Americans parade

Against the backdrop of the 2016 presidential election and the constant media conversation on demographics, I decided to explore this question through that most American of activities, the parade, more specifically, the community that views the parade

Through details, gestures and interactions, the work explores the individual, family, community and the social and political fractures that have left Americans walled off from one another along lines of race, class and geography, an American that stands divided  and is being replicated in Europe.

George Georgiou


British photographer George Georgiou was born in London.
George’s work is mainly focused on the complexities of the individual in relation to community and the urban public space.

He has produced 3 monographs, 

“Fault Line/Turkey/East/West” 2010. 

“Last Stop” 2015 and 

 “Americans Parade” – shortlisted for Aperture/Paris Photo best photo book 2019.

His work has been exhibited in many galleries and museums internationally including Fault lines in the prestigious “New Photography 2011″ exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Americans Parade was exhibited at the ICP, NY

Several institutions and private collectors, including the Museum of Modern Art, NY and the Elton John collection, have collected Georgiou’s work. 

Awards include The British Journal of Photography project prize 2010, two World Press Photo prizes in 2003 and 2005, Pictures of the Year International first prize for Istanbul Bombs in 2004.