The Second is a project about the increasing number of polygynous marriages in Tajikistan. Polygyny is a patriarchal practice which refers to the marriage of one man to two or more wives at a time. „A woman without a husband is nothing here.“ Says Schore: After years of Soviet domination

Le Nuvole (Clouds) is a photographic project based on a reflection about the relationship between historical memory and the present, about the actual distribution systems of video contents on Youtube platform. Says Massimiliano: I took images that I shot some years ago in Palmyra, the Syrian archaeological site that was

Says Masato: The Wintertag (winter day) series is one of the winter landscapes in Japan. This series is an ongoing project, starting in January 2014. These are photos at the foot of Mount Fuji and my hometown (central Kanagawa prefecture / An area along the Sagami River). The Lake Yamanaka

This photographic long-term ongoing project invites you to discover the work of a Swiss photographer living in Southern Iran, fascinated by this little known and poorly understood country. Neither the portrait of a place nor a documentary – although never staged – it is a voluntarily non-political body of work:

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

“I didn’t know why I was photographing gypsies, but I did know that I was building something and that I had to embrace it all”. – Josef Koudelka. This is a project of artistic documentary and portrait photography. The Clot neighborhood has virtually disappeared, with the only remains left standing

Says Luciano: Utopia, dystopia, atopia, heterotopia… I decided to coin my own fancy word inspired by Foucault’s concept of heterotopia and have fun with it: Esquizotopia. Esquizotopia, the title of the photographic series, are weird places where reality and fantasy merge and can be generated by paintings, photographs or motion

Says Snezhana: I got to know Sofie, 19 jars old girl with Down Syndrom, in the autumn of 2017. She’d just finished school and spent almost every day on the family estate in Eilensted (Germany). Visiting Sofie and her family for over a year, I experienced their everyday lives; sharing

Murmansk is the largest city in the polar circle. 310 thousand people lived there in 1971. In 20 years the population has grown to almost half a million. This was due to the growth of the fishing and naval industries and huge progress in all areas of city life. People

Chameleon is a photo essay about visibility and stands as a conversation between masculinities and spaces. Looking beyond heteronormative confines the still frames evoke the love, fear, joy and safe environments of people that exist outside these constructs that can be suffocating. A narrative both personal and collective, a statement,