Christos Chryssopoulos (1968) is a writer and photographer. He has been awarded the Prize of the Academy of Athens (2008), the Balkanika Prize (2015) and the French Award Prix Laure Bataillon (2014). He is honored with the title of Chervalier / Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Republic (2015). His photography is exhibited in group and solo shows in Athens and abroad. His work is collected in public and private collections in Greece. His latest solo exhibitions • “En[Syn]Aesthesis / Anna Vera” [Piraeus Municipal Theater, 2015] • “Disjunction” [Artwall, Athens, 2015] • “Disjunction” [MuCEM, Marseilles, 2014] • “Disjunction” [Desmos Gallery, Paris, 2014] • “My mother’s silence” [Alex Mylona Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens 2014] • “My mother’s silence” [The Symptom Projects, Amfissa, 2014]. “Disjunction” will be exhibited in France throughout 2016 in Nantes, Laval and Saint-Florent le Vieil. Christos Chrissopoulos has published 13 books, of different genres (fiction, essay, chronicle, literary theory). He is a member of the Society of Authors, the European Cultural Parliament (ECP), the European Writers Association (SEUA). His work is translated into twelve languages.