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Examples of "economopoulos"
Costaki Economopoulos and his former partner, comedian Caroline Rhea, have a daughter, Ava Rhea Economopoulos, born October 21, 2008. His current partner is photographer and teacher Christa Meola. They married in December 2013.
Born in Kalamata, Economopoulos studied law at university and worked as a journalist.
In 2002 Economopoulos and his family were living in Preveza; he is now (2010) living in Athens.
In 1993, Frank Viviano, who had first met Economopoulos in Timişoara just after the fall of Nicolae Ceauşescu, wrote that:
As for the radio station, Bakoyanni turned over the responsibility to starting it to the municipal radio station Athina 98.4 FM and its director Giannis Politis and the new director of AIR 104.4 FM Thanos Economopoulos. After the departure of Thanos Economopoulos, Politis assigned Ersie Vatou and Panos Polyzoidis as directors of AIR 104.4 FM with Vana Theoharatou as the station's secretary.
First on Economopoulos' mind was to come up with a name for the station. He came up with Athens International Radio, with the initials AIR.
In 1988, Economopoulos finished work as a journalist and set off on a two-year photographic survey of Greece and Turkey.
Nikos Economopoulos (Νίκος Οικονομόπουλος, "Nikos Oikonomopoulos", b.1953) is a Greek photographer known for his photography of the Balkans and of Greece in particular.
Economopoulos recalls that even then he did not start photography for over two years but instead bought photography books. Then he started photography:
Rhea and her former partner, comedian Costaki Economopoulos, have a daughter Ava, who was born in New York City on Thursday, October 23, 2008.
Oikonomopoulos () is a Greek surname. It is often also rendered as Ikonomopoulos or Economopoulos. The feminine form is Oikonomopoulou (Οικονομοπούλου). It may refer to:
In Economopoulos' photographs, a smile, a tilt of the head, an unusual leap, a look, from being insignificant details from the second level of everyday life are re-evaluated and transformed into major photographic events.
Economopoulos said in 2001 that he preferred to sleep in his caravan when travelling around the Balkans and Turkey. He did not feel safe in his caravan in the Balkans, but did feel safe in Turkey.
Constantinos Christos Vassilis "Costaki" Economopoulos (born December 25, 1969) is an American stand-up comedian. A Florida native, he grew up in Kennesaw, Georgia, he began his comedy career in 1993 while attending graduate school at the University of Georgia. Economopoulos covers several topics in his act, but focuses mainly on political comedy. He is a regular guest on the "The Bob & Tom Show", most notably with his former weekly broadcasts of a spot dubbed "The Economonologue". He has been billed as "the biggest name in comedy" in reference to his long name.
As early as 1984, Economopoulos says, "it bothered me ideologically that Greeks and Turks were enemies", and he visited Turkey to take photographs. "No Greek at that time would go to Turkey on holiday", he writes, and his Greek friends were incredulous; but Economopoulos quickly felt at home in Turkey, where the atmosphere "was exactly the same as when I was a kid in the 1960s." (Much later, he would add that Greece and western Turkey had replaced tavernas with McDonald's, while east Turkey still preserved the values of the past.)
Economopoulos was dissatisfied with the assignment in Japan, as he felt unable to communicate with people and was just as estranged after three weeks of work as he had been on his arrival. By contrast, he writes that "I prefer to spend my time in my corner of the world, south Europe and west Asia, where I understand the codes and can make connections." This does not mean that the Balkans are an open book to him: Economopoulos has also written of the paradoxes apparent in Albania; and also across the Balkans, where faces can be sad even in wedding parties.
The BBC granted the owners of Olympic Action, Free Press Group, the authority to receive BBC World Service radio programs, via satellite as of January 1, 1989. In 2003, Anastasi asked Economopoulos, to join the International Media Department of the Athens Municipality of which he was the director under Mayor Dora Bakoyanni and which was mainly set up for the Athens 2004 Olympics. One of the projects which Anastasi had planned for Athens was to create a radio station serving the foreign community and guests of the Greek capital. Due to his experience in radio programming, Anastasi asked Economopoulos to come up with a proposal for the radio station.
Among the photographers to have been awarded one-man shows at Maison Robert Doisneau are Graciela Iturbide (2006), Hervé Gloaguen (2006), Izis (on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the gallery's founding, 2007), Nikos Economopoulos (2009–10). and Émile Savitry (2012/13).
Economopoulos only started taking photographs at 25 when a friend in Italy showed him a book of the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, which had an impact that was both instant and lasting. Cartier-Bresson "showed me a new way to see things. . . . What I saw in his work was not only geometry and composition, but a kind of ambiguity."
Economopoulos was encouraged to join Magnum Photos by the Greek-American photographer Costa Manos, and became an associate member in 1990 and, after his work in Albania, Bulgaria, Romania and the former Yugoslavia, a full member in 1994. His early work won him the 1992 Mother Jones Award for Documentary Photography.