Working as a freelance journalists is time consuming and cost-worthy. Image licensing prices have dropped in the past years. Therefore I decided to set up this small online print shop to finance travels, research and equipment. The prints might take some weeks to be produced and arrive.
On December 6, 2008 a policeman on patrol murdered 16 year old Alexandros Grigoropolus near the alternative district of Exarcheia in the capital of Greece. The events sparked an outrage and Greek-wide riots, as the teenager became a symbol for the authoritarian Greek state. Police officer Epaminondas Korkoneas was charged with and convicted of murder. Ten years later thousands of people hold demonstrations commemorating the killed young man. At night police clashes with activists around Exarcheia.
Hahnemühle Photo Rag print.
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