Everything I picture disappears is an artistic fanzine that is published every three months hosting a two-dimensional project specially designed for the issue; every issue is followed by an action in the real space.
In the first issue Myrto Tzima decided to combine 22 different perspectives of the typical greek family lunch, a special condition that is often defined by ambivalent feelings.
Myrto Tzima (b. Athens, 1990) is a photographer, graphic designer and visual artist based in Athens. Involved with film photography from a very young age, Myrto grew up recording daily life in Athens with a 35mm film camera. Later on, she participated in exhibitions, such as Pop Sensitivity at We are Bud (Athens) and published her photos in many magazines and zines, such as Visceral8 (N.Y.), Phroom magazine, ASU (Artistas Sean Unidos), Girls on film zine, Lost and Found zine among others. Myrto is also working as an assistant and art director in films and video clip shootings.
founded and curated by Eva Vaslamatzi
graphic design by Stavros Bilionis
printed and bound by Sleep On It Press in Athens, GR