George Katsaggelos is a photographer with exhibitions both abroad and also in Greece. He is a professor in the Department of Fine and Applied Arts of the School of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Having traveled and photographed several portraits of women in many countries around the world, in his speech presents the role of women in today's society from the perspective of the image
George Katsaggelos studied photography as a scholarship student in BROOKLYN COLLEGE of New York. His teacher was Walter Rosenblum. He is a professor of Fine and Applied Arts Department of the Aristotle University of Fine Arts. He was the president of the Photography Museum in Thessaloniki from 1996-1998 and director of the Film Museum of Thessaloniki from 2002 to 2005. From 2006 until 2010 he was the dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and is currently professor in the Department of Visual and Applied Arts of A.U.TH. George Katsaggelos has widely presented in Greece and abroad his works and they can be found in several museum collections in the US.
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