Part of the Mountain of Misery created by accumulated life vests, clothes and personal items left along the shores of Lesbos where hundreds of thousands refugees have arrived since 2015. Lesbos, Greece, February 2020. Photograph by Todd Rigos / Hans Lucas. Une partie de la Montagne de la Misère créée par le accumulation de gilets de sauvetage, de vêtements et d’objets personnels laissés sur les rives de Lesbos où des centaines de milliers de réfugiés sont arrivés depuis 2015. Lesbos, Grèce, février 2020. Photographie de Todd Rigos / Hans Lucas.

Todd Rigos studios

Todd Rigos (b.1987) is a contemporary photographer from Athens, Greece, whose work explores notions of intimacy, identity, and human interaction. Through curiosity, observation and presence he seeks to witness and document patterns between people, nature, the things we consume and the milieus in which we live. He started developing his personal work in 2009 and his self-taught skills extend across digital and analogue photography. Since then, he has been recognized through several awards and has exhibited in numerous group shows in Athens and across the country.

In 2019 he attended the Documentary, Photo Journalism & Studio program at Spéos International Photographic Institute & Magnum Photos in Paris, France. Upon graduation, he focused on the humanitarian field documenting the lives of refugees and trying to bring action and make a difference in the world through his work.

Not to be missed

19-25th June 2023

Todd Rigos studios

74 Serron, 104 41 Athens