Alexey Titarenko: New York

Alexey Titarenko: New York

Born in 1962 in St. Petersburg, Titarenko rose to prominence in the 1990s for his series of photographs of his native city, where his application of long exposures, intentional camera movement, and expert printmaking techniques to street photography produced a…
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Michael Najjar: Netropolis

Michael Najjar: Netropolis

The work series entitled netropolis is an exploration of the way global cities will develop in the future. Of similar magnitude to the impact of the industrial revolution in the late 19th century, it is now computer networks and the…
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Tomasz Gudzowaty: Pole Dancers

Tomasz Gudzowaty: Pole Dancers

Pole dancing is no longer the preserve of gentlemen’s clubs, and became – at least in Western countries – just one of many physical activities that everyone can enjoy, but the connections between pole dance and its sensual roots are…
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Martin Stavars: Nightscapes

Martin Stavars: Nightscapes

Photography is travelling to me, and travelling is always connected with taking photographs. When I began creating “Nightscapes”, I already had planned a few years ahead, with a precise list of cities that I wanted to visit in order to…
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Pogus Caesar: Schwarz Flaneur

Pogus Caesar: Schwarz Flaneur

Pogus Caesar’s photographs unravel the simplicity of the ordinary and the mundane giving us a glimpse into the lives of people he has encountered on his travels.  Picking up his first Canon film camera in the early 80’s – which…
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Tomasz Gudzowaty: Monsters of the Deep

Tomasz Gudzowaty: Monsters of the Deep

The southern elephant seal is the largest carnivore living today. The seal gets its name from its giant size and the large proboscis of the adult males, resembling an elephant’s trunk. According to an 18th-century description, the “Monsters of the…
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Tomasz Lazar: Children of Siberia

Tomasz Lazar: Children of Siberia

“An ocean of extermination and inhuman life. To escape out of this whirlpool, the abbys of memories”; On 10th February 1940 repressions by the USSR were undertaken on Polish lands against Poles and Polish citizens. They were a consequence of…
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Jacob Aue Sobol: Arrivals and Departures

Jacob Aue Sobol: Arrivals and Departures

The Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol rode the Trans-Siberian Railway through Russia, Mongolia, and China to create his new series, “Arrivals and Departures.” “The work,” he explains, “is a travel through time. Mile by mile, we cross the post-Communist superpowers…
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Oleg Kaplan: Portrait of a men

Oleg Kaplan: Portrait of a men

Photo artist Oleg Kaplan was born in 1967 in Moscow into a family of artists. Known for his series of photographs entitled “Glass”. Among his accomplishments – many popular galleries of works, several prestigious awards and work with major publishers.…
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Scared Scientists portraits

Scared Scientists portraits

In his black-and-white photography series “Scared Scientists,” Nick Bowers captures a raw element not often associated with scientific knowledge. For the series, Bowers interviewed a selection of scientists in varying fields, capturing the frightened looks on their faces while they…
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Bangladesh’s Third Gender

Bangladesh’s Third Gender

Bangladeshi photographer Shahria Sharmin grew up believing that Hijras — individuals who were designated male at birth but adopted feminine gender roles later in life — were “less than human.” Their physical appearance, their behavior and their general way of…
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