Marta Zgierska: Post

Post is a project about trauma, frozen in dead greyness, silence and tension. Everyone can find their own punctures here –

Kai Caemmerer: Unborn Cities

Unborn Cities is a body of work that explores the architectural structures and physical growth of new cities located in

Matt Hamon: The Gleaners

This current series of photographs focuses on a small group of primitive skills practitioners who attend the annual buffalo hunt

Elena Anosova: OUT-OF-THE-WAY

OUT-OF-THE-WAY project was created on the far away territories of the Extreme North of Russia, where bad accessibility and isolation,

Aleksey Kondratyev: Ice Fishers

Kazakh fishers have, for untold generations, set out onto the frozen Ishim River in hopes of catching fish—whether for fare

Patryk Karbowski: Halfway

A middle-sized city in the center of Poland, halfway between the mountains and the Baltic Sea. Neither rich, nor really poor,

Drew Nikonowicz: This World and Others Like It

This World and Others Like It investigates the role of the 21st century explorer by combining computer modeling with analogue

Photogrvphy Grant 2016 – Winners Announced!

American photographer Drew Nikonowicz (born 1993) has been announced as the overall winner of this year’s Photogrvphy Grant and granted

Johannes Heuckeroth: Cityscapes

Johannes Heuckeroth is German photographer and designer based Nuremburg. About his work he says: The central essence of my photographic work is

Ralph Graef: Route 66 – The Mother Road

The Route 66, also called Will Rogers Highway, is maybe the most famous original highway of the USA. It was