Photo Projects

Paolo Lazzarotti: Poseido Rough Voice

Paolo Lazzarotti: Poseido Rough Voice

Paolo Lazzarotti, he’s 43 and he’s lucky enough to live in a small village very close to some of the finest Italian places like Cinque Terre National Park, Gulf of the Poets, Tuscan countryside and a wild coast line where he took some of his finest and awarded sea shots. He moved his very first steps in Photography when he…
Alex Manchev: The Freedom Project (Indiegogo Campaign)

Alex Manchev: The Freedom Project (Indiegogo Campaign)

Kids have dreams. Dreams that somehow keep them believing in wonders. Wonders that help them get through the tough race with maturity. Maturity that is inevitable and it is a matter of time. Time well spent until the moment of adulthood approaches. The Freedom Project is the childhood dream of a young boy. Boy that wanted to capture the beauty…
Pietro Baroni: J’ai plus de souvenirs que si j’avais mille ans

Pietro Baroni: J’ai plus de souvenirs que si j’avais mille ans

“I have more memories than if I’d lived a thousand years” wrote Baudelaire. We all have unmentionable, unspeakable thoughts that we ourselves fear. We all have worries and anxieties we want to hide from the others’ sight. Or that we wish they could be seen, to be rescued. These thoughts are so deep and intimate that are not visible to…
Emil Gataullin: Towards the Horizon

Emil Gataullin: Towards the Horizon

This project developed as I visited small suburban towns and villages of Russia. It shows the lives of people, their relationships with each other and the places they live. I take photographs of province places during the several years now. This is my main topic, I would say. I live close to Moscow, but take every single opportunity to go…
Sadegh Souri: Waiting Girls

Sadegh Souri: Waiting Girls

In Iran, death penalty is given to the children for the crimes such as murder, drug trafficking, and armed robbery. According to the Islamic Penal Law, the age when girls are held accountable for their crimes is 9 years old, while the international conventions have banned the death penalty for individuals under 18. Pursuant to the passing of new laws…
Melissa Amber and Ashley Nicole: Woman + Wolf

Melissa Amber and Ashley Nicole: Woman + Wolf

Reclaiming her power within, Woman + Wolf is the exploration into the wild woman archetype, a deep-rooted connection to self, spirit, nature and a woman’s innate wildness: the female psyche mirrored within the wolf. Unfolding, is the unshaken, empowered origins of a woman’s intuition and sacred feral truth. More than connecting archetypes this series reveals a relation into wholeness, connecting…
Anup Shah: The Mara

Anup Shah: The Mara

It was one Sunday morning, a few years ago on the open plains of Mara, that the idea for the body of work in my latest book, ‘The Mara’, was born. I was in the midst of elephants and within touching distance of a couple of them. I felt a primeval sense of being, a connection to a distant past.…
Tomasz Lewandowski: Auschwitz – Ultima Ratio Of The Modern Age

Tomasz Lewandowski: Auschwitz – Ultima Ratio Of The Modern Age

According to a duo of photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher, the form of the industrial construction is determined only by its function. The function is also the „legitimacy“ of the existence of these buildings. In other words, when the structure, which is built as an industrial site, loses its original function, it becomes unnecessary and sooner or later will be…
Ofir Barak: Mea shearim – The streets

Ofir Barak: Mea shearim – The streets

Mea Shearim was established in 1874 as the fifth settlement outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. Its name is derived from a verse in the weekly Torah portion that was read the week the settlement was founded: “Isaac sowed in that land, and in that year he reaped a hundredfold (מאה שערים, Mea Shearim); God had blessed…
Jean-François CANTREL: Camera’s Faces

Jean-François CANTREL: Camera’s Faces

This series is inspired by black and white photographs found in family albums from the fifties and sixties: anonymous portraits taken by my father during his travels. So here are my own strangers, now capturing the photographer, or the viewer. All unified by cameras that have made History. The capture’s instant, the click, is materialised by the movement of the…
Edi Chen: BALANCE

