Loulakaki is a free lance photographer based in Athens where she studied
She has attended seminars on photography from Costa
Manos and Nicos Economopoulos both members of the Magnum Photo Agency.
Her stories deal with the
encroachment on human rights with emphasis on women, children, immigrants and
gypsies and the impact of human activities on the natural environment.
Her personal work includes
portraying some of the most influential people in arts and science.
She has covered several
assignments in Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria, France, Italy, New York, Tunisia, UK,
Portugal etc. for magazines in Greece and abroad concerning social, political
and cultural issues. She currently works with Kathimerini’s newspaper
supplementary Kappa magazine.
She has also photographed album covers for record
companies such as Blue Note, Lyra, FM Records and Protasis.
“Thrace. So close, so far
away. The muslim
world” Kastaniotis editions
Castrum Peregrini Press, Amsterdam
Faces”13th International Month of Photography, Hellenic Centre of Photography
artists of ECM” GRANTA publishing, England
2004 “Zoom on
Greece: 50 Photographers on Greece” publishing, Heart matters
Springs of Greece” travel guide, (second edition 2003) Kastaniotis editions
Benaki Museum, "Thrace. So close, so far away. The Muslim world"
2012 Photometria photo festival Ioannina, "Thrace"
2012 The Athens House of Photography "Backstage Pass"
2011 Art Athina, represented by The
Athens House of Photography Gallery
Taf Gallery The Art Foundation “Who
Photovision EFE “Work in 20th to 21st century”
Castrum Peregrini “Freund Schaft”, Amsterdam
Hoxton Gallery “13 portraits of world wide musicians”
FNAC-Forum “The Rogue Music Gallery”
Diana Gallery-Down Town “Photo Booth: Self Portraits”
Athens International Airport “On Faces” 13th International Month of Photography
French Institute of Athens “Stage On Fire” 13th International Month of
Audio visual electronic photo presentation at “Xenagetis” cultural centre
Benaki New Museum “Zoom on Greece: 50 Photographers on Greece”
Lazarite Convent, Thessalonica “A gypsy site in Greece”, organised by the
Friends of The Melina Merkouri Foundation and the State Theatre of Northern
Old Red Cross Building, “A Country Doctor in the Nafpaktia Mountains”,
accompanied by medical supply conceptual installations. Organised by the general
secretary of the new generation
photographic work was honoured in the “Cultural Identities”, international
photographic exhibition, a part of the “Days of Expression and Creation”
festival in Thessalonica.