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Jeremy Denniss: Rise

Jeremy Denniss: Rise

‘Rise’ reflects upon the historical legacy of the Pequot War, King Philip’s War, and the fear of indigenous people in…
Michael Koch: Left To My Own Devices

Michael Koch: Left To My Own Devices

The determing element in Michael Koch’s photographic work is transformation. Private individuals change into role models who mingle with art…
Rosa Mariniello: Vitiligo

Rosa Mariniello: Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a chronic condition characterized by depigmented patches of skin due to the loss of melanocytes.It is affects 1…
Maxim Dondyuk: Untitled Project from Chernobyl

Maxim Dondyuk: Untitled Project from Chernobyl

On April 27, 1986 people in cities and villages of the Chernobyl zone heard a notice of a temporary evacuation…
Arseniy Neskhodimov: Safety Cards

Arseniy Neskhodimov: Safety Cards

Says Arseniy: A few years ago I developed a fear of flying. It’s because I started to look at the…
Faysal Zaman: Red

Faysal Zaman: Red

Says Faysal: I watched my father disappear from me, and leave me and never returned to my life. My whole…
Stefano Stranges - The Victims Of Our Wealth

Stefano Stranges - The Victims Of Our Wealth

Accra – Ghana. Its name is Agbogbloshie, but when you look for it, you better ask for “Sodom and Gomorrah”,…
Alena Zhandarova: Hidden Motherhood

Alena Zhandarova: Hidden Motherhood

Despite its commonness and prose, the topic of motherhood still remains off-limit. It is generally considered that having or adopting…
Alessio Pellicoro: L' altro Deserto Rosso

Alessio Pellicoro: L' altro Deserto Rosso

A project that aims to examine the so-called microworlds born and developed at the edges of Taranto. The current socio-economic…
Diana Cheren Nygren: When the Trees are Gone

Diana Cheren Nygren: When the Trees are Gone

Says Diana: Surroundings play a dominant role in shaping experience. I treasure the city and try to make space for…
Ksenia Kuleshova: Ordinary People

Ksenia Kuleshova: Ordinary People

The ban on “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations among minors” was signed into the Russian federal law by Vladimir Putin…
Ewa Doroszenko: Impossible Territory

Ewa Doroszenko: Impossible Territory

Says Ewa: The “Impossible Territory” project is based on my observations on online travels, which are an interesting form of…
Filippo Venturi: Korean Dream

Filippo Venturi: Korean Dream

Between 1905 and 1945 Korea was dominated by the Japanese, thus becoming a colony of the Empire. In 1945, after Japan’s defeat, Korea was involved in the Cold War and became an object of interest for the USA, the URSS…
Benjamin Filarski: Above the Hill

Benjamin Filarski: Above the Hill

After the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in January 1979, Cambodia left behind depopulated cities. A quarter of the…
Rafael Heygster: I Died 22 Times

Rafael Heygster: I Died 22 Times

War does not only manifest itself as a military conflict on battlefields with clear physical fronts, it also appears more…
Kevin Williamson: New Life

Kevin Williamson: New Life

Says Kevin: Throughout my childhood, my family and I would visit the mountains of Upstate New York. After some time…
Lindsey Kennedy: Glass Eye

Lindsey Kennedy: Glass Eye

Glass Eye is an ongoing still-life texture study, capturing mainly discarded objects and leftover materials with medium format color film.…
Mu-En Juang: Avalanche of Everyday Life

Mu-En Juang: Avalanche of Everyday Life

Avalanche of Everyday Life is a series depicts the spaces of a student center under renovation, showing the uncommon situation…
Ana Ferrandiz: Origin

Ana Ferrandiz: Origin

“Origin” shows the racism and prejudices that are still present in society, delving into the construction of identity in a…
Taja Spasskova: Isolation

Taja Spasskova: Isolation

In the project “Isolation” I focus on the issue of isolation and deprivation in times of Covid-19 and the related…
Katya Yanova: Lacuna

Katya Yanova: Lacuna

Says Katya: This project is a reflection on the lack of understanding between people of different age, language, emotional and…
Roger Grasas: Ha Aretz, the Promised Land

Roger Grasas: Ha Aretz, the Promised Land

Named after the Aramaic language that was supposedly spoken by Jesus Christ, and referring to the Promised Land, ‘Ha Aretz’…
Stefano Marzoli: Oblivio

Stefano Marzoli: Oblivio

Oblivio is a long-term photographic project (2012-2020) born with the intent to tell the story of the European ethnic minorities…
Gleb Simonov: This, Promised

Gleb Simonov: This, Promised

What do we do if a theory of landscape necessitates a theory of everything? Accumulating data breeds new specialties, but…
Samira Saidi: Prayers To Myself

Samira Saidi: Prayers To Myself

Prayers To Myself is a visual story depicting a gentle and different angle towards religion, especially islam. Redirecting the focus…

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