victory, it was chosen by Nikos Kasseris as a theme for his exhibition in 1996.
Exploring photographically “unknown terrain”, Mr. Nikos Kasseris visited Thrace in Northern Greece.
The result was his exhibition, presented in 1997, which fills the notion of an amazing suite of Eastern galore.
A bright suite, blessed with an abundance of light, thanks to its large windows, and a view of the Medieval Town from a high level.
NYMPTH OF HELIOS
Rhodes has been known as the bride of the God Helios, the Sun god and son of Apollo, since the ancient years. Inspired by the unique flirt of the Sun with his homeland, Mr. Nikos Kasseris presented the “Nymph of Helios” exhibition in 1997, a professional, yet emotional approach on the island the photographer was born and bred.
FORMS OF LIGHT
The “Forms of Light” exhibition was presented by Nikos Kasseris in 1984 in various cities across Greece, as well as in several European capitals. Strong images, emphasizing on the impact of light details in photography.
TEMPLE OF APOLLO
Apollo was according to the ancient Greeks the god – protector of the island of Rhodes. Therefore, there is a temple dedicated to the Sun god on the ancient acropolis of Rhodes which has been one of Nikos Kasseris’ favorite sites to photograph over the years.
VIEWS OF RHODES
Rhodes is quite a diverse and intriguing island. This was the idea behind Nikos Kasseris’ 2003 book “Rhodes. Four photographers discuss an island” in which the island is documented by four different artists with different points of view and focus of interests.
The full moon is quite the spectacle and therefore a multi photographed theme all over the world through the years. However, the full moon’s image reflected on the Aegean waters is something unique.
PLACES IN SUSPENSION
“Places in suspension” is the latest exhibition of Nikos Kasseris, presented in spring 2012. A clever, but yet very emotionally intense, perspective of Rhodes.
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