Photographer Anthimos Ntagkas Captures Mystically Unexpected Street Pictures
Anthimos Ntagkas was born in Athens Greece in 1979. He studied at the Greek Military Academy and currently works at the Greek army. His first engagement with art was through his participation at the Atopos Gallery with various performances, followed by a published art book entitled “My Body is my Temple”, presented by Breeder Gallery.
Three years ago, Anthimos introduced himself as Daganth, a self taught street photographer through social media. Since then a lot of magazines have published his work and have assigned him street photography projects.
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