5 Years of Bailouts: The Grim Legacy of Greece’s Crisis

5 Years of Bailouts: The Grim Legacy of Greece’s Crisis

In this photo made on late Wednesday. May 4, 2015, a sculpture stands at the southern Athens municipality of Elliniko-Argyroupolis. The resin-and-fiberglass sculpture by 22-year-old Tasos Nyfadopoulos is named Crisis _ the first public monument to tackle GreeceÌs stumbling peregrination from one near-bankruptcy to another, suffering economic depression, plummeting living standards and record unemployment on the way. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

Young Greek Creates Sculpture to Reflect Debt Crisis

The sculpture “Crisis” and the artist, Tasos Nyfadopoulos. The sculpture, a financial index that crushes taking a man down with it, was inspired by the economic crises in Greece which has led to a rise in suicides and at the same time implies an “escape” from this devastating situation. (photograph by Athanasia Batziou)

Young Greek Creates Sculpture to Reflect Debt Crisis

Detail view of “Crisis” sculpture. Photograph by Anastasios Nyfadopoulos.

Global Award for Artist Anastasios Nyfadopoulos

Crisis
“Crisis” sculpture. Photograph by Anastasios Nyfadopoulos.

Global Award for Artist Anastasios Nyfadopoulos