Claudio Rasano: South Africa

Series shows the hard side of life in South Africa using portraits and landscapes. Portraits are frontal taken at eye level, looking directly and ahead, the face cast in shadow showing a strong and determined expression.The portraits are  evident that the  person is the  subject of interest  reflecting the face...

Michael Wolf: Paris Rooftops

Having lived in Hong Kong since the 1990s and having photographed mostly in Asia, Wolf took in his new Parisian surroundings with cautious curiosity, making a conscious decision to stay away from the quintessentially Parisian sights that adorn travel books. During his exploration of the city, Wolf discovered the uniqueness...

Beth Moon: Diamond Nights

As night falls over the Makgadigadi Pans, large trees stand starkly against the horizon, leafless branches reach for the light. As the sun sinks lower, the sky drains of all color until just red remains. On the opposite side of the sky, Earth's shadow is rising, bringing a curtain of...

Alexander Gronsky: Pastoral

In Pastoral Alexander Gronsky portrays the outskirts of Moscow: the places where humanity takes refuge to find solace far from the cities, colliding with urban expansion and frailty of nature. Alexander Gronsky was born in 1980 in Tallinn, Estonia. He moved to Russia in 2006 and he became member of...

Rachel Glass: The Domestic Aviary

These series of photographs are a representation of 2 things, firstly they document the tradition of owning a pet bird and their integration into life in the home. Showcasing the personality and sometimes eccentricity of the owners through the decor and the subtle hints of the importance of the birds...

Moises Saman: Kurdish Fight Against ISIL

In late-November 2014 Moises Saman returned to Iraq to photograph the ongoing Kurdish fight against ISIL. In late-2013 ISIL forces made serious gains in Iraq thus enlarging the conflict that had previously been isolated to Syria. The Iraqi military had reeled in the face of IS attacks while Kurdish forces...

Jenny Riffle: Scavenger

“There comes a time in every rightly constructed boy's life when he has a raging desire to go somewhere and dig for hidden treasure.” -Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Riley grew up in rural eastern Washington. As a child he read Mark Twain’s stories of Tom Sawyer and...

Anastasia Tsayder: 1980 Moscow Olympics

The series looks at the heritage of Moscow 1980 Summer Olympics. The 1980 games became the last bright all nation event to happen in the USSR, the last big start meant to prove the superiority of Socialist regime and ideas of Communism over Capitalism. Olympic buildings, mostly designed in 1975-1978,...

Shoccara Marcus: Choreographing My Past

Often when we consider media works of documentary stature, we think in terms like ‘voluminous, detailed, comprehensive, and even exhaustive in nature.’ Typically when we visit the self-portraits of photographers and visual artists, we witness them [the subject] experiencing a mood or attitude that is expressed through a single snap...