Description at the back: Nomads. Kars village, Turkey, 1990.
Focusing on the Balkan Peninsula, Nikos Economopoulos captures a community divided by ethnic, religious and territorial warfare.
Nikos Economopoulos (1953) is a Greek photographer known for his photography of the Balkans and of Greece in particular. In 1988, he finished work as a journalist and set off on a two-year photographic survey of Greece and Turkey. His photography of Turkey won him the 2001 Abdi İpekçi Award for promoting friendship between Turkey and Greece. His photographs have been published in The Guardian, The Independent, Le Monde, Libération, The New York Times, El País, and Die Zeit.