NEWS

Simon Baker, director of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie 

selects 'Mayflies' as one of the best photobooks of 2019
@Photobookstore Magazine

"For me Mayflies stands out 

both because it is by an artist with whom I was not previously familiar, 

and because it is so complete and coherent. 

It is, like the best photobooks, a real immersion in the world of the artist. 

Being Void, appropriately, it is a dark world, but a rich and beautiful one."

                                                                                                                                                                              Simon Baker


'Mayflies' book review by Fabien Ribery

"Here is one of the most beautiful books in the world, 

a free-dive in a woman's womb, an impressively sensitive and archeopoetic traversal 

of the Kingdom of Shadows."

                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fabien Ribery


'Mayflies' - Interview @Fisheye Magazine 

by Lou Tsatsas

"Dans ses clichés, aucun symbole, mais plutôt un désir de mettre en scène son intuition. 

Nature et corps fusionnent, habitant un univers sombre et douloureux. 

Les négatifs reflètent cette violence, et se transforment sous les « coups » de la photographe."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Lou Tsatsas


'Mayflies' book @Tipi Bookshop

"An archetypal matriarch, the one that is universal and woman, flawed and yet powerful, 

melded with the recollections of my own mother. Dimitra Dede’s words transpired grievance: 

“The music stopped. The music along with the veritable cornucopia of love for me, 

are buried now.” 

Near the culmination of Mayflies, after the laden black pages, comes a white that is sterile. 

Her text is a moment in time, a lapse from the first word to the last, 

but more importantly from the history collected into the book’s core, 

to the final chapter of silent, pallid, gray grief."

                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tipi bookshop - C.Sawyer project⁠



'Mayflies' book review @ Perlentacher - Fotolot magazine

"In this respect, it is a stroke of luck when, as the author of a column like "Fotolot", 

you come across a work whose nature recalls special moments when 

you first saw Sally Mann's large formats or Louise Bourgeois' sculptures in a museum. 

One of the rare works of this kind is Dimitra Dede's photo book 'Mayflies'."

                                                                                                                                                                                                     Peter Truschner - Perlentaucher magazine


'Mayflies' book @Le Bal, Paris



'Mayflies' book @Photobookstore


Mayflies book @Photobookcorner


Mayflies @Folha de S.Paulo - Entretempos - Interview



Mayflies book @ Phases Magazine


Polycopies include 'Mayflies' book in their Visitor guide & book recommendations 2019!


Mayflies book launch at Polycopies during Paris Photo 06 -10 November 2019


Athens Photo Festival 2019

Exhibition ‘The Other Sons and Daughters@Void

25 June - 25 July 2019



Exhibition Photo-graphé @The Benaki Museum Athens

29/11/2018 - 05/01/2019




LaNuu Festival de Fotografia

Screening of 'Viscera"


Screening @ Obscura festival

In dialogue with Yorgos Yatromanolakis




'Matter absent' @ Yogurt magazine



@ Bad to the Bone magazine

'Nostalgia' curated by Void



@ Float gallery

Exhibition 'Found & Lost' curated by Void


'A study of Mayflies'

zine published by Void

@ The Center for Fine Art Photography

Faux exhibition curated by Louise Clements


Brighton Photo Biennial 2015

'Night Contact'


Using Format