LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS Nana’s work presented and discussed in a week-long seminar on ethics and methodology related to refugee related research, at the London School of Economics.
SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS No Man’s Land exhibited in Athens during Documenta in an exhibition interrogating how political powers are using technologies in bureaucratic systems to determine the fate of asylum seekers in Europe.
REFUGEE WEEK 2016 WELCOME CAMPAIGN So proud to have shot the Refugee Week 2016 Welcome Campaign, featuring a number of wonderful stories of welcome stories to refugees in the UK.
HERE, NOW – SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE HORNIMAN MUSEUM! A collaborative photography project developed in partnership with the Horniman Museum and Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers exhibited at the Horniman Museum. At a time when the media presents only one narrative about refugees, this project aims to tell another side of the story by illustrating individuals’ different experiences of migration to South East London. http://www.horniman.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/here-now#image-0
HORNIMAN MUSEUM COMMISSION A new commission from the Horniman Museum in London. Nana to collaboratively produce a series of portraits of people from refugee and migrant communities in South London. The images from this collaboration will be exhibited at the Horniman Museum in 2016.
CAMPAIGN IDEA SUCCESSFULLY PITCHED AND SHOT FOR UK PARLIAMENT! After successfully pitching a concept for a visual identity for Parliament Week, Nana shoots a campaign for the UK Parliament, promoting parliamentary democracy and currently on display on the London Underground.
REFUGEE WEEK CAMPAIGN A campaign shot for Refugee Week UK displayed on London Underground.
BORDERSPACES “At Home” Exhibited at Schwartz Gallery, London Artists included Tom Hunter / Simon Norfolk / Stephen Gill / Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin/ David Spero / Ali Richards / Danilo Murru / Nana Varveropoulou www.schwartzgallery.co.uk
Publications: DAMIAN HIRST Nana is commissioned by Vimagazino to photograph Damian Hirst in his London studio.