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' is a photographic interpretation of the biblical locations amidst a globalized land of alienation, conflict and consumerism. The project consists of photographs taken between 2012 and 2020 throughout Israel, Palestine,...

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 that are going to disappear. This project is documenting through photography these populations hidden in between the European history. These communities and their past are going to be forget in...

Gleb Simonov: This, Promised

What do we do if a theory of landscape necessitates a theory of everything? Accumulating data breeds new specialties, but adds to the fragmentation — while one's relationship with the land is something inherently personal. Landscape is something walked — a sense of intimacy mixed up with logistics. In the...

Yiannis Antonopoulos: South East of Eden

South East of Eden is an ongoing project (2017-2020) that takes place so far in Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania and Macedonia. History of Balkans has been presented over the centuries as a history of violence and conflict. This stereotype, which has shaped the image of the Balkan people in the...

Jose Navarrete: Outskirts. Looks at 9,90€

Outskirts. Looks at 9,90€ is a documentary photography project that focuses its gaze on the restaurants in the industrial zones of those cities are in the “Eje del Mediterraneo”, an important way of transporting goods in Spain, both rail, port and road. Outskirts is a project that aims to place...

Işık Kaya: Second Nature

With the uprise of mobile devices, the infrastructural needs of the telecommunication industry have exploded, and since the 1980s, cell towers have started to fill the cityscapes. The scenery changed dramatically when the first antenna was transformed into an artificial pine tree in 1992 by a company called Larson Camouflage:...

Javier Clemente Martinez: Sumaj Orck’o

The Cerro de Potosí, also known as the Cerro Rico de Potosí, and in the Quechua language as Sumaj Orck'o ("beautiful hill"); named Sumaj Orck'o before its plunder and subsequent exploitation by the Spanish Empire, which began 475 years ago. Now, the name of "beautiful hill" sounds ironic. The Mines...

Alexandre Chamelat: Litósfera

Says Alexandre: This series takes place just over 100 km from the Moroccan coast, on an volcanic archipelago in the heart of the Atlantic Ocean. From Tenerife to Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, the discovery of this Hispanic territory is written through human, animal, plant and mineral encounters. Basalt, Trachyte, Silica and...

Gianluca Cecere: Life For The Community

Says Gianluca: Strict rules, piety and extensive celebrations shape the cohesion of the Hasidic Jews from around the world. They gave me access into their religious rituals in Poland, Israel and Ukraine. Hasidism is one of the most dynamic religious movements in the modern world. Originating in contemporary Western Ukraine...

Petr Antonov: Ruins

The project explores the church ruin in contemporary Russian landscape and how it becomes a metaphor for the country’s recent history. Although the exact number of churches forcibly closed during the Soviet period is not known, it may be assumed that between four and five thousand churches currently remain in...