Edi Chen: BALANCE

the dairy of New York City Jan 7, 2016- Jan 6, 2017 Some people hear the noise, Some people hear the rhythm. Some people seem glamorous, Some people seem lonely. Some people talk about fashion, Some people are making history. Sunrise, sunset. Four seasons in one year. One city. One person. One camera. It was a cloudy day on July…
Liam Lynch: Dragons and Horses

Liam Lynch: Dragons and Horses

“Imagine setting up a studio under the surface of the sea. To capture this body of work Lynch composed each image under water then with the help of an assistant diver holding a backdrop and specialised underwater lighting, carefully maneuvered behind these mysterious creatures in their natural habitat to create a studio feel.  Lynch’s trademark and contribution to the natural world is to capture…
Josh Mcdonald: Sundays with Zara

Josh Mcdonald: Sundays with Zara

Joshua McDonald is a 21-year-old photojournalist with a focus on human rights, conflict and social unrest. In November 2016, Josh recalls feelings of anxiety and slight madness, he was comfortable at home in London but preparing for his trip to Iraq to document the war against the Islamic state, also known as Daesh or simply as, IS. It was a…
Martin Stavars: Hong Kong Streetscapes

Martin Stavars: Hong Kong Streetscapes

The city of Hong Kong has been a wealth of inspiration and spontaneity for me. While previous series have grown from my relationship with the urban landscape, each visit presents a new adventure with unique stories to share. Focusing on the oldest streets and the junctions created by cornered buildings, this series illustrates a personality of the city that stares…
Rafał Kaźmierczak: 6×6 Life

Rafał Kaźmierczak: 6×6 Life

By means of nude photography the artist presents his view on a modern human being functioning in the contemporary society. He depicts confusion of the individual taking part in the rat race which very often bears so much risk and effort that it languishes on the edge of common sense. The race, which becomes so exhausting at some point, that…
Martino Di Silvestro: Behind Somebody’s shoulders

Martino Di Silvestro: Behind Somebody’s shoulders

Behind Somebody’s shoulders perhaps is the most ancient body of work from Martino Di Silvestro’s portfolios. He believe that in photography human face gives precise connotations to the pictures because of the immediate interaction with the subject, even if his eyes are turned elsewhere. A person seen from behind enables various interpretations and multiplies the perspectives: his presence in the…
Gregory Rusmana: After N

Gregory Rusmana: After N

he house was on rain, and there was dead inside. The last child of the deceased before. Canine distemper virus has ripped him off. Like a homeless drifter suicide, leave with no message. Two weeks earlier they were entrusted to a veterinarian together with other strange dogs. Out of the city, attended the funeral of a shepherd. Thousands of tears…
Drew Doggett – Band of Rebels: White Horses of Camargue

Drew Doggett – Band of Rebels: White Horses of Camargue

The horses in Camargue, France have a prehistoric lineage dating back to the 1500s, and their pronounced musculature and signature white coats gives them an otherworldly appearance. They are a fitting subject for Drew; his practice focuses on documenting unfrequented locations while still utilizing the tools, sympathies and the attention to detail learned in fashion photography. “For the Camargue Horses…
Florin Ion Firimiţã: The Bookstore Project

Florin Ion Firimiţã: The Bookstore Project

“The Bookstore Project” started in 2012 with a visit to my friend G. J. Askins who has amassed an enormous amount of volumes in a well-lit space carved out of an old mill in Northern Massachusetts. The space has fascinated me for years. A strange, striking mess, it lacks the structure of a typical store where everything is usually carefully…
Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer: Solvitur Ambulando

Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer: Solvitur Ambulando

Solvitur Ambulando (it is solved by walking) consists of wet plate collodion photograms of plant matter found on long walks – weeds, ferns, grasses, seeds, roots… I started walking the trails near my new home to process recent life changes: a new marriage, a new state, a new life, and most of all, to grieve some difficult losses. The use of…