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Michael Koch: Left To My Own Devices

The determing element in Michael Koch’s photographic work is transformation. Private individuals change into role models who mingle with art historical and mass media patterns. This combination with private and public elements in pictures bother a kind of a psychological suspence opening the direction of motives of desire. These “archetype...

Rosa Mariniello: Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a chronic condition characterized by depigmented patches of skin due to the loss of melanocytes.It is affects 1 to 2% of the world’s population regardless of age, sex or ethnic background.While the exact causes of the disease remain unknown.Vitiligo inevitably raises questions about beauty, identity, and change.The emotional...

Maxim Dondyuk: Untitled Project from Chernobyl

On April 27, 1986 people in cities and villages of the Chernobyl zone heard a notice of a temporary evacuation because of the “adverse radiation situation”. Tens of thousands of people left their homes, assured by the Soviet government to come back in a few days, taking only the necessities...

Arseniy Neskhodimov: Safety Cards

Says Arseniy: A few years ago I developed a fear of flying. It’s because I started to look at the safety instructions every time I got on a plane. There are many different safety guides, in fact, all of them describe a world riddled with pending danger and give advice...

Faysal Zaman: Red

Says Faysal: I watched my father disappear from me, and leave me and never returned to my life. My whole life I watched him from the distance as I stood in the eclipses letting him. He left us with so many words unspoken. So much love, unloved. And so much...

Stefano Stranges – The Victims Of Our Wealth

Accra - Ghana. Its name is Agbogbloshie, but when you look for it, you better ask for “Sodom and Gomorrah”, everyone knows it with that name. It is the black dump of the West. 100,000 tons a year including mobiles, fridges, televisions, computers. Here, they are burnt, opened, selected, recycled...

Alena Zhandarova: Hidden Motherhood

Despite its commonness and prose, the topic of motherhood still remains off-limit. It is generally considered that having or adopting a baby makes a mother. But is it really so? Parenthood was, is and will be there. It’s a long experienced but – surprisingly enough – a constantly changing subject...

Alessio Pellicoro: L’ altro Deserto Rosso

A project that aims to examine the so-called microworlds born and developed at the edges of Taranto. The current socio-economic and, above all, environmental situation of this city appears very difficult. I have taken into consideration marginal quarters as Paolo VI, Tamburi, Salinella, which represent the internal suburbs of the...

Diana Cheren Nygren: When the Trees are Gone

Says Diana: Surroundings play a dominant role in shaping experience. I treasure the city and try to make space for quiet contemplation within it. Born out of three ongoing series, this series imagines city dwellers searching for moments of relief in a world shaped by climate change, and the struggle...

Ksenia Kuleshova: Ordinary People

The ban on "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations among minors" was signed into the Russian federal law by Vladimir Putin in June 2013. This law, also known as the “anti-gay law”, is just one more example of a tendency to regression to a more intolerant society. In June 2020 a...