The AIPF is held annually in July on the beautiful island of Antiparos in Greece. Often described as the world’s smallest international photography festival, the AIPF exhibits the work of 15 photographers carefully selected on the basis of technical and artistic merit. In the past, the AIPF has drawn photographers from around the world, with an emphasis on allowing young, up-and-coming talent to exhibit alongside experienced professionals.
What truly sets the AIPF apart from other festivals is not just its size. First and foremost, it’s one of the few festivals to take place in the open air. Secondly, the AIPF is not a commercial enterprise. Established as a non-profit association, it depends entirely on donations.
Photographs are exhibited in the ‘Anti’ art gallery and outdoors on the walls of the 15th century Kastro. Subtle lighting, musical performances, and the unique atmosphere of Antiparos make the AIPF an unforgettable experience.
The exhibition is taking place at Anti Art Gallery , Kastro! Maybe one of the smallest art galleries in the world, but with the biggest love for art, culture and Antiparos.
We appreciate every exhibition you host and are truly grateful for the work you do for the island, Anti Art Gallery.