“Imaginary Monuments” by Photographer Alexis Vasilikos

Alexis Vasilikos (previously featured here) is a visual artist based between Athens and Leros, Greece. Primarily working with photography, Vasilikos’ work explores a broad spectrum of imagery, ranging from post-painterly abstraction to peripatetic photography. His recent series, “Imaginary Monuments,” considers the question: “If photographs were monuments, what kind of monuments would they be?” Playing with meaning and its absence, collective identity, and imagination, each photograph is titled after an imaginary monument.

See more from “Imaginary Monuments” below!

Monument to Class Consciousness
Monument to Compassion
Monument to Nothingness
Monument to Kindness
Monument to the Unseen
Monument to Failure
Monument to the Lost
Monument to Freedom

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