Riel Sturchio: Chasing Light

Chasing Light is an ongoing (circa 2011) collaborative medium format color film photography project between twin siblings Bianca and riel Sturchio. Chasing Light embodies the belief that representation, visibility, autonomy, and truth-telling can promote personal empowerment, and open up access to spaces that foster meaningful dialogue and community. Bianca and...

Liliana Merizalde: Inner Disruptions

Inner Disruptions is a project with indigenous women from different communities and ethnic groups of the department of Vaupés, in colombian amazon. After a close encounter with each one of them I used their life’s stories in order to put together in each case a different prosthesis which extends, limits,...

Svetlin Yosifov: Mursi People

Mursi People is a series of photos that were taken during my visit to Ethiopia and are part of the album "Ethiopian Tribes Expedition" 2018. The Mursi tribe are an African tribe from the isolated Omo valley in Southern Ethiopia near the border with Sudan. Life for the Mursi is...

Roman Sokolov: Soul Survivors

Says Roman: Depression is one of the most common mental disorders and more than 300 million people worldwide suffer from it. Depression can lead to disability, in the worst case to suicide. The heroes of my series overcame depression of varying degrees of difficulty. These are people sensitive to the...

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,...

Marcela Barrios Hernandez: Bazuko

Says Marcela: Bazuko is a classic portraits series that aims to document the world of drug addicts in Medellin-Colombia. The word "bazuko" comes from English word "bazooka" and this drug is similar to crack and is extremely toxic. Most of this persons are pushed in their quotidian to steal, prostitute...

Susana Girón: 90 Varas

The Alarcon family is one of the last families who still work as nomadic shepherds in Spain and Europe. In the heart of Europe, the phenomenon of transhumance has survived for centuries: families of shepherds that migrate through the territory by foot with their animals in search of better pastures,...

Rebecca Moseman: The Irish Travelers

The Irish Travelers are an insular ethnic group that has lived on the fringes of mainstream Irish society for centuries. They live an itnerant lifestyle, with long traditons and gender-based roles that have been passed down from generaton to generaton. Sons commonly take over jobs or enter trades their fathers...

Alice Mann: Maximum Effect

Says Alice: Following the period of African Independence from colonial rule, there are numerous contemporary challenges facing African citizens, compelling many people to migrate towards the more prosperous regions outside of the continent. In Congolese society, there is great significance attached to being able to create a new life within...