In his new work Imaginary Monuments Alexis Vasilikos is exploring the question: If photographs were monuments, what kind of monuments would they be? He is playing with meaning and its absence, collective identity, and memory while questioning the medium of photography and its relation to memory.

Alexis Vasilikos (b.1977) is an Athens-based visual artist who works primarily with photography. His work revolves around peripatetic photography, spirituality, and abstraction. His practice is experimental and meditative and is influenced by the teachings of non-duality and mysticism. He studied photography in Athens, at Focus and  A.k.t.o. and attended the Art History Course of D.A.M.S. in Bologna. Since 2012 he is co-editing Phases Magazine an online fine art photography magazine. Ηe is represented by CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery.