The reality that we hide behind closed doors comes to light for a few days through a photo exhibition that moves people at the Piraeus metro terminal.
The "Hidden" photo exhibition, featuring images by award-winning photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur, among others, on the treatment of domestic animals by humans and what happens behind the closed doors where they live, is a co-organisation of A Promise to Animals and STOP.
Jo-Anne McArthur has been documenting animal life for two decades. He is the author of three books: "We Animals", "Captive", and "HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene".
He has received awards such as Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Nature Photographer of the Year, Big Picture, International Images of the Year (POYI) and the World Peace Photography Award. His work is available for free through the WeAnimals Media website.
A little surprise awaits those who get off at the "Piraeus" Metro station these days: Until 13/06 it hosts the "Hidden" photo exhibition of A Promise to Animals in collaboration with STASY and the award-winning photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur, with issue of the treatment of animals by humans.
The photo exhibition, based on McArthur's book of the same name, presents works by her and her collaborators, from various countries of the world, with the aim of informing the public about what actually happens regarding the exploitation and abuse of animals and goes unnoticed, as well as raising awareness of animal welfare issues.
A Promise to Animals is a Non-Profit Organisation created with the aim of abolishing all kinds of animal exploitation and promoting veganism as a diet and lifestyle.
Erietta Kourkoulos Latsis, its founder and president, speaking at the 5th Marie Claire Power Trip about her love for animals, said: "I don't know where it came from, it's not family anyway! I happened to be born with this love, empathy, which I think is not limited to humans or animals.
"If you open your heart and can imagine yourself in the other person's place, this is a natural continuation: Just as I can imagine myself in the place of a woman with infertility, so I can imagine myself in the place of an animal that does not have a voice, no way to defend itself."
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