Costas at the Penaeus Delta, Mr. Giannis at Zagorochoria, Father Philemon at Prophet Elijah on Mount Olympus, Anestis at the works of Egnatia Odos in Igoumenitsa, Christos in Azoros, Ilectra in Kerkini, Jamal and his girlfriend Lana in Havana, Manuel at the waterfalls of Trinidad, Fernando in Delirio ... all of them photographed in the last ten years by Giorgos and Giannis Zarzonis only to pose now, in large sizes and on tiles, in the areas of Mediterranean Cosmos until December 31, 2005.
Seven days in Havana, one hundred wooden boxes with the smell of tobacco and dozens of black and white and colour photographs printed on them were needed to capture the last sentence of Fernando in Calle de los Marcaderes: "... and remember: Cuba is not the buildings you have seen, but the people you have spoken to, inside or outside of your lens."
An Important exhibition held in collaboration with the company Egnatia Odos S.A. The title of the exhibition was "Paving ways, Uniting worlds" and its topic the hundreds of anonymous workers of Egnatia Odos, who briefly stood in front of our lens. At the Royal Theatre of Thessaloniki were presented 50 black and white photos of dimensions up to
A series of images of Plastiras Lake and the surrounding area of Agrafa is the topic of a permanent exhibition of photography located in an old building of the Electric Company next to the dam. The images play with the colours of the lake at each season and zoom on the occupations and people of the region.
The greatness of Olympus, its ecological, geophysical and cultural radiance, was reflected in a photo exhibition held in Larissa. On site were exhibited and sold large photographs of the legendary mountain printed on canvas.
The greatness of Olympus, its ecological, geophysical and cultural radiance, was reflected in a photo exhibition held in Luxembourg in a hall of the European Parliament. On site were exhibited and sold large photographs of the legendary mountain printed on canvas.
In collaboration with the Municipality of Thessaloniki, in December 1999 and on the occasion of the release of the photo album "Thessaloniki" by Zarzonis Editions, an exhibition of photography was held in Alatza Imaret.
As part of Demetria 1997, with the support of the "Thessaloniki - Cultural Capital of Europe 1997", photos of Thessaloniki were presented in Melbourne. The exhibition lasted one month.
Our first substantial participation in a formal photographic event was that in "Photographic Coincidence" ("Photosygkiria") in 1992. The black and white images came from the daily lives of our grandparents in the village Azoros, Elassona: smiles, walks in a small courtyard and daily little snapshots which held two people together for a lifetime.