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29
Oct

Julia Abzaltdinova: The Big Game

National self-identification is a thorny issue today in Russia. Millions of people talk about the sense of belonging to their

26
Oct

Michal Siarek: Alexander

The very first thing that I saw in Skopje was the construction of a 25-meter tall figure of a warrior

24
Oct

Pavel Volkov: Deportation

Nowadays illegal migration from the local issue of a particular country has become a worlwide global problem. Military conflicts, wars,

17
Oct

Matt Hamon: The Gleaners

This current series of photographs focuses on a small group of primitive skills practitioners who attend the annual buffalo hunt

16
Oct

Elena Anosova: OUT-OF-THE-WAY

OUT-OF-THE-WAY project was created on the far away territories of the Extreme North of Russia, where bad accessibility and isolation,

12
Oct

Patryk Karbowski: Halfway

A middle-sized city in the center of Poland, halfway between the mountains and the Baltic Sea. Neither rich, nor really poor,

03
Oct

Ralph Graef: Route 66 – The Mother Road

The Route 66, also called Will Rogers Highway, is maybe the most famous original highway of the USA. It was

19
Sep

Bence Bakonyi: Segue

The photographic works of Bence Bakonyi represent the symbols of freedom, airiness and transubstantiation. Below their contemporary and young aesthetics,

15
Sep

Francoise Gaujour: Stay Alive

In the 1950s and ’60s, Bombay Beach in California was a thriving resort. Guests swam, water-skied, and golfed during the

31
Aug

Matthieu Gafsou: Terres Compromises

The full body of pictures that makes up Terres Compromises is rich in subtlety, curiosity and a wry and unabashed

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