Allan Teger: Bodyscapes

Allan Teger: Bodyscapes

The artist in every culture takes on some of the roles of the shaman. The artist walks the fine line between the conscious and the unconscious, the obvious and the hidden. My background (Ph.D. in psychology) led me to the…
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Tim Franco: Illicit Ink

Tim Franco: Illicit Ink

A series of intimate portraits of the underground tattooist community in South Korea shot on paper negatives. An obscure South Korean law makes tattooing technically illegal. Although this does not stop a growing number of underground tattoo parlors to open…
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Alain Schroeder: Kim City

Alain Schroeder: Kim City

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) remains one of the most isolated and secretive nations in the world. Since its creation in 1948, the country has been ruled by three generations of the Kim dynasty currently under the control…
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Sampa Guha Majumdar: Childhood

Sampa Guha Majumdar: Childhood

The children of the picture are staying beside this garbage and use this area for open toilet. Cows are moving freely there. These animals are also eating plastic waste. Children are very familiar with the pungent smell around everywhere. They…
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Karina Bikbulatova: The two parallel

Karina Bikbulatova: The two parallel

This black-and-white series of photos ‘about two sisters abandoned by their father, a reunion which can be no question. Just because they don’t know about each other the most important thing…’ They meet once a year in a small village,…
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Elisabetta Gatti: Migration

Elisabetta Gatti: Migration

By the end of November, Milan Central Railroad Station becomes the meeting point for starlings preparing to migrate. But the show lasts just a couple of days, and you have to be ready. The first sign is when you start…
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Matthew Tuffield: Shapes of Architecture

Matthew Tuffield: Shapes of Architecture

Exploring Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne recently on my holidays with my camera and trusty tripod, enabled me to capture, with long exposure techniques, the most amazing and unique architectural designs Australia has to offer. The shapes, textures and design elements,…
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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…
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