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Jun

Chris Garvi: Marseile

Chris Garvi is an independent photographer based in Marseille, south of France. French born, he studied English litterature and civilisation

07
Jun

Davit Koridze: Nowhere in Vaziani

Five kilometers away from Tbilisi, there’s a district called Vaziani. It’s a former military settlement with 41 buildings. The inhabitants

01
Jun

Tatiana Palyga: Cherepovets

Cherepovets is a Russian city, an administrative center of Vologda region, with a population of around 317 000 people. It

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

30
Apr

Orestis Seferoglou: Uniformity

Uniformity: the quality or state of being uniform.

 The desert as an open space has multiple roles and states. The

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

05
Apr

Karin Crona: Neither Nor

Old towns, shopping malls, industrial areas and wastelands, highways, big parking lots, suburbs divided in residential areas and compounds, green

19
Mar

Alban Lécuyer: The Grand Opening of Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is a unique example of our times of a capital that was almost entirely stripped of its population.

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