12th December, 2015: Pygmalion Karatzas presents the Integral Lens Series: John Kosmopoulos
Editor: Anthi Rozi – Text: Pygmalion Karatzas
In this article, we feature the work of John Kosmopoulos from Toronto, Canada. He is a consultant, author and professor in the behaviour sciences and a fine art photographer, specializing in colour and black and white architecture, abstract, long exposure and minimalist subjects. His award winning images have been featured in international galleries, publications and with the House of Ilford, Topaz Labs and Formatt Hitech. He periodically instructs photography workshops in Vancouver, Toronto, Dubai, London, among other cities.
Here are a few photos from several of his exemplary series based on his MCM (Muted Colour Metallics) colour style and his Zonal Shape System principles for Black and White photography. The photos include the series “Desertera” of the Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Centre in Toronto, the “Dubaiisms” taken during workshops he conducted in Dubai, the “Simplexity” series of minimalistic archistract portraits of iconic buildings throughout the world, the “Cosmopolis” series which is as an ode to his home city, and work from a very recent adventure in New York City.
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