ConstantinosLepouris was born in Greece in 1996. He has a degree in Photography (AKTO College) and a master’s degree in Photography and Visual Language (Middlesex University). Working professionally as a photographer from the age of seventeen he has made several international collaborations and his work has already been featured in a handful of printed and online magazines. In 2019 he published his first photography book, called E(p)Ωs, and his project called HASHTAG took part in the Athens Photo Festival of 2020. During the quarantine, he remained active, experimenting with his art while also becoming the chief photographer of Koita, an arts and culture magazine. In 2021 he published a photographic calendar inspired by Tsarouchis’ months.Now, he is exploring Ancient Greek myths through the prism -and drawing inspiration from- the baroque and renaissance eras in his artworks, he is preparing a huge photographic painting, years in the making, while also expanding his “Fallen Heroes” photographic series. He also works in theatre and in cinema, being the official photographer and designing the posters of plays and films.
Group Exhibitions
- Athens Open Art 2020 with the project HASHTAG.
- Athens Photo Festival 2020.

Artist Books
- EpΩs (June 2019) Self Publication.
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