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09
May

Peter Ydeen: Easton Nights

Since the close of 2015 Peter Ydeen has been photographing at night in the Easton Pennsylvania area. Starting with images

28
Apr

Mikula Platz: Socialist Classicism – Dictatorial Architecture Behind the Iron Curtain

The Socialist classicism found its origin in the socialist realism, the only art movement which was approved in the Soviet

18
Apr

Thibaut Derien: I Live in a Ghost City

Thibaut Derien began to travel France a decade ago, deliberately avoiding major roads and outputs bordered by kilometers of garish

12
Apr

Max Sher: Russian Palimpsest

Russian Palimpsest is a photographic exploration of the contemporary post-Soviet inhabited landscape in Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, and Ukraine (approximately

08
Apr

Patrick Tourneboeuf: Nowhere

Contrary to expectations and in spite of the varied architectural styles, the impression given by this habitat is that of

05
Mar

Franco Sortini: A Neutral Place

In these Franco Sortini’s photographs there is a photographic story, but it is a kind of crossover in which photography

02
Feb

Denis Esakov: This is Not a Tower

The story is old: iconic objects crumble into dust or, at best, provide a suitable background for selfies. One dramatic

27
Jan

Adam Friedberg: Single Story

The last fifteen years or so have seen an enormous increase in the development and construction of new buildings in

08
Jan

Anastasia Tsayder: Arcadia

Photographer Anastasia Tsayder discovers idyllic ‘Arcadia’ in Togliatti, a ‘socialist’ city rebuilt in the late 1960s on the bank of

02
Jan

Tatevik Vardanyan: Panels

Armenia reestablished its independence nearly 25 years ago with the legacy of Soviet architecture. These buildings across the republic are

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