Born in Athens, she graduated from the Philosophy Department of the University of Athens. She attended Platon Rivellis’s Photography seminars at the Photography Circle in Athens and she also attended Photography courses at the International Center of Photography in New York. In 2014 she published “People World”, an album with her photographs (Cube Art Publications). She lives and works in Athens.
The rite of passage •
People World •
Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete•
In Motion II •
Objects In Motion •
Art Space 123 Pireos•
Tsoukatou has moved beyond the limitations of the camera to render images of time flowing through her images. She sees objects in motion and captures the essence of their motion. There is urgency surrounding her subjects, a need to be somewhere, to do something. Not to stand still. Her images recognize that life does not stand still…
Tsoukatou’s images reveal the movement and rhythm of life, the fleeting details and mysteries unfolding in common places and chance moments. The subtle gestures, the furtive glances, the darkness that illuminates; these are a few of the recurring symbols which appear in Popi’s work that help us recognize ourselves in the unguarded moments of our own lives.