DD-MM-YYYY Kostis Argyriadis Stories DD/MM/YYYY is a series of personal photographic explorations of place and presence. It explores time and what remains of it as it flows between us. In a way, it is an isolation in a small universe that I am trying to create and within...

Tamasha Abhishek Khedekar Stories Tamasha is a docu-fiction. This photographic project explores everyday challenges faced by Tamasha, a 100 person family collectively known as Lokkalawant that live their life like nomads across the state of Maharashtra in India. The project focuses on their everyday life and is documented to...

The mistery of reality: the contemporary visual exploration of Valeria Cherchi Shhh: Southern high hidden histories Alessia Rollo READ ITALIAN VERSION  More about the artist: IG: @valeria.cherchi Web: valeriacherchi.com Valeria Cherchi (b. 1986 in Sassari, Italy) is a research-based artist working with images and words, freelance photographer and lecturer. Her work over the...

Poetically exploring the concepts of imaginary time and deep time is something Julie van der Velde brings to the forefront in her latest monograph Blind Spot. She was fascinated by time and space already since childhood as she adored visualizing the unimaginable in her head....

Emily Josephine RooneyDiscardedBioI work with the quest of holding fast to that which I get the chance to admire and be a part of. Photographs and photographic prints provide a seemingly appropriate stage to highlight that which holds my reverence, the intricacies of life, repetitive...

When Theo Elias (b. 1985, Sweden) published his book Smoke and people started referring to him as a black-and-white photographer, he was convinced that he will never make a black-and-white book again. However, after some time, he changed his perspective when Pierre from Editions Bessard...

Martians on Venus Andrea D'Auria Stories Martians on Venus tells the story of an interplanetary encounter between the feminine civilisation of the Venusians and the masculine Martians. In the central metaphor of this photo novella, Andrea sought to provide a psychological subtext to his candid shots through the...

Coming from a fashion and film background, Italian photographer Mauro Fiorito has now published his first monograph - The Night Face Up. Presenting a deeply personal narrative that reflects on the loss of his mother through daily life photographs of the female figures in his...