Updated: Apr 26
Updated: April 26 2023
We are thrilled to announce that our 'Wild Expo' exhibition concept has expanded to Greece, following a highly successful inaugural display in Albania last December. As the creators of this concept almost a year ago, our team here at Wildlife World Photographers is proud to see it continue to gain momentum and inspire audiences across the region. This exhibition offers a unique and interactive experience, celebrating the beauty and diversity of wildlife in the Balkans and beyond.
The eagerly anticipated Grand Opening of the upcoming exhibition has been announced, and it's set to take place on April 29th, 2023 at 7:00 pm at the prestigious Exhibition Centre of Ilioupolis, located in Athens, Greece. The Wildlife Photographers Association of Greece and the Ilioupolis Photo Club have collaborated to organize this exhibition, which promises to be a truly thrilling event.
Visitors can enjoy the exhibition daily from April 25th to May 6th, during two time slots, from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm and from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. The address of the exhibition center is 14-16 Eirinis Av & Alkiviadou, Fleming Sq, Ilioupolis.
During this exhibition, viewers will have the opportunity to indulge in stunning photographs of various countries' habitats from talented photographers across the Balkans and Europe. With 30 photographers participating, the exhibit promises to be a feast for the eyes and a celebration of our beautiful planet."
Beyond simply promoting the diverse and fascinating habitats and wildlife, the ultimate goal of 'Wild Expo' is to foster and strengthen community engagement among wildlife photographers from every corner of the globe. By bringing together talented photographers who share a passion for capturing animals in their natural splendor, this event serves as a platform for networking, collaboration, and a shared appreciation of our planet's stunning natural wonders. Through the power of photography and a commitment to conservation, 'Wild Expo' is paving the way towards a better future for our world's wildlife.