In recent years, and especially since 2010 and the arrival of the IMF, Greece has been periodically spotlighted in the world’s media as a place and a society in conflict. Eight years later, as it apparently approaches the end of the memorandum era, the question arises as to what precisely remains in Greece from this long-drawn-out socio-political situation. The works presented constitute a record of the reality of Greece in the Late Memorandum period, demonstrating different aspects of the Greek reality and Greek society. The emphasis is not on a journalistic photo-reportage of events, but rather on more personal outlooks that focus on observing ordinary life and personal experience: what it means to be in Greece now, with the ever-present shadow of a “glorious” historic past that runs through everyday life and directs the eye.