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Biographical Note

Dimitris Triantafyllou (b. in Thessaloniki, 1967) studied under a full scholarship, Physics and Mathematics (B.A. Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota) and has a Core Degree in Asian philosophy (Macalester College) and a MA in Physics (University of Minnesota ) . He continued his studies at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN. where he studied photography. He has attended two workshops given by the Swedish Master Photographer Anders Petersen, one in Thasos in 2004 and one in Kavala in 2006. He works as a freelancer in Photography and currently teaches photography courses (analogue and digital) at STEREOSIS Photo School, Thessaloniki. He taught in the past at the Art and Design Department of IVT AKMI, Thessaloniki and at IRIS visual center, Stavroupoli, Thessaloniki.

He is a founding member of the newly created Redscale Group which deals with photographic projects, and self-publications . He also conducts photography seminars and workshops (e.g. Expressive Photography, Photography as a Visual Tool, Personal Realities, The Grotesque in Photography, The Dusseldorf School of Photography “In search for Objectivity”, Photographic Digital Workflow) throughout the year.


Exhibitions / Showcases

  • Fisheye, August 2018

  • Redscale Journal I presentation and exhibition at Stereosis Photo school June 2018

  • European Month of Experimental Photography 2013"

    Exhibiting at the VIVACOM Art Hall, Sofia a body of work under the theme "The Observer Effect” Mois Européen de la Photo à Sofia, November 2013

  • “ORDET [Logos] Photo Biennale” 2012 / 22nd International Photography Meeting, Photography Museum of Thessaloniki, November 2012

  • “Selected by Pieter Wisse to be included in the “500 Photographers” site, May 2011

    Dimitris Triantafyllou: Photographer #295

  • “Beyond Face”, at the cultural center of the Municipality of Thessaloniki in collaboration with Goethe-Institut, May 2011

  •   “Photography Against the Wind”, under an experimental urban program – “An Alternate View of Thessaloniki” with the support of Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, April 2010

  • Micropolis Social space, Thessaloniki, Greece: Exhibition under the theme “Diaries of Ghosts “, April-May 2010

  •   A Lightroom Gallery Project: Exhibition at “The Art Foundation ", Athens under the theme “Who We Are ", February 2010

  • International Foto-Festival "Mirafoto 2009”, Lima,Peru, Gallery "El Ojo Ajeno" of Centro de la Imagen, October-November 2009

  • DeFacto Art Gallery Café,Thessaloniki, Greece, "Thru The Looking Glass", October-November 2009

  •  International Photo Festival at Plodvid,Bulgaria, October 2008

  • DeFacto Art Gallery Café,Thessaloniki, Greece, September - October 2008

  • Goethe institute, Thessaloniki, Greece, November 2005

  • Photography foundation, Istanbul, Turkey, July-August 2005

  • Municipality of Thassos, Thassos, Greece, summer 2004

  • Poligiros Art Festival, Poligiros, Chalkidiki, Greece, summer 2003


  • IPA 2006 Photographer of the year Competition, Honorable Mention

Curator / Juror

  • Juror at FOTOFILMIC Vancouver, Canada, summer 2013

  • Spirto Art Café, Thessaloniki, Greece, October 2009

  • Contemporary Art Club, Dafnis 12, Thessaloniki, Greece, October 2009

  • AKMI student exhibition, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2008-2018

  • AKMI student exhibition, (KETHEA DIAVASIS), Athens, Greece, March 2008

Selected Online Articles / Collections