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‘Lanzarote’ by Giovanna Petrocchi

  In her project ‘Lanzarote’, Giovanna Petrocchi investigates our perception of nature. Experimenting with multiple techniques and mixing images from a variety of sources, she creates a futuristic, outlandish scenario… Read More

August 26, 2017
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‘IS’ by Paula Prats

Combining conceptual photography and minimal aesthetics, Paula Prats’ series “IS” explores the elements and shades that make up the Icelandic scenery. Originally from Spain, travel has always played a key… Read More

August 21, 2017
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‘(Barely) Bread & Circus’ by Iggy Smalls

Born to a family of photographers, Iggy Smalls likes to tell stories through images. In her on-going project ‘(Barely) Bread & Circus’, she takes a closer look at the political turmoil… Read More

July 12, 2017
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‘Apache Palace’ by Elise Boularan

  French photographer Elise Boularan does not shy away from the world. Concerned with the human reality of our time, her images are turned to the story and loaded with… Read More

July 6, 2017
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‘Cache’ by Dana Stirling

The work of Queens-based photographer Dana Stirling is an in-depth exploration of the relationship between photography and memory. In the series ‘Cache’, she presents a personal examination of her multicultural… Read More

June 21, 2017
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‘White, Blue and Wild Red Glory’ by Stefanie Schmid Rincon

Berlin-based photographer Stefanie Schmid Rincon presents a visual framing of American patriotism in a series of subtle but striking photographs.   “After spending three months in the U.S. in the… Read More

June 9, 2017
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‘The Boiling Life’ by Maria Silvano

A visual journal was for Maria Silvano the best way to give shape to her feelings during her stay in Morocco back in 2015. Combining photography and cultural anthropology, Maria’s… Read More

June 2, 2017
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‘Terrain de Jeux’ by Julie Pradier

‘Terrain de Jeux’, by Julie Pradier, is the experimental set-up for an examination of the world and our perception of it.   REVIEW BY BETTINA WENZEL Reminiscent of the illusion and… Read More

May 26, 2017
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‘Untitled’ by Dana Marks

The images of Milwaukee-based artist Dana Marks pay tribute to the unconventional beauty of Jones Island, home to the city’s salt storage and water reclamation facilities. Resembling the approach of… Read More

May 22, 2017
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‘The Muses’ by Irene Cruz

Irene Cruz: Muses inspire her Universe   Text by Naiara Valdano   “Photography, as we all know, is not real at all. It is an illusion of reality with which we… Read More

May 11, 2017
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‘From the trees we run between’ by Anne Erhard

Bringing together photography and sculpture, German photographer Anne Erhard seeks to understand the images and myths shaped by our psychological lives. In her series ‘From the trees we run between’,… Read More

May 2, 2017
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‘Stigmata’ by Véronique L’Hoste

For her series ‘Stigmata’, Véronique L’Hoste took a journey into her family history, the history of the Second World War, and into the trauma of captivity. Taken on the Normandy… Read More

April 27, 2017
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‘Screen Memories’ by Verónica Losantos

To what extent can a photograph alter our perceptual experience of the past? In her series ‘Screen Memories’, Verónica Losantos brings back her early childhood memories to examine the relationship… Read More

April 21, 2017
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‘Difficult Goddess’ by Christina Hudson

Life in a big city may sometimes be a puzzling experience. While some of us don’t feel as if we are actually living unless we are doing it in a… Read More

April 15, 2017
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‘Inside’ by Btihal Remli

In her series ‘Inside’, Btihal Remli explores the meaning of immaterial spaces in contemporary Morocco, and how the practice of religious rituals can transform secular places into sacred worlds.  … Read More

April 10, 2017
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‘Las Patronas’ by Mahé Elipe

In her series ‘Las Patronas’, French photographer Mahé Elipe documents the work of a group of Mexican women who aid migrants risking their lives on a northbound train.   “In… Read More

