Miyuki Okuyama: At Dusk

Miyuki Okuyama: At Dusk

Photobook “At Dusk” (Photo and book design by Miyuki Okuyama, The Netherlands/Japan) is the winner of Fotografia Europea + SK BOOK AWARD FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA, Italy (2022). The book is published from Skinnerboox. “At Dusk” will be presented at Polycopies, a…
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Monika K. Adler: Nostalgia

Monika K. Adler: Nostalgia

The photography series ‘NOSTALGIA’ tells the story of an immigrant’s remembrance of a life disrupted by war. Cold earth and blackened gun-metal. Taking with you only the most precious and essential. Cast alone amongst thousands; forced, overnight, to leave their…
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Claudio Ahlers: The Locks of Lockdown

Claudio Ahlers: The Locks of Lockdown

With his fine art photography series entitled The Locks of Lockdown, Bristol based German fine art photographer Claudio Ahlers attempts to express the multitude of feelings, and at times raw emotions, people around the world lived through during the many…
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Przemysław Kot: Men’s cloakroom

Przemysław Kot: Men’s cloakroom

Przemysław Kot’s photos from the “Men’s cloakroom” set present portraits of men of different ages, specifically employees of a carpentry workshop. In addition to the characters shown, the background also becomes a silent hero. The title men’s cloakroom is an…
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Diogo Baptista: Black Beast

Diogo Baptista: Black Beast

The name of this festivity, originally in Galician language, is A Rapa das Bestas, which means “The Shaving of the Beasts” It is an 400-year-old festival that takes place over four days, on the first weekend of July. The first…
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Swee Sing Vincent Lim: Dancing Trees

Swee Sing Vincent Lim: Dancing Trees

One of the famous beaches in East Sumba, Indonesia is Walakiri Beach. What attracted many professional photographers are this unique mangrove trees. Another uniqueness of Walakiri Beach is the beach sand that has a texture like powder or wet cement…
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Ragnar B. Varga: Lost in Spain

Ragnar B. Varga: Lost in Spain

The photo series Lost in Spain came to life during my time in Spain from 2014 to 2017. This series includes both traditional street photography and staged pictures. I like to use light and shadow to construct visual space and…
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Manuel Micheli: ROTELLANDO VERSO SUD

Manuel Micheli: ROTELLANDO VERSO SUD

ITALY. Approximately 1400 kilometres covered, 65 days of travel, 8 regions crossed and 56 stages completed. I could summarize this wonderful experience of “Rotellando verso sud” (“Rotating towards the south”). There are stories that need to be told. Stories of…
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