Michalis Boliakis, on a photographic journey in the late 1990s, tours the area of Cuzco, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca and elsewhere, without a program and a specific purpose, collecting pictures of everyday life behind the tourist display windows.
The photos of this album, centered on the peoples of Peru, a landmark for pre-Columbian civilizations, portray the unparalleled beauty and charm of the place that has been the center of Inca culture.
Michalis Boliakis has been traveling and photographing Constantinople for more than ten years in order to record his modern life. The result of these trips is presented in his album titled "Στην Πόλη".
Michalis Boliakis makes us his companions on another trip to his beloved Cuba!
In the photo album "COLORE CUBANO" we see for the first time color photographs of the photographer. After nine years of the black-and-white photo album "Στην Κούβα", the artist returns to Cuba to immortalize it with his photographic lens this time colored.
Historically, since the last century, when photography began to show steady and permanent images, it allows us to spend time leaving unforgettable and unique memories.
The photos taken by Michalis Boliakis during his frequent voyages to Cuba in the 1990s are one such example. His images are imbued with love, sensitivity, and sympathy for a happy, simple people.
The Alexandroupolis of Michalis Boliakis, printed in black and white photographs.