Photo Projects

Arun Nangla: The elephant in the room

Arun Nangla: The elephant in the room

Asian Elephant is endangered. There are 350.000 African Elephants in the wild. Asian elephants in the wild is less than 50.000. The deadly threat for Asian Elephants is habitat loss. Forests are shrinking due to human activities like intensive plantation, logging and overgrowing human population. This conflict between human and elephant is a no-win situation. Let’s talk about the elephant…
Olivier Robert : Snow Fences

Olivier Robert : Snow Fences

This series of photographs is part of my ongoing project about the winter in Japan. These snow fences are very typical elements of the Japanese landscapes in the snowy regions. I’ve always been attracted to their presence on the pristine snow and the way they organize the landscapes, playing elegantly with trees like notes on a musical score. Although these…
François Kiéné: Afro Mecanique

François Kiéné: Afro Mecanique

It is an aesthetic work that creates a link between different universes. Mechanical tools and traditional African art. Beyond formal similarity, there is no free gesture in this two universes . The wet collodion process give the pictures an old-fashioned look , as if they are divorced from a specific sense of time. ‘Afro Mecanique’ was the Black & White…
Max Moldau: Moony

Max Moldau: Moony

“Moony” is a series of self-portraits illustrating my fascination by the Moon. It is an homage to Femininity, to passing Time and to all the moons.In the times when new companies emerge, telling us that their mission is to conquer the Moon, unlock its mysteries and resources, i want the Moon being protected from such greed. We need its mysteries.…
Cosimo Manlio De Pasquale: The Well of Souls

Cosimo Manlio De Pasquale: The Well of Souls

Wat Rong Khun, better known as “White Temple” is located in the city of Chiang Rai, in the Northern Thailand. It is a bizarre and particular Buddhist and Hindu temple, a real work of contemporary art designed by the artist Chalermchai Kositpipat. The main building at the the Temple is reached by crossing a little bridge over a small lake,…
Benjamin Decoin: Atomic commuters

Benjamin Decoin: Atomic commuters

I’ve traveled a few times in North Korea, and one of the only to photography ‘real’ people has always been through windows of buses. A lot of things are said through those faces and the way we look at each other. Born and raised in a family of artists, Benjamin Decoin has always been surrounded by visual arts. He started…
Rui Caria: The refugrants

Rui Caria: The refugrants

In October 2017 I happened to be lucky enough to be able to do something that could take about 2 years to get authorized. I boarded a Portuguese navy vessel for a month to provide full coverage of the Frontex – Triton mission. Today, despite having learned so much, I know less than I thought I knew before I went;…
Wei Tan: Waiting in Limbo: Kashmir’s Half-widows

Wei Tan: Waiting in Limbo: Kashmir’s Half-widows

The violence of Kashmir’s armed conflict has given rise to a category of women known as “half-widows.” These are women whose husbands have ‘disappeared’ during the decades-long conflict or who have gone missing and are often presumed dead. Half-widows live their lives in limbo, oscillating between grief and hope. Even though there are no official records, it is estimated by…
Luisa Lynch: Conversations

Luisa Lynch: Conversations

This is a series of wild birds especially Canaries taken out in a pond, to get their reflection. To take these pictures, several flashes have been placed to stop the movement ‘Conversations’ was the Black & White Nature and Wildlife Series of the Year 2018 Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards. ‘Conversations’ was the Black & White Nature and Wildlife…
Oriano Nicolau: Projections

Oriano Nicolau: Projections

This creative project was born playing with the inexhaustible natural light and projector light source while using many resources like patterned curtains or window frames. The natural light is projected over the skin in a sublime way adding elements like figures, textures & shapes. The models are summited in a world of distorted light and shadows. Oriano Nicolau was born…
Daniel Garay Arango: GRVTY2

Daniel Garay Arango: GRVTY2

GRVTY2 is a series of deconstructed architecture that tries to show us what would happen if suddenly there wasn’t gravity anymore, what would the world look those first seconds when nothing is capturing us. Daniel Garay Arango is a colombian photographer, specialized in black and white, fine art architectural and street photography. Website: www.garayarango.com ‘GRVTY2’ was the Black & White…
Sevil Alkan: Stray with me

Sevil Alkan: Stray with me

Taking photography by mobile phones created a new trend by changing the border and direction of the photography, mobile photography turns out to be a global movement which develops quickly and is fed by continuous impressive production. It achieves to be one of the photographic movements which creates the means for new approaches and experimental works. By using my mobile…
Hironori Nakamura: Rhythm

Hironori Nakamura: Rhythm

Six images of parking lots selected from my on going project “.Rhythm” which is focused on the visual minimalistic rhythm brought by both of sequential pattern of white line and elegant contrast between asphalt and white line. ‘Rhythm’ was the Black & White Abstract Series of the Year 2018 Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards. ‘Rhythm’ was the Black &…
Maxime Crozet: Xinjiang, suspended identities

Maxime Crozet: Xinjiang, suspended identities

In the northwestern corner of China lies the huge province of Xinjiang (literally: “new frontier”), more rarely called East Turkestan. Until recently, this region was predominantly populated by Uyghurs, a Turkish-speaking and Muslim Sunni people; but also by Kazakhs, Hui, Kyrgyz, Mongolians, Tajiks and other minorities from Central Asia. The Hans (majority of Chinese ethnic group), who have arrived by…
Matthieu Colnat: Dream Flows

Matthieu Colnat: Dream Flows

It was a nice and fresh summer morning when she came back from her trip from the other part of the world. The journey had changed and enlighten her in ways she could have never hoped for. Before going back to the reality of her daily life, she wanted to get lost. There. At this place where she used to…
Ray Demski: A different kind of family

Ray Demski: A different kind of family

Located on the outskirts of Ghanas’ capital, Bukom is another slum not known to Google-Maps. It smells of burning waste and dirt, but unlike similar places this odor here mixes with sweat that arises from the boxing rings. „You learn to fight before you learn to walk“ is the maxim. In Bukom, boxing is more than just a sport, it´s…
Florin Firimita: Sculpting with Light

Florin Firimita: Sculpting with Light

It is not my purpose to present you my resume or to teach you anything. You could learn the technical aspects of photography from YouTube videos. Don’t ask me what tools I use. Don’t ask me about aperture, lenses, camera bags. I would like to talk about silence, passion and beauty, about poetry and its opposite – pornography. I would…
Matthieu Colnat: The 30 second Project

Matthieu Colnat: The 30 second Project

It has been a decade I am working in the dubbing industry, sharing my daily life with actors I periodically see. So when I went back to my work with photography after a lull of several years, my hunger for pictures naturally drained me to this idea. At first, I just had a handful of minutes, during a short cigarette…
Leigh Griffiths: Meat

Leigh Griffiths: Meat

Throughout China meat is an important part of life. Poultry and pork are staple proteins, so in the local marketplaces, live and freshly-killed animals make up most of what’s on offer. As a westerner who grew up only ever seeing meat already cut into unidentifiable pieces behind glass or on my plate, walking through a Chinese wet market is a…
Tommaso Sacconi: Light on

Tommaso Sacconi: Light on

This series shows people in the instant of coming out of the dark or just about to vanish in it. This is the only moment that I fall in love with them. Each of the pictures is the result of minutes, sometimes hours, spent waiting for something to happen. I usually get attracted by locations first. I walk there over…