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18
Mar

Pablo Parra & Alicia Petrashova: Gold Mines

Throughout the history there has not existed any type of mineral as valued as the gold, the man began to

05
Mar

Michele Martinelli: Mongolia’s Nomads

Silence is the protagonist of the boundless spaces that cross the horizon, an enveloping presence that forces one to look

19
Feb

Ward Long: Stranger Come Home

Stranger Come Home documents a longing for steady love and looks at how the unlived life haunts the everyday. In

13
Feb

Amanda Driggers: Belongs To

About her series Amanda says: ‘Belongs To’ is a visual representation of lost and found memories. As a child, I

24
Jan

Marcus Wiechmann: The Yazidis – Where to Go From Here?

The religion of the Yazidis is one of the oldest religious traditions that exists today and gets practised since more

23
Jan

Pavel Volkov: Playing with Darkness

About his project says Pavel: Sergey Mangos story for me is an example of outstanding human strength and power –

09
Jan

Uno Yi: Lost Children

Lost Children is a photo series documenting the day-to-day routine of five siblings who have since been placed in foster

27
Dec

Aaron Bradbrook: The Working Class

The Working Class began in 2015 and is an on-going, long-term project examining the extreme realities of working as a

24
Dec

Anna Zatonow: God’s Greatest Gift

While in many developed countries birth rates are falling and special incentive programs are implemented by the governments to encourage

06
Dec

Mauricio Zina: Jaroslav

Jaroslav was born in Slovenia in 1977 and ​a few years later he moved with his family to the outskirts

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