Raised as a first-generation Greek/American, a son of immigrants, Christos J. Palios is a photographer whose personal perspectives were forger by two very distinct and equally fascinating cultures. Intrigued by architecture, history, culture, and socioeconomics, his “long-term photographic work is rooted in research and probes themes of identity, connection, nostalgia, and isolation.” His origins are embedded in the visual art with an emphasis on design and animation, culminating in a BFA (summa cum laude) from the University of Maryland. However, for as long as he can recall, “photography’s remarkable capacity to communicate ideas and narratives inspire me to embody insight and intent within the frame.” Since 2006, Christos J. Palios has been pursuing art full-time.
Featured image: Christos J. Palios - Junk
Silver, 2016 (detail). Archival Pigment Canson Platine Print. This work is part
of a limited edition set. 23 × 30 in. 58.4 × 76.2 cm. Edition of 10 + 2AP / 31
× 41 in. 78.7 × 104.1 cm. Edition of 8 + 2AP / 40 × 53 in. 101.6 × 134.6 cm. Edition
of 5 + 2AP / 50 × 67 in. 127 × 170.2 cm. Edition of 2 + 2AP. Photo courtesy Isabella
Garrucho Fine Art