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Floating | Kicki Lundgren

Floating by Kicki Lundgren

Floating is my most recent project published by the publishing company Journal, Gösta Flemming, at Polycopiés in Paris this year. The whole thing started in the beginning of the 90s when I photographed a man at a local swimming facility with my newly purchased Nikon AW.

Wardrobe by Yulia Artemyeva

Wardrobe by Yulia Artemyeva

Food, home, clothes, taken in their broad anthropological sense, serve as a continuation of human corporeality and the closest zone of our self projection.

Empire of the Third Dimension by Simon Butterworth

Empire of the Third Dimension by Simon Butterworth

Simon Butterworth first became interested in Hong Kong’s high-rise residential buildings during a month long visit in 2013. It wasn’t his first trip to HK but it was the first time he had explored the outer reaches of the city where most of the large housing schemes are situated.

Freckles | Zuzu Valla

Freckles by Zuzu Valla

My grandfather was a keen amateur photographer shooting amazing black and white photographs. I always admired other photographersí work, never thinking that one day I would follow my grandfatherís footsteps.

Jimmy Nelson | Before they pass away (Part II)

Jimmy Nelson ; Before they pass away (Part II)

Brussels (9 Dec 2016 – 25 Mar 2017) A year after the international success of Jimmy Nelson’s Before They Pass Away exhibition, La Photographie Galerie is delighted to bring you his new exhibition, Before They Pass Away Part II.

Fetish Balland | MagLau

Fetish Ballad by MagLau

MagLau has just released his new book Fetish Ballad with German publisher Verlag Kettler. It is the result of a three years’ road trip into the underground world of Tokyo, Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels and Berlin.

Toys | Boguslawa Trela

Toys by Boguslawa Trela

The idea of these photographs, was born out of my anxiety, caused by striking, socially fully accepted overconsumption. Nowadays, the excess in my country becomes a norm, people buy more and more, ignoring individual, social and ecological costs.

America

Discus | Terence Bogue | Nude Photography

Discus by Terence Bogue

There is an awkward element in beauty that raises it from the bland to the intriguing. I am constantly intrigued by façade, costume, uniform and adornment – their role in perception and prejudice.

Soap opera |  Fang Tong

Soap opera by Fang Tong

The soap opera format is a form of performance which most appropriately reflects a current state of life. The stage is always full of charm for me.

June Korea | Still Lives: Eva

June Korea – Still Lives: Eva

I began photographing dolls in 2001 to listen to their voices, and see their secret lives once again as I did in my childhood. And after a few years of inviting them into a photographic world I staged, I started asking myself, “Why do I really photograph dolls?”

Asia

The Capsule | Shyue Woon

The Capsule by Shyue Woon

Located in Ginza, a prime district in Tokyo – Nagakin Tower is a 13 storeys Tower designed by Kisko Korawara in 1972. The tower has set the aesthetics typical of architectural dystopias.

Necropolis - A City dying of Pollution | Zahir Abbas

Necropolis- A City dying of Pollution by Zahir Abbas

India is facing a severe pollution threat with daily average figure crossing the “severe” or even “Hazardous” marks a set by WHO. Unfortunately, no one seems to care as this ghostly poisonous air engulfs us in a deathly hug. Every day a bit tighter.

A walk to Remember | Amit Paul

A walk to Remember by Amit Paul

Kolkata Rainbow Pride Walk is a movement for equal rights for people of diverse gender, expressions and sexual identities has seen some very contrasting developments in the past couple of years in India.

Thaipusam | Visithra Manikam

Thaipusam by Visithra Manikam

This is one of the most intense festival in the world. Originating from India, the Hindu festival is most grandly celebrated in Malaysia attracting millions of devotees and curious tourists alike.

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Mass prayer to the Sun by Arup Biswas

It is believed that there are 33 Koti (“KOTI” meaning types. Wrongly translated as Crore.) gods and goddess in Hindu Mythology. And each type of god or goddess are worshiped with proper devotions and dedications.

Africa

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Interview with Thom Pierce

Thom Pierce is a photographer based in Cape Town. He is originally from the UK and has lived in South Africa since 2009. His work explores the line between art and documentary photography.

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Awoulaba/taille fine by Joana Choumali

I also note that most mannequins are manufactured locally, and I spot several places of handcrafted mannequins, by the road. I want to understand why. Why are locally made mannequins in white ? in an african country as Ivory Coast?

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Morocco by Majid Friha

Many styles do have certain impact on me I admire true and natural photography like the humanist photography -lives and culture of people,landscape from the anthropological point of view, moreover I am fund of artist like that of Sebastião Salgado

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The Iron Way by Ahmed Ashraf

Two years ago, I took a ride using the train. After experiencing such world, all I wanted to reach is the human inside the train, not the one taking the train every now and again. My aim was the one who permanently and constantly using it.

Oceania

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The Black Series by Anastasia Fua

I define myself as a storyteller. I tell stories through whimsical, surreal images. Everytime I create an image in relation to a feeling, thought or situation, a burden has been lifted off my shoulders, my soul smiles.

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Dad by Morganna Magee

My father has been sick since I was a child. Though never close when I was little when my parents divorced I was aged 14, my brother and myself became the next of kin on the hospital forms. Over the past 9 years, we have taken him too and from hospitals, doctors appointments, specialists.

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In Pain by Ramak Bamzar

‘In Pain’ a series, exploring the subject of suffering. Pain is a universal human experience. Defines pain as “an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage.”

How do you want to be remembered?
I really don’t know that; however I wish people would always consider me as a lovely and noteworthy person.

By the River by Ian Flanders

Ian Flandres first visited Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2011 where he stumbled across a young street-prostitute prospecting along the Mekong River. After a brief discussion he became struck and ultimately haunted by the look of despair and desolation in her eyes.

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Christopher Robert Photography

Growing up, I was lucky enough to spend a couple of years driving around Australia with my mum, dad and sister. Naturally, I fell in love with the outdoors and still feel a strong connection with everything this incredible country has to offer.

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Artistic nude by Cam Attree

Growing up with a father who was a very keen amateur photographer and sitting through countless slide shows of his work, I guess I developed an eye for it without even realizing it.

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