Alexander Tsiaras

Media Coverage

Throughout Alexander's career, his work has been reviewed by most media organizations. See a sample below.


"Always moving, occasionally disquieting, Tsiaras's visual explorations of the human body are beautiful, compelling, visual stories that show what an amazing thing the body is. He displays them on Oprah, the Discovery Channel, in books and museum exhibits, on the Web - hoping to change how people think about health, and about their bodies."

Avery Comarow, Health Rankings Editor, U.S. New & World Report

"Striking anatomical images...Their purpose: To wow and inform."

Washington Post

"A step into medicine's future."

Chicago Tribune

"These images capture life and in their association with illness show it at its most mysterious and most vulnerable...A magical anatomy tour."

The New York Times

"If there is to be an Audubon of the human form, Tsiaras can make rightful claim to the title."


"A fascinating look at the inner workings of the human body."


"This enormous cache of digital information is being transformed in a provocative new method of visualizing--and thereby understanding."

ID Magazine

"[Tsiaras] reworks data to dazzling effects."

Scientific American

"I am giving Alexander's book to everyone I know for Christmas."


"[Alexander Tsiaras] developed this incredible new motion picture of the human body."

Diane Sawyer, Good Morning America

"Stunning, Stunning"

Charlie Rose

"Alexander Tsiaras and Anatomical Travelogue have left no technological stone unturned to build this work about the subtle architecture of the human form. He and his staff of talented imaging artists and scientists have earned their way into the finest repositories of clinical images and contemporary anatomical and physiological laboratories. The result is this astounding and beautiful book — superb in its abilities to address basic questions about the design of the human form and to anticipate the inquiries made practical only by employing the most modern medical technologies. This is a work for our time."

Adrianne Noe, Director of the National Museum of Health and Medicine

Alexander on Oprah

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