Photo Projects

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…
Debmalya Ray Choudhuri: The Day That Wasn’t

Debmalya Ray Choudhuri: The Day That Wasn’t

The day was the 31st of March,2016. It started off as another usual day, with the financial year coming to an end. People got out to work in the morning and Kolkata, as usual, was jostling with the crowd. Then a terrible thing happened that crippled the city and left an indelible imprint on the minds of the happy go…
Tim Gao: Invisible Theatre

Tim Gao: Invisible Theatre

Street photography is not just a sharp triggering of shutter to shape the outside world in the form of light and shadow. It is simultaneously a curious observation and emotional perception of what’s happening in the ordinary streets at any moment when unpredictable dramas and realities are actually taking place. I have lived in Shanghai for over 9 years and…
Nigel Maudsley: Beauty in Death

Nigel Maudsley: Beauty in Death

A dead plant is very beautiful, it’s fragility reminds us of our own mortality. Nigel Maudsley’s series was created after he lost his father. In therapy he learnt how to live in the moment, the ‘now’. The series was taken on a medium format camera using natural light in his studio. Each image was printed tradtionaly. Nigel Maudsley is a…
Drew Doggett – Shadows Alight; Portraits of the American West

Drew Doggett – Shadows Alight; Portraits of the American West

Photographer Drew Doggett travels 14,000 miles through America’s West to document 21 State and National Parks on the National Park Service’s 100th Year Anniversary. The images in this series were taken on a two-month journey in a 23-foot Airstream trailer, traveling over 14,000 miles, and visiting 21 state and national parks. This travel set-up, as well as careful lens and…
Paulo Monteiro: Carnival Dancers

Paulo Monteiro: Carnival Dancers

“Carnival dancers” is the title of a long-term project that aims to document the Carnival dances that take place in the island of São Miguel, Azores. Once very common, nowadays they are declining. However, in the municipality of Povoação there is a group that persists in a practice whose origins are lost in time. On Shrove Tuesday and the four…
Black and White Nude Icebergs by Harry Fayt

Black and White Nude Icebergs by Harry Fayt

Harry Fayt is a young Belgian photographer whose work focuses primarily on aesthetic research related to the theme of water. Like many artists both past and present, the female figure, epitome of beauty, fascinates, influences and guides him in his artistic evolution. He has chosen to photograph the female figure in water, a natural and vital component of life, pure…
Marco Castelli: A Micro Odyssey

Marco Castelli: A Micro Odyssey

The trinomial photography, planets and bacteria and the binomials heaven and earth, finite and infinite, known and unknown, give shape to the emotions and reflections that Marco Castelli’s work wants to convey and inspire. Opposites vie for our moods and our feelings: dark and light, fantasy and reality, truth and abstraction. Most of the photographs of icrobes and bacteria have…
Nigel Maudsley: Dogs and their Owners

Nigel Maudsley: Dogs and their Owners

I have wanted a dog all my life and my 4 year old Cockpoo has certainly changed my life for the better. I have made many new dog walking friends and this series questions the notion that dogs look like their owners. This was put to the test by a psychologist at the University of California by photographing dogs and…
Antigone Kourakou: The Shadow Of Things

Antigone Kourakou: The Shadow Of Things

Looking at Antigone Kourakou’s photographs, one fully perceives the suggestive range of photographic abstraction. Although there is scarce visual information that connects the pictures with the real scenes, the situations, and the events they were born out of, the photographs imperatively call for our interpretation. They expect us to bring the ghosts back to reality, to rationalize the impossibilities they…
Miro Simko: Marathon

Miro Simko: Marathon

The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team. ~ Phil Jackson The oldest annual marathon in Europe and the third-oldest in the world is the Peace Marathon, held since 1924 in Kosice, Slovakia. The marathon takes place each year on the first October Sunday. The last year’s (2015) fell on 4…
Mary Ellen Mark: 20X24 Polaroid

Mary Ellen Mark: 20X24 Polaroid

In 1995, Mary Ellen was introduced to the 20×24 Polaroid camera. She has worked with it often since then—both for editorial and commercial assignments and for her own personal projects. There are only a few working cameras in the world, so she feels fortunate to have one nearby. One of the challenges of working with the camera is that there…
Tomasz Gudzowaty: Synchronized Swimming

Tomasz Gudzowaty: Synchronized Swimming

Synchronized swimming, once known as water ballet, has grown from its humble origins to become a fully organized, internationally competitive sport, reaching the Olympics in 1984. It’s a female dominated discipline, though men compete internationally. Competitions are organized into four categories: solo, duet, team (four to eight swimmers), and combination (ten swimmers). Although synchronized swimming is a graceful and gentle…