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Jun

Jorge López Muñoz: EL CLOT

“I didn’t know why I was photographing gypsies, but I did know that I was building something and that I

20
Jun

Egor Kirillov: Melting Cities

Murmansk is the largest city in the polar circle. 310 thousand people lived there in 1971. In 20 years the

10
Jun

Tadas Kazakevicius: Soon to be Gone

Says Tadas: As far back as in the 1930s, during the times of the Great Depression in the United States,

05
Jun

Fabio Teixeira: Portrait of Hope

Portrait of Hope, is a series of 10 portraits of crack addicted men and women, they live in the Favela

03
Jun

Aleksey Ivanov: Nikel. The Lost Element.

Says Aleksey: The town of Nikel is one of the numerous single-industry towns in modern Russia. It is located in

22
May

Sebastián Thomas: Navarino Island

Says Sebastián: In the summer of 2019 I set out on a cargo ferry from Punta Arenas to Wulla, the

17
May

Natela Grigalashvili: The Final Days of Georgian Nomads

Mountainous Adjara is one of the most distinguished regions of Georgia. The traditions and the old ways of life have

06
May

Daniel Mirer: Indifferent West

Indifferent West is a photographic and video series that investigates the personification of North American identity. The American West and

27
Apr

Alisa Ganzharova: Asatru – Renewal

Today, a lot of people in the Western world consider themselves atheists, mostly because traditional dogmatic religions seem outdated. Meanwhile

18
Apr

Rory Doyle: Delta Hill Riders

A recent article in Smithsonian estimated that just after the Civil War, one in four cowboys were African American. Yet

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