Shooting the Mafia: Documentary Screening (6/8)

6x6 Centre for Photography proudly supports the 14th Lemesos International Documentary Festival and invites you to the screening of the documentary SHOOTING THE MAFIA, about the life and legacy of Sicilian photographer Letizia Battaglia, by Kim Longinotto. The screening will take place at Lanitis Carob Mill, in Limassol, on Monday, 6th of August, 2019 at 18:30. 

TICKET PRE-SALE at 6x6! CALL 25354810, or drop by from 09:00 - 18:00. Each ticket costs €2.


English & Greek subtitles
Duration: 97'

A biopic about the Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia known for her intrepid recording of the devastation caused by the mafia in her native Sicily. The feature documentary weaves together Battaglia’s striking black-and-white photographs, classic Italian movies, rare archival film, and the now 84-year-old’s own memories, to paint a portrait of a remarkable woman whose bravery and defiance helped expose the Cosa Nostra’s brutal crimes.

«Captured by Georgia Savva» : Photography Exhibition [3 - 13 /7/ 2019]

«Captured by Georgia Savva»

Photography Exhibition 

Exhibition Opening: Wednesday, 3rd July 2019, 7:30 p.m.

Exhibition Duration: 3 - 13 July 2019

6x6 Centre for Photography, Limassol

 Georgia Savva presents her first solo photography exhibition entitled, "Captured by Georgia Savva", at 6x6 Centre for Photography in Limassol. The exhibition opens Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019, at 7.30p.m. and it will remain open for the public until July 13th.

Georgia Savva is an amateur photographer. In addition to her passion for Photography, Georgia Savva has also developed a great enthusiasm for music and writing, the latter becoming a refuge, as well as a mirror, whenever she wishes to confront her hidden self on paper.

Georgia Savva longs to be able to call herself a “photographer”, since she strongly believes that an art can hardly ever be mastered.

It is important to find the essence in insignificant things and transform it into something beautiful and meaningful. Movement in Photography has the ability to capture moments in eternity. With my first exhibition, I wish to “expose” myself, as well as to present a distinctive aspect of my existence. Photography is a beautifully laconic way of expressing those much-desired thousand words”.

Free Entrance

Part of the proceeds will be donated to charity.

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 10:00 - 13:00 & 15:00 - 19:00, Saturday 10:00 – 14:00 

Smartphone Photography Workshop with Bettina Von Kameke

Smartphone Photography Workshop, with German photographer Bettina Von Kameke

- In collaboration with Berlin School of Photography-

Group A: 11th May, 2019

Group B: 12th May, 2019

Hours: 10:00 - 15:00

BOOK EARLY! Email: or Call +35725354810

COST €115 (Inc. VAT, tuition fees, lunch, certificate of participation)

Please mention type of phone when registering

Instagram account and Lightroom app are recommended for optimum knowledge learning

Workshop content

Join Bettina von Kameke and discover how to bring your Smartphone Photography to life! Learn how to take stunningly creative photographs in your own signature style with your mobile device.

  • Fundamentals of smartphone photography

  • Exposure and focus

  • Composition, framing & use of light

  • Tips for portraits 

  • Useful accessories, lenses and mounts

  • Best apps for quick editing 

  • Practical assignments 

  • Photo Walk: Let’s hit the streets!

  • Fun with panorama

  • Live Image Editing on Lightroom App

Bio Note:

Bettina von Kameke is a professional portrait and Documentary Photographer. Her work investigates enclosed communities, their life, rituals and identities. She has lived in different communities, observed and experienced their way of life.

Travelled on a container ship from England to South Africa; lived in an enclosed order of Benedictine Nuns; travelled with a Circus through the Czech Republic; explored a community of male prisoners at HMP Wormwood Scrubs and many more. She has exhibited worldwide, in London, New York and Berlin. 

Bettina founded Berlin School of Photography in 2013. Her unique personal approach and the willingness to experiment with a range of ideas, methods and approaches, create an atmosphere where the students, any age, any background and any level of experience, are inspired and get the maximum pleasure out of their participation.

"UNTERWEGS": Photography Exhibition by Michael Zeipekkis [1 - 22 /12/ 2018]

Opening: Saturday, 1st December 2018, 18:00

Exhibition Duration: 1 - 22 December 2018

Michael Zeipekkis cordially invites you to his photography exhibition entitled, "Unterwegs", at 6x6 Centre for Photography in Limassol. The exhibition opens Saturday, December 1st, 2018, at 6p.m. and will remain open for the public until December 22nd.

Being for decades an avid “analog” amateur photographer who discovered the beauty and unlimited potential of mobile digital photography just five years ago, Michael Zeipekkis has been trying ever since to catch the ”wow” moment that makes a picture special by exclusively using his smartphone.

Thousands of interesting and unusual moments have been gathered since his first mobile picture was taken and a collection of those, that Michael wishes to share with the public, will be exhibited between the 1st and 22nd of December at the 6x6 Centre for Photography, in Limassol.

