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    Do U Believe? Photometria Photo Festival 2015 - Theme: FAITH Photometria Photo Festival is the place of cross-cultural meeting, conveying ideas… Read More
    Do U Believe? Photometria Photo Festival 2015 - Theme: FAITH Photometria Photo Festival is the place of cross-cultural meeting, conveying ideas, traditions, philosophies, and expressive through all points of the globe. Read Less
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design by Fooolish Designers
 
design by Fooolish Designers
 
design by Fooolish Designers
 
 
Theme: FAITH
 
We chose the motto Do U Believe? in an attempt to tease viewer’s eye and mind before Festival’s announcement. The term Faith refers mainly to religious sentiment but here is the challenge:  how each artist will create inspired on the meaning Faith.
 
So that’s what we want to cause with Do U Believe? motto:
- Teasing even if the viewer think that this has to do with a religious organization or a political movement.
- Feeling mental associations caused by the word faith, for example, I believe in love, I believe in you, in friendship, in your abilities, that I am a good person and so on ….
- Self-analysis (question to my own self) Do I believe in me? – Do I believe that I am capable? – Do I believe I’m a good person?…..
Photometria Photo Festival is organized for the seventh year in 10 cities of Greece and is the first interactive festival in which they can participate and vote those who love realy the art of photography. A field for promoting and development of contemporary photography with the parallel collaboration from cultural organizations and festivals internationally.
 
Photometria Photo Festival is the place of cross-cultural meeting, conveying ideas, traditions, philosophies, and expressive through all points of the globe. A cultural umbrella under which the photographic expression and creativity cultivated.
 
Get ready for a Festival full of creativity, exhibitions, seminars and photographic wanderings.