Andrea Di Biagio: Save the Mekong

The Mekong is the most important river of the south eastern Asia. The river rises in Tibet and pass through

Marek M Berezowski: Brother’s Tears. Telling The War in Donbass.

This photographic project explores the issue of the long-term impact of war and propaganda on the daily lives of civilians

Adrien Blondel: The Object and The Subject

The object and the subject is a reflexion on our relationship to the gaze of others. The images were submitted

Bertrand Cavalier: Concrete Doesn’t Burn

“There was a bunker built in the middle of the meadow, said to be bombproof, made of concrete with a

Javiera Estrada: Salt + Sea

SALT + SEA is a homologous study between the feminine form and the complex ecology of the ocean and it’s

Thomas Correa: Lomas de Ancon

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

Emanuele Amighetti: Unrecognized Nation, Forgotten War

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

Laura Gwenaëlle Berson: Percipere

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

Xavier Blondeau: Presence Obscure

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

Sébastien Bridot: Nowhereland

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