Animals by Wolf-Dietrich Ademeit

He starts with photography during his lithographic education.In 2007, he began photographing zoo animals for a series titled “Animals”.

Circus by Tim Booth

Circus is a series of images setting out to show the beauty, strength and symmetry in the performances of young contemporary circus performers in the United Kingdom.

Duality by Michael Stöcklin

Dualism is the ultimate theme of all being. Between two poles lies our world. From the tension of opposites arises life, a whole, a cosmos of possibilities.

Interview with Manuel Armenis

Interview with Manuel Armenis

Manuel´s work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and was published in leading contemporary photography magazines and online

Image of Structure by Joshua Sariñana

The Stata Center, designed by Frank Gehry, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is seemingly alive. Because of the reflective and angular elements of this structure are sharp

Ηypothesis by Antigone Kourakou

Antigone Kourakou’s recent work reminds us of the inexhaustible capacity photography has to transmute reality.References to the history of photography abound and, working surreptitiously

In my lucid dream by Byoung Ho Rhee

Almost everyday I made a lucid dream full of uncosiousness , at which I found myself turned into biological equivalents psychological as well.

Sympathy for the devil by Guillaume d’Hubert

This serie is impregnated with the extravaganza from the period this song was written, the character is beautiful, human and animal, graceful and brutal.

Hospital: Inside the another world by Ibrahim M.Iqbal

In the first half of the twentieth century hospital in industrial countries gradually became modern bureaucratic organization.This was accompanied by the change in diseases pattern in the society

Christine et le Baleineau by Yves Guénot

Every year, around Reunion Island, in the Indian Ocean, humpback whales come to give birth. The calves have a few months to learn the gestures of life.

Khayelitsha Township by Florence Gallez

Created during Apartheid as a dormitory area for migratory workers, Khayelitsha is today the largest and youngest black township in Western Cape, located on the Cape Flats in the city of Cape Town.

The body link

Amsterdam (19 May – 16 June 2018) The body link, through the personal sensibilities and readings of contemporary artists, throws a look at the wide and universal theme of the body

Konyak of Nagaland by Trevor Cole

An ancient tribe of former head hunters living in Nagaland, a remote area of NE India on the border with Myanmar (Burma). Only the oldest of the tribe have remnants of their tribal traits and traditions.

The lost town by Olga Kulaga

In the 1930-es in USSR most Mologa-Sheksna interfluve area got caught in a flowage during the construction of the Rybinsk hydroelectric power station.

Sculptography by Joseph O´Neill

Wanting to capture the essence of sculptures form the 18th and 19th centuries though photography, I posed my models in an effort to capture in flesh the elegant simplicity of a particular statue. 

Toronto by Adrian Morillo

His photography work has a documentary approach that allowed him to document different cultural traditions from the south of Spain as the flamenco music scene or the bullfighting and create a body of travel photography from places like Morocco or Cape Cod.

I love Africa ; Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo

Vienna (8 June – 30 September 2018) Europe’s most significant photographic festival is touring to Baden, near Vienna for the first time in 2018. 

Interview with Marc Thirouin

Interview with Marc Thirouin

Marc Thirouin is a French photographer living between Paris and Oslo.After studying arts in Paris, he developed its own photographic world where poetic stories and staged images prevail

In the streets of Bangladesh by Joxe Inazio Kuesta

In December 2012 I went to Bangladesh with the intention of spending a few days on vacation. I did not know anything about the country, and I have to admit that I went because I got a cheap plane ticket to Dhaka, its capital.

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Circus by Tim Booth

Circus is a series of images setting out to show the beauty, strength and symmetry in the performances of young contemporary circus performers in the United Kingdom.





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Sculptography by Joseph O´Neill

Wanting to capture the essence of sculptures form the 18th and 19th centuries though photography, I posed my models in an effort to capture in flesh the elegant simplicity of a particular statue. 

Portraits by Neil Kremer & Cory Johnson

Character-based portraits and narrative-driven scenes are our thing. Sometimes quirky, sometimes serious, occasionally scripted, and often just REAL – they specialize in capturing authentic moments in even the most manufactured of settings.

Things I Stole by Mano Svanidze

Ghosting is generally defined as breaking up with someone by ignoring this person, avoiding any kind of contact in real life. It means that someone suddenly disappears from another person’s life without any explanation

Nudes by Marcel Kolacek

Marcel Kolacek is a Czech Award-Winning freelance photographer who focuses primarily on BW humanistic, documentary photography. At the same time, he devotes attention to a completely different discipline- nudes.


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Toronto by Adrian Morillo

His photography work has a documentary approach that allowed him to document different cultural traditions from the south of Spain as the flamenco music scene or the bullfighting and create a body of travel photography from places like Morocco or Cape Cod.

London street portraits by Lorenzo Grifantini

The sixties changed the relationship between the city and its inhabitants forever. From the ruins of Victorian austerity and the interminable years of war, arose a “swinging” time that revolutionised the inter-connection between people and their built environment.


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The soul of my people by Paulo Monteiro

Officially, the archipelago of the Azores was discovered by the Portuguese in the fifteenth century.The first inhabitants of these islands brought with them ancient practices, whose rituals, religious or non-religious, are still practiced in a more or less pure manner


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Huang Shan by Olivier Robert

This series of photographs is part of a long-lasting project dedicated to the Yellow Mountain in China. The classical Chinese landscape painting has been an important source of inspiration in my photography

Artic Plant Life By Andrea Sparrow

I traveled in Scoresby Sound in Eastern Greenland and then took a second trip to Eqi Glacier in Western Greenland a few weeks later. There were some plants and lichens that existed in both places. 

Eqi Glacier, Western Greenland by Andrea Sparrow

Eqi is unique in that as it is forced downhill and around a curve from the Greenland Ice Sheet, it’s layers are turned vertically. This causes the glacier to sheer when it reaches the bay in a near constant manner, into very small fragments rather than icebergs.

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