21
Mar

Daniel Castonguay: Quotidian Life

Says Daniel: The quotidian life is more or less the same for all with a few variations. A part of

18
Mar

Michele Palazzo: Cuba

Timeworn but magnificent, dilapidated but dignified, fun yet maddeningly frustrating – Cuba is a country of indefinable magic. Cuba is

27
Dec

Milan Sachs: All the Bricks are Wood

“All the Bricks are Wood,” shot on 35mm film, is a depiction of my obsession to reveal a non-fictional Los

08
Oct

Yota Yoshida: From Somewhere, To Elsewhere

Says Yota: They pictured in these photos, me as I write this, and you who are looking at the photographs,

03
Aug

Hakim Boulouiz: Wax Dolls

Cities are growing day after day. Life is being transformed and accelerated in the middle of modernity. In this context,

21
Jul

Marie-Pierre Dieterlé: Martin Luther King Park

About “Martin Luther King Park” says Marie-Pierre: This series is an ongoing project about my neighbourhood under construction in Paris

20
Jun

Chris Garvi: Marseile

Chris Garvi is an independent photographer based in Marseille, south of France. French born, he studied English litterature and civilisation

23
May

Gabriele Orlini: El Sol de Manana

Villa 31, built in the 1930, is the oldest of the villas miserias in Buenos Aires. Are spaces of urban

19
Mar

Alban Lécuyer: The Grand Opening of Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is a unique example of our times of a capital that was almost entirely stripped of its population.

10
Mar

Poike Stomps: Crossing Europe

Living round the corner from Muntplein in Amsterdam meant I used to pass it several times a day. And it

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