Roger Wehrli: Bilbao – Photographs since 1988

In the 1980s, Bilbao, metropolis of the Basque Country in Spain, was considered the country’s most polluted city and its

Walter Mittelholzer Revisited – From the Walter Mittelholzer Photo Archive

Walter Mittelholzer (1894–1937) was a pioneering aviator and cofounder of Switzerland’s legendary airline Swissair. From his earliest flights, he was

Christian Vogt: The Longer I Look

Christian Vogt is one of Switzerland’s most important contemporary artists. For nearly fifty years, he has engaged in a complex

Photojournalist: The Life Story of Ara Guler

Photojournalist, a book by Nezih Tavlas, provides a compelling and in-depth look into the life of Ara Güler who is

Kashef Chowdhury: Dhaka. Memories or Lost

Upon setting foot in Dhaka, it becomes clear that this is a city steeped in history. One of the oldest

Roland Iselin: Unguided Road Trip

Unguided Road Trip is photographer Roloand Iselin’s latest long-term project. Since 2011, he has been travelling his native Switzerland and

Isidro Ramirez: Uncertain Topographies

Francesca Maffeo Gallery is pleased to present ‘Uncertain Topographies’ by Isidro Ramirez. This body of work is situated on Mount

PhotoIreland Festival 2017 – Dublin, 1-31 May

Celebrating its eight edition in 2017, PhotoIreland Festival brings to Dublin another exciting edition packed with free exhibitions, workshops, photobook

Ellie Davies: Half Light – Exhibition

Based in Southern England, Ellie Davies has been working in UK forests since 2007, making work which explores the complex

Jadwiga Brontē: Invisible People of Belarus – Photo Book

Jadwiga Brontē (b.1986) is Polish photojournalist, documentary photographer and videographer, covering social and cultural issues around the World. Her work