Alain Schroeder: Grandma Divers

South Korea, Jeju island, known for its characteristic basalt volcanic rock, sits off South Korea. It is the home of the renowned Haenyeo or women of the sea who free dive off the black shores of Jeju harvesting delicacies from the sea. Wearing thin rubber suits and old fashioned goggles,...

Sergey Gelman: Windows

Says Sergey: Windows series is an attempt to distinguish, to catch and to eternize the intercommunion of City and Man. City is a living organism and all the elements of this organism are in close interaction with one another. City people are like blood cells representing life processes in this...

Bruce Osborn: OYAKO

Says Bruce: Oyako is the Japanese word for parent and child and I have been taking this series since 1982. It all started with a magazine assignment to photograph punk musicians when I hit on the idea of photographing them with their parents. I thought it would be an amusing...

Tobin Jones: Demographica

The image of Kenya tends to be one of nomadic tribes dressed in red and adorned with beads, but the reality is much different. More than a quarter of Kenya’s population today live in cities and, while the country has forty two tribes, the majority of people belong to just...

David Arribas: Jaula

In today's society of social networks these thoughts tempt millions of people whose ambition to turn their personal appearance into a brand identity pushes an obsession for the image that, however, comes from time ago. In 1689 Dr. Richard Morton sees the first documented patient of what he would call...

Alexis Aubin: Face Shields

After more than half a century of armed conflict, landmines and other artisanal explosives continue to prevail in Colombia. The country ranks second in the world for the greatest victims of landmines, after Afghanistan. While the peace agreements have been signed by the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of...

Javier Arcenillas: Latidoamerica

Sociological essay of Violence in Latin America, the most violent zone in the world in its most dramatic and miserable. The impotence of pain and hell asocial victims of murderers in a daily theater of war where violence is always the news of the day in his red note. Latin...

Swen Bernitz: ESSEN 51

The photo series "ESSEN 51" deals with the post-industrial transformation of an urban landscape. The Krupp cast steel factory, the nucleus of the later Krupp armaments group and German heavy industry, was built on the site shown at the beginning of the 19th century. Strongly destroyed in World War II,...

Federico Arcangeli: Pleasure Island

Rimini is a town on the Adriatic coast, on the Italian east coast. A well-known tourist destination, itís always been considered the capital of clubs and nightlife. It counts 150.000 inhabitants, but in summer it becomes a small metropolis which can accommodate up to 2.500.000 people. Muse and inspiration of...