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Nomas, No.16 – Crete

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Nomas magazine gazes at people and places with the curiosity, the joy and the longing of a nomad, the desire to belong, even for a while, to another culture.
Every issue explores a different destination, or a theme. The magazine is the common ground for photographers, artists, writers and creative wanderers who share the same passion, for experiencing and documenting travel narratives about the unseen and the untold.
Nomas is a limited edition that shapes a contemporary perception in Art and the travel culture industry, through its most comprehensive, best curated and researched content.

In this issue:

It is the island that nurtured the god of gods, Zeus, and the first land of Europe, as Kazantzakis used to call it.

NOMAS 16 is dedicated to Crete, but not in its entirety, for the island’s stories are as endless and captivating as Dedalus’ labyrinth. It focuses on its western parts -Chania, Lefka Ori, Sfakia, Balos, and Rethymno. Where the locals shoot road signs for practice and have a fifteen-syllable poem, a mantinada, at the edge of their lips. Where family vendettas used to span generations, and love stories like that of Erotokritos and Aretousa seem untouched by time. The salty Mediterranean flavours and the sound of crushing waves echo in deep caves, Psarantonis creates music history and Kazantzakis remains a legend. This issue follows Ariadne’s thread, like Theseus, and uncovers the unique beauty of Crete, one ‘room’ (or one page) at a time.

Through the lens of Yannis Bournias, FilepMotwary, Stavros Kastrinakis and ManolisMathiouthakis and with the mastery of Mirko Borsche’s design we showcase this eventful adventure at the southern-most part of Europe.

 

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