Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
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|Place of birth: Ethiopia|
|Art Medium: photography|
|Of Greek & Italian origin, was born and raised in Ethiopia before moving to Canada. He took his first photographs at age 11 with an instamatic camera and is for the most part self-taught. Costadimas has lived in China and Hong Kong since 1988 interrupted by a three year stint in Tokyo. In 1991, he joined the group "Aux Yeux" with which he began exhibiting his work in Hong Kong. He has subsequently held numerous group exhibitions in Hong Kong, Japan and Canada, including the 1996 Fringe Festival's "Restricted Exposures, Private Content - Public View" and in 2000: "Bodywork" at the LEE Gallery in Toronto. Costadimas was one of only three non-Chinese photographers selected to represent Hong Kong in the CD-ROM "50 Contemporary Photographers" issued in 1996. He has held two solo exhibitions "Esoteric Erotica" and "Viae Variae" both in 1999.|
|Osman with Gun (Viae Variae series) (1986-2000) Toned silver gelatin print 16" x 20"||PLA crossing at Lo Wu, July 1st, 1997 (Viae Variae series) (1986-2000) Toned silver gelatin print 16" x 20"||Fire Dance (Viae Variae series) (1986-2000) Toned silver gelatin print 16" x 20"||Adult Day (Viae Variae series) (1986-2000) Toned silver gelatin print 16" x 20"|
|Refuge (1990) Silver gelatin print 8" x 10"||That Obscure Object Of Desire (1991) Silver gelatin print 11" x 14"||Behind The Secret Veil (Esoteric Erotica series) (1999-2000) Toned silver gelatin print on textured paper 20" x 24"||Claws Clause (Esoteric Erotica series) (1999-2000) Toned silver gelatin print on textured paper 20" x 24"|
|Yaumatei Red (Dislocation Re-launch) (2004) C-print 8" x 10"||Metamorphosis (2005) Digital Print on Hahnemuhle Paper 20" x 24"||Quiet Contemplation series (2005)|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.