Ahmed Gaber: The Faded River

The Nile Delta in Egypt sits at the end of the longest river in the world. It is home to

Davide Bertuccio: Across The River’s Flow

Davide Bertuccio: Across The River’s Flow

“This is my house, but over there in Richiș, I feel at home.” This is, above all, the phrase that

Denis Butorac: Homesick

Says Denis: I grew up in Slavonia, historical region of Croatia ,in an environment where breeding and slaughter of animals for

Pierre Descamps: Monuments

In this series „Monuments“, it is worth underscoring his use of offset, a reproduction method proper to print culture. Having

Jannica Honey: When The Blackbird Sings

When the Blackbird Sings focuses on the female body and its links with nature. The compelling works depict naked women

Andrea Di Biagio: Save the Mekong

The Mekong is the most important river of the south eastern Asia. The river rises in Tibet and pass through

Marek M Berezowski: Brother’s Tears. Telling The War in Donbass.

This photographic project explores the issue of the long-term impact of war and propaganda on the daily lives of civilians

Adrien Blondel: The Object and The Subject

The object and the subject is a reflexion on our relationship to the gaze of others. The images were submitted

Bertrand Cavalier: Concrete Doesn’t Burn

The twentieth century saw many old European cities riddled with bullets and reduced to rubble by bombs. In the case

Javiera Estrada: Salt + Sea

SALT + SEA is a homologous study between the feminine form and the complex ecology of the ocean and it’s