Andrea Foligni: Fakescapes

The European Landscape Convention (Florence, Italy, October 2000) defines the landscape «an area, as perceived by people, whose character is

Philipp Gallon: An Anthology of Common Conversation

An Anthology of Common Conversation is a series of photographs exploring recent social and political changes in the USA from

Anna Pantelia: Greece’s Dirty Secret

“My father died of Leukemia when I was 12. Four other men from his shift lost their lives from Leukemia.”

Sui Sawada: Self-Flowering

Blooming flowers are in the most unstable position in the course of life’s activities that repeat life and death. It

Ruta Krau: Rough Brutalism

Toronto-based photographer Ruta Krau has captured stunning photographs of the Andrews Building, one of Canada’s most noted brutalist buildings, and

Valerio Figuccio: The Dystopian Nature of Things

The Dystopian Nature of Things emerges from a long journey of 8 months between Australia and Asia during 2017/2018. In

Fernanda Frazao: Amazon B Side

Says Fernanda: Working with travel photography in the last years, I could experiment tourism in its multiples dimensions. One of

Alice Oliver: 5p

When was the last time you saw a plastic bag on the side of the road and thought ‘Art’? Actually

Camillo Pasquarelli: The Valley of Shadows

The valley of Kashmir, a territory disputed by India and Pakistan since 1947, is one of the most militarized zones

Lucy Jarvis: Walking Home

In order to reconnect with the unknown places surrounding a 90 mile driving route I decided to walk home, consciously