The world of Peter Kayafas is mainly in black and white, but it’s our common world: A little out of our cities and their comemrcial malls, empty spaces are still there and contain the marks of our man’s activity. These abandoned marks in the wide empty spaces of North America are seen by Peter Kayafas as some mythical and religious experience (something not far from the Easter Island stone statues).
A portfolio which must be visited slowly like you would taste a great wine: Plains totems.
Question: Is there something that could make you stop shooting photographs?
Peter Kayafas’ answer: Short of being physically incapable of making photographs, there is nothing that would stop me from continuing to explore the world with a camera. The subject matter that I am interested in is ubiquitous and always changing, which, of course, means that it warrants ongoing study.