Why talk about protest photo books? Luciano Zuccaccia Articles I have been dealing with photographic books for several years in a continuous research and study and I believe that talking about protesting is truly important because it is a part of our society and an ever-current topic. Indisputably, just...

Héloïse Berns Discarded Bio I graduated from ESA on '75 in Brussels, photography section, class of 1990. Eight years ago, after some personal difficulties, the need to photograph reappeared as an obvious necessity. Photographing, and "photographing myself" allowed me to relearn how to express myself, to share my emotions....

Dotter Aimilia Balaska Stories About the Project The initial concept was to explore the idea of home and what it means for me. The loss of my mother, the absent of my father and abusive childhood becomes the narrative frame of my series. Eventually i realised that the idea...

Vincen Beeckman Discarded Bio Vincen Beeckman, based in Brussels. He integrates the universes that he meets and which touch him in his practice. Collaborating intensely, as often as possible, with those who inhabit his images, he can also become the model or form a duo of storytellers with them....

Lucky All the TimeMarissa Patrice LeitmanStoriesAbout the ProjectLucky All the Time was shot over the last seven years, through young loves, first deaths, trips to LA the Ghost Ship fire, the election, from San Francisco and ending in Berlin. I use these photos to track...

Giulia Parlato Discarded Bio Giulia Parlato (b.1993) is an Italian artist based in London and Palermo. She graduated from the BA(Hons) Photography at London College of Communication in 2016 and from the MA Photography at the Royal College of Arts in 2019. Her practice focuses on staged photography, and revolves...

Güle Güle Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni Stories About the Project Güle Güle (goodbye in Turkish) is a personal account on the city of Istanbul, focusing on the profound changes happening in the city and within the Turkish society. Gentrification, the marginalization of the poorer classes, the increasing discrimination...

The Y Alba Zari Stories About the Project Every woman inherits two X chromosomes, one of which can be paternal. Alba Zari uses the medium of photography as a visual method of investigation writing self-analysis notes to research the father that she never met. The missing Y. Zari interprets...

Uwe Bedenbecker Discarded Bio Uwe Bedenbecker (*Essen, 1965). Uwe devotes himself to free photography projects and is a keen photobook collector. Self-taught photographer, workshop participation at Lichtblick School Cologne (with Wolfgang Zurborn, Markus Schaden, Harvey Benge) Artist statement: “In my photography I put a special emphasis on the examination...

Aritmia Fabrizio Quagliuso Stories About the Project There is such a thing as an irregular rhythm syndrome, where the heartbeat is inconsistent; it races, slows down or flutters. There are times when the heart skips a beat, others when it frantically chases the following one to the point of...