SEQUEL: WE COULD BE THE BETROTHED

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Filep Motwary’s affinity and pure interest for Greek history and tradition led to his becoming not only an observer but also a creator of “The Betrothed” characters, a series of costumes he presented at the Hellenic American Union in Athens as well as the Byron Museum in Nicosia, in both cases as part of group exhibitions curated by Lydia Kamitsis.

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For the past three years, along with Maria Mastori’s jewellery, Motwary has traveled the world carrying his costumes, photographing personalities that fit his vision of “The Betrothed”. The Kinsky shares with you his latest series of photographs, shot on Tinos Island in Greece.

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One Response to “SEQUEL: WE COULD BE THE BETROTHED”

  1. Barbara Fields

    Filep’s photos are a celebration of wild and intriguing landscape of Tinos. Congratulations!

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