BY MARGARITA YOKO NIKITAKI
Athens is condensed, homogeneous and grey.
Although it is surrounded by four large mountains and built around a number of hills, the bare ground can hardly be seen anymore. The new soil is concrete and so is the new horizon.
Margarita Yoko Nikitaki is a Greek-Japanese photographer based in Athens, Greece.
She studied photography at FOCUS School of Photography in Athens and she obtained her BA degree in Graphic Design from TEI of Athens / FGAD / School of Graphic Design. She works as a freelance photographer in commercial, editorial, architectural, industrial and agricultural projects for design studios, companies and magazines. She also works as a still photographer in movie sets. Her personal work has been exhibited at Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST), Festival Internacional de Fotografía de Tenerife, Grace Athens, Tbilisi Photo Festival, Athens Photo Festival and more. She is currently studying for her Master's degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology at Panteion University of Social and Political Studies in Athens.