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Pygmalion Karatzas Photography
Integral Lens is a visual journey of contemporary architecture and
cityscapes from United States taken during the 5-month visit
between October 2015 and March 2016. The project was awarded
by the Fulbright Foundation Greece with the Artist Scholarship
Award and sponsored by the College of Architecture and Design of
the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Multi-award winning architectural and fine art photographer based in Greece.
Divisare Atlas of Architecture ranks him among the top 100 architectural photographers worldwide.
Contributing photographer to Arcaid Images London, Adobe Stock, iStock Getty Images.
Photo editor for the Danish Architecture Center and arcspace.com.
Co-instructors at academic courses on architectural photography.
Awards - Fulbright Artist Scholarship Award, 2015-2016.
- PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris 2018, 3rd place.
- Moscow International Foto Awards 2019, 2nd place.
- Architizer A+ Awards 2014, Winner Popular Choice, Category Architecture + Photography & Video.
- Sony World Photography Awards 2014, 2nd Place National Greece.
- International Photography Awards 2014, 3rd Place, ‘Doha Icons’ series, category Architecture - Buildings.
- Interior Design Magazine, Best Picture of the Year 2015, ‘Bio-Mediterranean Cluster Pavilion’ image from Expo Milano.
- Dodho Magazine, Black & White Photographer of the Year 2017, Finalist.
- Siena International Photography Awards 2018, Remarkable Artwork 'EMP Museum', Architecture & Urban Spaces category.
- Tokyo International Foto Awards 2018, 3rd place 'Equivocal Sentinels', category architecture / bridges.
- Federation of European Professional Photographers, Photographer of the Year 2020 competition, Merit in single image and 10th place in series.
- Center of Contemporary Artists, COCA 2020, Finalist in Photography.
- Tokyo International Foto Awards 2019, Bronze winner, 'Catharsis' image, Category Architecture / Interiors.
- Arte Laguna Prize 2019 / Arsenale exhibition in Venice, shortlisted with 4 images from 'Integral Lens', category photographic art.