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επισκέπτης (ο): [episképtis]
Visitor, guest, caller - a person visiting a person or place, especially socially or as a tourist.


The Open Call for the residency program "Episkeptes 2022" has ended.

We are very pleased to announce the selected artists for the second edition of the program.

The selected artists are:

1) The collodionist László Gálos from Hungary and based in Netherlands

2) The fine art photographer Julia Forrest, based in the United States


Vukašin Nedeljković,  artist, activist and independent scholar.

We would like to thank all the artists who submitted proposals to our call. The choice has been a difficult one due to the high quality of works we have received.

The Kimonos Art Center team

László Gálos, 

As a creator, he explores the relationship between the subjective and objective” reality. Testing the limits of perception and cognizance, since 2015 he has almost exclusively been using wet plate collodion in his photographs. Since then his works has been displayed at thirteen solo exhibitions as well as at over seventy group exhibitions in Hungary, Belarus, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain and the USA. Every year since 2017, he has won the creative scholarship of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary. In 2017 and 2019, he won the main prize at the Szentes Nude Photography Bienniale. He is a member of the InstArt Group and the L1 Independent Artists Association of Public Utility. He has been living in the Netherlands since 2021.

more at:

Residency period: October 2022

Galos_Portfolio - László Gálos-14.jpg
Galos_Portfolio - László Gálos-8.jpg

Virtual, 2020

Julia Forrest, 
fine art photographer

Julia Forrest is a Brooklyn based artist. She works strictly in film and prints in a darkroom she built within her apartment. Her own art has always been her top priority in life and in this digital world, she will continue to work with old processing. Anything can simply be done in photoshop, she prefers to take the camera, a tool of showing reality, and experiment with what she can do in front of the lens. Julia is currently working as a teaching artist at the Brooklyn Museum, Abrons Art Center, and USDAN Center. As an instructor, she thinks it is important to understand that a person can constantly stretch and push the boundaries of their ideas with whatever medium of art s/he chooses. Her goal is for her audience to not only enjoy learning about photography, but to see the world in an entirely new way and continue to develop a future interest in the arts.

more at:

Residency period: January 2023

JuliaForrest_Portfolio - julia forrest-5.jpg

Elevate, 2020
silver gelatin print

JuliaForrest_Portfolio - julia forrest-4.jpg

Divide, 2018
silver gelatin print

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