Dimitris Tsoumplekas (born in Athens, 1967) is a photographer, mostly interested in the inter-connection of individuals and societies to their immediate environment and the way it shapes and gives meaning to their experience. Landscape, both as a territory and an inner state, is predominant in his work.
Along with his solo shows he has participated in various group shows (such as No Country for Young Men, BOZAR, Brussels, 2014, La premiere Image, CRAC, Languedoc-Rousillon, France, 2009, Dynamics of Urban Culture, IX Bienal de la Habana, Cuba, 2006, Mediterraneans, Macro al Matattoio, Rome, 2004,
Self Aboutness, Sala de exposiciones Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, 2004,
Time Capsule, Art in General, New York, 2002,
The Faded Ideal, Martin-Gropius Bau, Berlin, 2002,
Metro, DESTE Foundation, Athens, 1999 etc).
His latest publication is the photo book Texas, a visual narration about the current situation in Greece.