Images and scenes from in and out of Cyprus will be on display and offered for sale, while the net proceeds will be donated to the Association for Children with cancer and related diseases “One dream one wish”. The event is under the auspices of H.E Mr Franz Josef Kremp, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Cyprus.

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 13:00 & 15:00 - 19:00 and Saturday: 10:00 - 14:00


Art and the business of art: do it anyway! Lecture by Nefeli Soteriou

Photo credit: Chris Curry

Photo credit: Chris Curry

Art and the business of art: do it anyway!
Lecture by Nefeli Soteriou
Location: 6x6 Centre for Photography 19 Ipeirou Str. Limassol
Date: 8th September 2018
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, with Q and A
📞 +35725354810 or email

Do you wish sometimes it were easier to make your art? Is your partner, or family members unsupportive of your creative endeavors? Can you not make time to make your art? Is the business of art overwhelming? Are you devastated by submission rejections?

All these are contemporary symptoms of avoidance to express your creativity. In this presentation, you will learn to rise above hindrances and to do it anyway!

What you will learn:
· How to regain control of your creative life
· Ways to embrace your unique artistic identity at home and at work
· Powerful processes to help yourself in times of rejection
· Learn how to create in the middle of things
· Business tips that serve you as an entrepreneur

Mini Bio of the Lecturer:
Committed to the arts at a very young age, Nefeli played the mandolin in a children’s choir in Limassol where she grew up and earned degrees in photography and film and media arts. Now a licensed life coach in New York State and certified creativity coach, she helps her clients to lifestyle transformation, to enhance their creativity and wellness and presents her own engaging and transformative workshops in New York City. Nefeli produces narrative films that celebrate the human condition and has worked in the film industry, as a freelance designer, videographer, and a photographer, and over the last 17 years teaches and designs curriculum in filmmaking production, photography and other visual art for all ages (5-77 years old). Nefeli has won professional commercial awards for her video and photography work and has extensive experience as an adjunct professor in Filmmaking Production at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, SUNY at Buffalo, NY and taught the course of Interpersonal Communication at CUNY in NYC. She has worked as a consultant with healing and wellness groups over the last 4 years and has developed programs and courses of study for those seeking to dive deeper into personal transformation, enhance their creativity, as well as for arts professionals desiring training and supervision.

"INSTANT DREAMS" DOCUMENTARY Screening 6/8/2018 (Ticket pre-sale has started!)


6x6 Centre for Photography supports the 13th Lemesos International Documentary Festival and invites you to the screening of the documentary INSTANT DREAMS, by Willem Baptist. The screening will take place at Evagoras Lanitis Centre, in Limassol, on Monday, 6th of August, at 18:30. English & Greek subtitles
Duration: 91'

Instant Dreams by Willem Baptist is a visual tribute to the fascination of Polaroid photography. When Polaroid announced the end of instant film in 2008, the last still working factory was bought by a small group of enthusiasts. Among them is the retired scientist Stephen Herchen who is still trying to unravel the secret of the lost chemical formula. 

TICKET PRE-SALE at 6x6! CALL 25354810, or drop by from 09:00 - 18:00. Each ticket costs €2.


6-week photography course starts April 14th


Join our next practical photography course organised on a six week basis (in small groups), and starting on Saturday, April 14th. A simple and comprehensible learning method is applied, including theory of photography, Photoshop techniques, hands-on photographic sessions, outdoor photography and studio photography (in the Centre’s fully-equipped studio).


To reserve your place please call (+357) 25354810 or email for more info.

Please click here for the course outline.


6x6 Centre for Photography is proud to present French photographer Jean-Marc Caracci's photography exhibition entitled Homo Urbanus Europeanus.

The series of photographs “Homo Urbanus Europeanus” has been the subject of 29 exhibitions in 22 countries, across Europe and the world. The exhibition was first presented in Cyprus within the framework of Pafos 2017 European Capital of Culture, and now travels to Limassol.

Jean-Marc Caracci has travelled to 39 European capitals (including Nicosia in 2015) to photograph "the man in his urban environment" or, according to the artist, "the urban being".

Every photograph of the series “Homo Urbanus Europeanus”, by the accuracy of its framing and its crisp style, is a hymn to the magnificent citizen. This human presence, captured with fineness, gives the city an unexpected beauty and majesty.

"Whilst taking photographs in a city, I see myself as a private detective, investigating the comings and goings of humanity, similar to a biologist observing movements inside a cell. Capturing people in their urban environment opens a way to explore my own humanity".

 - Jean-Marc Caracci

About the Photographer

Jean-Marc Caracci was born in Tunisia, his heritage is 100% Sicilian, but he has lived in the south of France, Montpellier, since his early childhood. With help and support from his elder brother, he started photographing and using the darkroom at the age of 15. When he was 20, he joined the army and was fortunate to be appointed the official photographer of the regiment. Being a self-taught photographer, during his time in the army he developed his skills and technical expertise in photographing people. He has always focused on Man as a representation of belonging, and rarely as a social object. His work is strongly influenced by photographers like Henri Cartier Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, Raymond Depardon… and also by the American painter Edward Hopper.

* Below is the link to the portfolio “Homo Urbanus Europeanus”:

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