Green Project “Platypus Trail” Photo Exhibition @ Michael Cacoyannis Foundation
Jun 5 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 1 @ 5:30 pm

Platypus trail: Melbourne – Perth

Green Project in Australia:

Renewable energy sources, Biosphere stocks of UNESCO and Aborigines


KROMA/Platypus Trail


“We are not owners of our world, we are part of it”
– Quote of Aborigines

The photographic report of a life experience.

Green Project organization presents, within the context of Athens Photo Festival 2019, from 5th of June until the 1st of September 2019, the original photographic material that managed to select during the special environmental journey that took place along the summer of 2019 in Australia, from Melbourne to Perth, celebrating the World Environment Day.

The exhibition reflects the coexistence, within the Biospheres of UNESCO, of the modern facilities of renewable energy sources (RES) and the traditional “environmental knowledge” of Aborigines.

Participants: John Anastasopoulos, Kostis Vardas, Santi Vergitsi, Valeria Kaltezioti, Kassiani Kaltezioti, Vasiliki Kasoumi, Aggelos Katsaggelos, Dimitris Paterakis, Iasonas Tavlas, John Tzortzis and Katerina Harterou


KROMA/Platypus Trail 2


General Info

Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 5 June 2019 at 20:00

Exhibition Duration: 26th of June – 1st of September 2019

Exhibition Curator: Yannis Tzortzis RPS

Free Admissions

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Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

Address: 206 Peiraios Str., Athens 177 78

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