This photographic project explores the issue of the long-term impact of war and propaganda on the daily lives of civilians in the Donbass warzone. It is a comprehensive attempt at recording the changes taking place in society in the warzone. Only 20 minutes away from the coffee shops in the

The object and the subject is a reflexion on our relationship to the gaze of others. The images were submitted to an eye-tracking test revealing the gaze of participants. It is a study of the fictions we build around something that is condemned to remain foreign to us. The experience

“There was a bunker built in the middle of the meadow, said to be bombproof, made of concrete with a pitched roof” W.G. Sebald. On the Natural History of Destruction. Concrete Doesn’t Burn is a visual research project about the influence of war and military technology on European cities. Considering

The international photo contest will accept applications through Jan. 31, 2019, according to a statement from the agency. This year marks the fifth anniversary of the contest, which is open to professional photographers. The Istanbul Photo Awards aims to support the profession of photojournalism. Photographers across the world are expected

SALT + SEA is a homologous study between the feminine form and the complex ecology of the ocean and it’s surrounding environment. Our planetary bodies of water are known to be affected by the lunar cycles. The changing moon is particularly associated with women because its regular twenty-eight day cycle


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Lima is the biggest city in the world built on a desert, so when you cross the topological frontieres of

The war between Armenia and Azerbaijan has been a long one. The troubles started in 1988, escalating into a full-scale

Percipere is, in a way, an image of the experimentation of a metaphysical doubt in a concrete way. The construction

There exist places or situations in which, despite the absence of any human entity, a faint presence can still be

Nowhereland is a concentrate of images from different potentially antithetical geographical places, which, confronted with each other, form a surreal,

Strange views are what we see of others that we begin to forget even though there is an extensive geographic


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The freedom of the puppet had always allowed it to explore the dark side of humanity and the taboos that

We are proud to announce the Winners of our 2018 Annual PhotogrVphy Grant! French documentary photography duo Sébastien Tixier &


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Diane Arbus (March 14, 1923 – July 26, 1971) was an American photographer noted for photographs of marginalized people—dwarfs, giants,

Wayne Sorce was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1946. He received both his B.F.A and his M.F.A in 1969 and


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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