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Odoiporikon || Tzeli Hadjidimitriou Lesvos & Kythera - Antikythera guide, Sappho’s expert on Lesvos

       

 

Tzeli Hadjidimitriou is a fine art photographer, film maker, travel writer and photography teacher.

She is a high qualified guide on the islands of Lesvos and Kythera.

She is specialised on the legacy of Sappho and she published the first LGBT guide about Lesbos

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Tzeli Hadjidimitriou is a fine art photographer, travel writer and photographer, and photography teacher from Lesbos, Greece. She is the author of six photography books, with work shown in museums and galleries in Greece and abroad. She is also the author of guidebooks to the Greek islands of Kythira and Lesbos and has published many articles about her global travels to South Korea, India, Cambodia, Laos and other destinations in the Greek Press.

In her Odoiporikon photography workshops, held in Greece, Hadjidimitriou introduces students of all levels to the “constant journey” of discovering a world flooded with light.

She holds a degree in Economics from the University of Thessaloniki and pursued further studies in the field of Direction of Photography for the Cinema, in Rome. In 1985, on a scholarship from the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milano, she attended a series of seminars by Michelangelo Antonioni on the art of cinematography. She also holds a superior diploma as an official translator of the Italian Language and a certificate in video-montage.

“I am a storyteller. In my art I document a world that is vanishing in front of our eyes due to forces of globalization. I photograph landscapes, interior spaces, architecture and people in the fragile instant before they disappear into the past. Ruins, faded colors, old habits and faces that don’t seem to belong in the modern world fascinate me and I want them to live on in my images. I seek out subjects that feel authentic, things that are colored by the patina of time. Everything becomes more alive and present through light; this is the key to my art.”

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16 January

Exhibition in Beijing: Aura from the island of Sappho

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EXHIBIT:“Aura from the Island of Sappho”

Works by poet Lan Lan and photographer Tzeli Hadjidimitriou

OPENING:September 3

DATES: September 3 to September 19

VENUE:The Zero Space Gallery,798 Art District

N.2,JiuxianqiaoRoadChaoyangDistrict,Beijing

The Zero Space Gallery and curator Mr. Zhi Liang are pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition “Aura from the Island of Sappho” on September 3 in the Bejing’s renown 798ArtDistrict.

The exhibition is a collaboration between Chinese poet Lan Lan and Greek photographer Tzeli Hadjidimitriou in honor of Sappho, the great poet of antiquity, and the mythic Orpheus.Sappho and Orpheus are the symbols of lyric poetry in the Western world.Lan Lan and Hadjidimitriou met two years ago on the Greek island of Lesvos, the birthplace of lyric poetry in the West.Sappho was born on the island in 630 B.C.Lesvos was also the landscape for the myth of the death of Orpheus.After he is killed by the Maenads, his severed head – still singing -- washes ashore on the island.

Lan Lan and Hadjidimitriou felt a strong bond through their art and decided to create this exhibition, based on their mutual respect and admiration of Western and Eastern culture, ancient history, nature and poetry.

Lan Lan is the nom de plume of Hu Lanlan, born in 1967 in Yantai, Shandong Province, She is one of China’s most important lyric poets.Her work was introduced to Greek audiences at the 1st Athens World Poetry Festival in 2013.Writing for Cerise Press, Fiona Sze-Lorrain calls Lan Lan “a significant female poetic voice” in the “male-dominated Chinese poetry world today.”In World Literature Today, Canaan Morse says that Lan Lan’s poetry is immediately recognizable.”Her language is cool and clean and strong, like glacial ice. Her messages are intimate without being sentimental, bearing the sincerity of secrets. Her inimitable quality is the result of an adherence to simplicity and sympathy, as her poems speak directly to the reader and use white space as consciously as they do words.As part of the exhibition Lan Lan will present her latest collection of poems, “Sappho: A Loose Bouquet,” Inspired by ancient Greece and her trip to Lesvos island.

Tzeli Hadjidimitriou is a fine art photographer, travel writer and the author of ten photography books, including the award-winning “39 Coffee houses and a barber’s shop.” She shows her work regularly in individual and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.“In the photographs of Greek photographer Tzeli Hadjidimitriou, we experience the island of Lesvos through its diverse “nature.”This natural diversity is above all due to the light -- not just the sunlight but also the light of the moon and the stars.In her compositions we can observe the diversity of the island’s lights and colors and gradually discover its powerful identity, its inexhaustible beauties and its hidden sensations.Her photographs of Lesvos are not simply a presentation of a beautiful landscapes:They invite us to hear the sounds of its waters, calm and stormy; to feel the heat of its earth, burnt by the sun; to gaze at its moonlight; and to feel the humidity of its forests.’Ulrike Weinholt, Lesvos the Island of Hidden Harmony.

In addition to her photos, Hadjidimitriou will also present the debut screening of her short film, “Lan Lan in the land of Lyric Poetry .”In a world full of barriers between religions, nations and political ideologies, the two artists bring the message of love, forgiveness and faith to the possibilities of human spirit through art.“Aura from the Island of Sappho” is sponsored by the architect Mr. LiangZhi and Zero Space gallery.


 

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