March 29, 2017
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‘Similarities’ by Lana Bregar

  “The project ‘Similarities’ occurred me long ago on a basis of weekly visits to my grandparents. It was realized in a summer vacation as, after a long time, I… Read More

March 24, 2017
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‘Second Sight’ by Sarah Walker

  “Studies show that children will perform petitionary prayers when feeling insecure in their surroundings and their relationships, even when the child does not come from a religious household. This… Read More

March 18, 2017
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‘Abril’ by Celeste Ortiz

  She is sublimation She is the essence of thee She is concentrating on He who is chosen by she   I’m dancing barefoot Headin’ for a spin Some strange… Read More

March 7, 2017
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‘DIPTYCH’ by Léa Brinon

  “Photography, like any other artistic processes, possesses a duality in its own practical function on top of its subjective aspect in relation to the individual behind the lens.  … Read More

March 2, 2017
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‘Long Distance Relationship’ by Klara Troost

  Two lovers, two cities. From small B to big B. 763 kilometers of separation.   ‘Long Distance Relationship’ talks about the moments in between where waiting times seem endless… Read More

February 21, 2017
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‘Lost Valentine’ by Venelina Preininger

  “‘Lost Valentine’ is a visual essay about the fundamental human desire for love and the dream to meet the contemporary version of the knight on a white horse.  … Read More

February 14, 2017
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‘Vulcano’ by Daniele Queiroz

  “Vulcano was the name given to a hypothetical planet thought to exist between Mercury and the Sun in the nineteenth century. The name came from the Greco-Roman god of… Read More

February 8, 2017
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‘TREIZE’ by Margaux Roy

  “My grandmother Jacqueline used to live in Marseille, in Southern France. During the war, she fled her native Alsace with her family to settle in this city. A recurring… Read More

February 1, 2017
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‘Tandis que la peinture s’écaille’ by Julie Hascoët

French photographer Julie Hascoët is interested in the relationship between photography and the residual. In her series ‘Tandis que la peinture s’écaille’, she focuses on the process of degradation and on how certain… Read More

January 16, 2017
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‘Sunny’ by Dagmar Kolatschny

Dagmar Kolatschny’s series ‘Sunny’ is an examination of sunlight and how it manifests itself in our daily life experiences. It is about the extraordinary in the everyday, about colors and… Read More

December 24, 2016
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‘Almost Wild’ by Valeria Scrilatti

An examination of contemporary zoological gardens and their visual environment, Valeria Scrilatti’s series ‘Almost Wild’ puts on evidence the artificial and contradictory nature of these institutions.   Text by Stefano Simoncini   Reducing the… Read More

December 18, 2016
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‘In the Exodus, I love you more’ by Hoda Afshar

In her series ‘In the Exodus, I love you more’, Hoda Afshar explores her changing relationship to her homeland, Iran. Traversing the boundaries of culture and identity, her photographs respond to… Read More

December 9, 2016
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‘Needleview’ by Fiona Struengmann

Interested in shifting boundaries within the photographic medium, Fiona Struengmann uses a self-made camera to translate her world into forms, lights, and shadows. The series ‘Needleview’ is an inventory of… Read More

December 2, 2016
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‘Cuba’ by Rosie Ubacher

In her series ‘Cuba’, travel photographer Rosie Ubacher presents a poetic exploration of life in La Havana.   In an essay from 1973, while exploring the meaning of his travel photographs,… Read More

November 22, 2016
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‘Ke Lefa Laka’ by Lebohang Kganye

In 2013, Johannesburg-based artist Lebohang Kganye embarked on a journey to piece together her family history. Old photo albums were the raw material for creating her extraordinary series ‘Ke Lefa… Read More

November 6, 2016
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‘Mormaço’ by Sári Ember

Drawing upon the rich tradition of European painting, visual artist Sári Ember reexamines the symbols of femininity in exquisitely composed portraits and still lifes.   The fluid relationship between symbols… Read More

October 22, 2016