Kyriakos KAZIRAS’s photographs relate a form of humanity to polar animals. They show animals captured in moments of life with behaviors that can recall those of humans. The viewer thus sees a polar bear raising its paw as if greeting it, or even bears appearing to exchange signs of affection. The humanity that emerges from these clichés can touch him, soften him, and move him. He is then led to take another look at these species and finds himself concerned by their preservation.