Somalian refugees at Hiswa camp, Aden, 1992, from Nikos Economopoulos's book "About Children". / Photo: Nikos Economopoulos/Magnum Photos
Gypsy musicians playing on the street in Vukovar, Croatia 1992. [Credit : Nikos Economopoulos]
Nikos Economopoulos - Village of Olympos. Woman carrying her bread she has baked in a communal oven. GREECE. 1989. [***]
Nikos Economopoulos - Aghia Galini village. Tourists in the port. Island of Crete. GREECE. 1985.
Nikos Economopoulos, Dinner held after a funeral, Maramures, Romania, 1990.
Nikos Economopoulos - The Central Railway Station, Tirana, Albania, 1991
Nikos Economopoulos. Kars village. Nomads. Turkey. 1990.
NIKOS ECONOMOPOULOS GREECE. Kea island. School children dressed up on National Day for the parade celebrating the Greek independence
Yemen by Nikos Economopoulos -Arab -Muslim -Islam-Magnum Photos 1990s 1992 -Hadhramawt Valley -Wheat -Agriculture-B&W Photography- Photojournalism
Nikos Economopoulos (born 1953) is a Greek photographer known for his photography of the Balkans and of Greece in particular. He studied law in Parma, Italy, an
La Mirada Difusa (Cultura, Frikadas y Tontunas de la Era Moderna): Fotógrafos: Nikos Economopoulos
Gypsy [Roma] musicians playing on the street in Vukovar, Croatia 1992. [Credit : Nikos Economopoulos]
Nikos Economopoulos, Greece, Attica region, Shantytown of Aspropirgos, near Athens, Gypsies, 1993
Eva Besnyö, senza titolo, 1933 (John Fernhout, Anneke van der Feer, Joris Ivens, Westkapelle, Zeeland, Paesi Bassi), Collezione Iara Brusse, Amsterdam © Eva Besnyö / Maria Austria Instituut Amsterdam
Tamas DezsoNear Calan Calan, West Romania, 2011
2012 World Press Photo Contest Winners - 1st Prize Daily Life Singles: A photograph of North Korea's founder, Kim II-sung, hangs on a building in the capital of Pyongyang, North Korea, Oct. 5, 2011. (Damir Sagolj/Reuters)