Konstantinos Zilos is a photographer photojournalist based in Athens, Greece.

He is documenting life in different continents, to dig up social commentary issues and occasions that the human rights are encroached. Last years, he is covering the refugee crisis in Greece, breaking news, disasters' aftermaths, and stories.

Konstantinos has dedicated a big part of the last years of his life to travel and has been working on several documentary storytelling projects in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Turkey, India, Lebanon, Greece and other countries worldwide.

He collaborates with the photographic agencies Nur Photo, SOOC images & Sopa images, while he is also working for magazines and newspapers in Greece such as Vice, Kosmodromio, etc. His work has also been published in magazines and newspapers as DerSpiegel, The Guardian, Wall Street Journal, DailyMail, Libération, CNN among others.




2020: "Anthropause" - MOMus Museum of Photography, Thessaloniki, Greece

2020:  "CITY VS QUARANTINE"- International Art Project, Lviv, Ukraine

2022 :  #PRESS_photostories, Thessaloniki, Greece

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