In derelict warehouses behind Belgrade’s main bus station, up to 1500 migrants are trying to survive the freezing Serbian winter in crumbling buildings with broken windows, no electricity, no heating, or water. They are stuck in a “sub-zero” Limbo, waiting for a new life in Europe. Inside these buildings the

Looking for Balance is a project that investigates the inbred draw to nature every human being experiences in the modern context of globalization, reconnecting the sense of peacefulness wild, unspoiled landscapes instill in those who are consumed by the cogs of modern society. Collecting beautiful vistas between Italy and New

“Are They Rocks or Clouds?” is a research based on the comprehension of something which is so prominent that people can only adapt their lives. “Nature failure is inevitable, we can only face it.” When a natural catastrophe happens we suddenly realise that the environment we live can be dangerous.

The Bünting Clover Leaf Map (also known as “The World in a Cloverleaf”) is an historic map drawn by the German Protestant pastor, theologist, and cartographer Heinrich Bünting. This map is a figurative illustration, depicting the world via a clover shape where the city of Jerusalem stand and represented in

Says Emily: In this series, I explore what we show to the world as women. As a young girl I was given many instructions on how a woman should act. I spent my life in the well-intentioned disguises taught to me by my mother. I concealed much of my introverted


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The Republic of Moldova was part of the Soviet Union. Today, it is an independent country with a self-declared Transnistrian

Says Ksenia: My project focuses on young people in large Russian cities who are running away from their daily reality, transforming

These architectural abstractions extract the images of the buildings out of their real world surroundings and place them upon abstract

Since 2002, Khuzestan province of Iran has been engulfed by dust storms. This phenomenon is an environmental crisis and poses

June, 1992: The upper part of his ear was found by a priest on the edge of a mountainous road

Relationships between Nordic people and light have always been special. Finish people live with almost no sunlight during the long


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Japan is famed for its ultramodern cityscapes. But what happens when the ultramodern becomes old? A New Zealand photographer has

We are glad to inform you about the upcoming exhibition “Face of Face” by Kyungwoo Chun. The exhibition features photographs from the


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Diane Arbus (March 14, 1923 – July 26, 1971) was an American photographer noted for photographs of marginalized people—dwarfs, giants,

Wayne Sorce was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1946. He received both his B.F.A and his M.F.A in 1969 and


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Photochroms of Paris (1890s – 1900s)

Late in the 19th century, Paris hosted two major international expositions: the 1889 Universal Exposition, was held to mark the


Apollo 1 Mission (1966-1967)

Apollo 1, initially designated AS-204, was the first manned mission of the United States Apollo program, which had as its