Photo Projects

Veselin Atanasov: The busy train station

Veselin Atanasov: The busy train station

The busy train station of the Bangladesh capital, Dhaka, in early January just before Istema 2018 when people from all over the world coming to join on festival. At this festival coming so many people that the arriving trains are crowded and many passengers travel on the roofs of the trains and there is a great bustle at the station.…
Vincent de WILDE d’ESTMAEL: Ads and Street Art in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Vincent de WILDE d’ESTMAEL: Ads and Street Art in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

This series of photographs taken on the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, explore the unintentional interaction between the people caught in their daily activities and modern advertising boards or street art. Behind the humour of some situations, they point at social inequalities. The photographs emphasise the high contrast between modern and traditional life, Western and Asian perspectives, luxury and simplicity,…
Marina Kazakova: The poetics of childhood

Marina Kazakova: The poetics of childhood

The concept of the series is expressed in a mental journey through intimate visions of private life showing how often stories that worth to be told are very close to us. The poetics of childhood: boundless sensuality, confidence and a huge need for love, perhaps more than in any other period of life. Marina Kazakova was born in Soviet Union…
Mohammad Rakibul Hasan: Salt

Mohammad Rakibul Hasan: Salt

Global warming seems to have more severe impact on certain countries than others because of the way it affects the world climate. An immediate effect of global warming is the increased natural disasters like storm surge and flood, while sea level rise is a slow, yet inevitable process. Bangladesh, the largest delta of the world is an obvious victim of…
Murat Yazar: Shadows of Kurdistan

Murat Yazar: Shadows of Kurdistan

I was born and raised in a village near the city of Urfa. For us, Kurdish was the language used for communicating, until I went to school. The beginning of my education marked a point that changed my primary language from the language we spoke at home and in my community to the language we spoke in school. It was…
Birgit Neiser: Oman desert

Birgit Neiser: Oman desert

The Sultanate of Oman is one of the driest countries in the world. These may be very harsh conditions, but at the same time it therefore is host to some of the most spectacular deserts in the world. The Empty Quarter and the Wahiba Sands deserts are the best known. Travelling in the desert when you sometimes don´t see any…
Manuela Thames: Trauma

Manuela Thames: Trauma

This self-portrait series aims to explore the themes of brokenness, the struggles of loss and grief, the regrets of past decisions and my personal experiences with generational trauma and mental health struggles. I was raised in Germany by parents who were born in the 1930s and both experienced significant trauma as children and young adults due to World War II.…
Frank Loddenkemper: Rheinkniebrücke

Frank Loddenkemper: Rheinkniebrücke

The Rhine bridges in Düsseldorf are an integral part of the skyline. One of them is the “Kniebrücke” from the 60s. It is a steel cable-stayed bridge whose access ramps were built of concrete. I photographed the bridge laterally in its entirety, as well as from below with its curved driveways. In this way of viewing the lines are particularly…
Fabrizio Quagliuso: ARITMIA

Fabrizio Quagliuso: ARITMIA

Aritmia is story about a dream and about a journey. The story has a main character: Mia. Floating in her dreams so as to overcome the boundaries of her mind, intimately entangled with nature, its heartbeat and the forces that shape and permeate life, Mia is an ethereal figure on a lone journey in search of her true and primordial…
Timothy Huyck: Powwow – Men’s Dance

Timothy Huyck: Powwow – Men’s Dance

There is tremendous movement and energy in American Indian dance. The men’s dances often tell the story of a battle or a hunt. Timothy Scott Huyck was born in Inglewood, California and spent his early childhood there. A few years after the family moved to San Pedro, California, Huyck discovered photography in high school. He quickly made up his mind…
Ole Brodersen: Flow

Ole Brodersen: Flow

Ole Brodersen‘s work explores the landscape and the natural forces that animate it. He is attempting to show something beyond the appearances; the experience of the observer in the landscape. Ole is trying to capture the feeling of being present in the landscape, by making images that are, to an extent, a direct imprint of the environment in motion. This…
Eric d Vries: 20 Years of Photographing Cambodia

Eric d Vries: 20 Years of Photographing Cambodia

20 years of photographing everything Cambodia from the people, the cities, the countryside to the temples. First time I arrive in Phnom Penh, the capital, was in March 2000 during a 3-months trip to SE-Asia. The plan was to stay only a week because I didn’t know the situation back then. I stayed more than 3 weeks that year and…
Katerina Kouzmitcheva: Dreamy world

Katerina Kouzmitcheva: Dreamy world

Dreamy world is a project of Katerina Kouzmitcheva, a Belarusian photographer from Minsk. Dream has always been constant source of inspiration for her. She is fascinated by its nature. How all the images – real, remembered and invented – come together into one piece? Illusory way of reshaping life captures her and she is often looking for that state of…
Fan Wu: My Land

Fan Wu: My Land

I love this land because it’s where I live. I often walking in the time tunnel, I look for news about this land inside my heart. Person and things here, as well as everything is filled with the familiar smell. So I haven’t any grand willingness to let the valuable of what I photographed more precious. I just want to…
Bart Krezolek: Child Inside

Bart Krezolek: Child Inside

‘Child Inside’ is a photographic exploration of the reality perceived by the child. The world on the borderline of realism and fantasy, truth and fiction. The little man is discovering the world, experiencing admiration, horror and surprise. Photographs are taking us onto a journey of an early childhood. They wake up dreams of the inner child, the child inside us,…
Steve Geer: Discarded

Steve Geer: Discarded

In Chicago, behind the shops and restaurants, there are service alleys. These narrow canyons are lined with dumpsters which are filled each day and emptied each night. Sometimes discarded things spill out of the dumpsters and into the alley. There are plastic knives and forks and cups and cigarette lighters. There are disposable gloves in vast quantities, and packaging of…
Grzegorz Sikorski: Let there be light!

Grzegorz Sikorski: Let there be light!

Photography has always been Grzegorz Sikorski passion which over the years has turned into his profession and another source of income. As he admits, photographing people gives him a unique satisfaction of capturing facial expressions, gestures and feelings of models, not always professional, on a digital matrix. As a result, he specializes in portrait, beauty and fashion photography. In his…
Svetlana Tarasova: Italy. Immersion

Svetlana Tarasova: Italy. Immersion

She is traveling to Italy – a beautiful country where new impressions, meetings and acquaintances are awaiting her. “It smells like sunshine here” is printed on her ticket. That’s exactly what she needs; there are too few sunny days in Russia in the end of October. Her first impressions of Italy are bright shop windows, busiest streets, stylish Italian women,…
Olivier Robert: Huang Shan

Olivier Robert: Huang Shan

This series of photographs is part of a long-lasting project dedicated to the Yellow Mountain in China. The classical Chinese landscape painting has been an important source of inspiration in my photography for more than 20 years and has drastically affected the way I consider a landscape as a subject. My work consist in pushing the boundaries of photography to…
Florin Firimita: She Said / He Said

Florin Firimita: She Said / He Said

Dear Florin, You told me that you once thought that if you were to point your camera lens at a human being, you would somehow cause their disappearance. This thought makes me laugh because, I, being one of the subjects you often point your lens at, have at times only felt life through your lens. Although I never wish you…