The series ‘Non-Structures’ presents London – and cities in general – as a spectacle of constant conflict, negotiation and flux. Capturing key moments in the life of diverse buildings, the images reveal a condition of transience, trapped as these buildings and sites are between the boundaries of architecture and ruin,

Petrus reflects on a certain rhetoric of masculinity in Western culture. It is about the human drive to define ourselves and the world through a definite form. Form is never stable though. It is the ever-changing result of a never-ending tension between forces pushing from within and pressures coming from

The Alarcon family is one of the last families who still work as nomadic shepherds in Spain and Europe. In the heart of Europe, the phenomenon of transhumance has survived for centuries: families of shepherds that migrate through the territory by foot with their animals in search of better pastures,

The Irish Travelers are an insular ethnic group that has lived on the fringes of mainstream Irish society for centuries. They live an itnerant lifestyle, with long traditons and gender-based roles that have been passed down from generaton to generaton. Sons commonly take over jobs or enter trades their fathers

Says Pio: “Out of the Blue” portrays the secret encounters of two lovers destined to be together and yet cursed to be apart. Growing on the edge of a man-made cliff-top promenade, these trees and shrubs can never reach the ever-moving waters of the sea upon which they gaze. For


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This is the story of a former Soviet republic landlocked in central Asia, Kyrgyzstan, home to six million people, esteemed

Imagined Homeland (2013-19) is a seven-year-long surrealistic exploration of the mythical life of the indigenous Lisu tribe living inside the

He is an old man whose body I wash every morning. A room without soul, silence, an island. I do

Says Jillian: These images work to explore the notion of experience as touch and emotional and physical endurance performed through

Show Caves is a collection of large format photographs that explores the anthropocentric tendencies of modern tourism seen in domestic

About her project says Ioanna: After my father passed away three years ago, I returned to my homeland Greece and


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We are delighted to announce the Winners of our 2019 International Photography Grant! International Photography Grant awards $1000 annually to

Says Michele: Monte Terminillo is a massif in the Monti Reatini, part of the Apennine range in central Italy. It


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In Russia, people have a lot of prejudice towards people with mental disorders. They are not considered full-fledged people with

Blooming flowers are in the most unstable position in the course of life’s activities that repeat life and death. It


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Photochroms of Paris (1890s – 1900s)

Late in the 19th century, Paris hosted two major international expositions: the 1889 Universal Exposition, was held to mark the


Apollo 1 Mission (1966-1967)

Apollo 1, initially designated AS-204, was the first manned mission of the United States Apollo program, which had as its