Personal Projects: Point of Entry: Minas Konsolas

“I think I tried to go back once or twice when I first came here. And then, gradually, you know… you change. And then what you call ‘home’ changes. It’s not the same place anymore. And then you kind of find yourself… like, you are on your journey. Rather, that’s where your home is. Your home is to be out there and explore and learn. But then, I live in Baltimore now most of my life, so I call Baltimore my home. That’s what it is.” Minas KonsolasImmigrated to Baltimore, Maryland, United States from Karpathos, Greece in 1976Photo by Sean ScheidtInterview by Ashley Minner, 3/22/17Baltimore, Maryland
Minas Konsolas

“I think I tried to go back once or twice when I first came here. And then, gradually, you know… you change. And then what you call ‘home’ changes. It’s not the same place anymore. And then you kind of find yourself… like, you are on your journey. Rather, that’s where your home is. Your home is to be out there and explore and learn. But then, I live in Baltimore now most of my life, so I call Baltimore my home. That’s what it is.”  

Minas Konsolas 

Immigrated to Baltimore, Maryland, United States from Karpathos, Greece in 1976 

Photo by Sean Scheidt 

Interview by Ashley Minner, 3/22/17 

Baltimore, Maryland