Havana |  David Saxe

Havana by David Saxe

Havana is a city suspended in time, where life slowly drifts to a steady salsa beat. People are civil and friendly—they will argue baseball in the park, walk along the Malecon, make love, marry, and raise families

People of the Earth: San tribe | Aga Szydlik

People of the Earth: San tribe by Aga Szydlik

People of the Earth / Deeply rooted in their nomadic culture and in symbiotic relationship with the animals and plants, San are the original inhabitants of South Africa, aboriginal to sub-Saharan Africa.

Mostki | Platon Terentev

Mostki by Platon Terentev

For about 3 months I tried to take pictures of the landscape in the village. Landscape with a pathway (in russian – mostki). Catch the necessary light that would show them from the side with which they are unknown.

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Svetlana | Efrat Sela

Svetlana by Efrat Sela

Svetlana, 46-year-old Christian woman, a survivor, always on the move, she had fallen hard into drugs and prostitution along her path. I’ve met Svetlana for the first time on November 2015 at the “Death Courtyard” in a forgotten dark alley in Tel Aviv.

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People of the Delta

For centuries, Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley has been a crossroads for many distinct tribes. During times of drought, natural resources become scarce, escalating clashes between groups.

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Collection Edward Steichen

The CNA in Luxembourg opens a major space for photography Edward Steichen´s The bitter Years meets contemporary photography.

Uman pilgrimage | Tomer Ifrah

Uman pilgrimage by Tomer Ifrah

Every year, tens of thousands of jewish pilgrims travel from around the world and mainly from Israel to Uman, Ukraine to celebrate the Jewish New Year, during the holiday of “Rosh Hashana”.

iContact

Conversations by Philip and Caroline Pegden

It is often assumed that people in large cities are incommunicado and more so now, in a world dominated by social media, played out on the handsets of smart phones. However, this series of photographs highlights that social communication is irrepressible.

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About Behind The Scars by Sophie Mayanne

“Scars” is a celebration of beauty, of flaws, of battles won and obstacles overcome. It is about survival, living beyond that and capturing the memories. It is a truly honest depiction of how our history, shown through these scars does not define us but compels us.

Forgotten | Herman Čater

Forgotten by Herman Čater

In the mountains in the middle of nowhere, a full hour’s walk from the nearest village, I met a man, 80 years old, living alone. His name was Stanko. He was kind and invited me into the house. The house was more than 200 years old.

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In Parentheses by Philip LePage

They say home is where the heart is. It is a place I have never been able to forget, nor find my way back to. I have always thought of it as a series of islands. It is such an immense, densely populated city.

kings,queens & fairy tales | John Paul Evans

kings,queens & fairy tales by John Paul Evans

The project is a development of work with my partner Peter in which we perform various incarnations of the couple/family/ wedding portrait. These images were initially inspired by the tradition of the painted wedding portrait in western art history.

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Terri Gold: Still Points in a Turning World

New York (April 19 – May 11, 2017) Salomon Arts Gallery will feature work by award-winning international photographer Terri Gold, who is known for her poetic infrared imagery of the remote corners of the globe and the indigenous cultures that inhabit them.

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Andy Goes In

As director, Josh’s documentary work has screened at Toronto International, SXSW, True/False, DOC NYC, Hot Docs and Maryland, and been featured by Vimeo Staff Picks and Dazed & Confused Magazine.

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Interview with Yulia Artemyeva

Your print edition is fantastic! Every artists gets a separate section. It was very interesting to look at other projects and find out more about other modern artists. Thank you for the opportunity to become a part of DODHO!

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Dissociated | France Dubois

Dissociated by France Dubois

Thoses pictures are driven by the need to feel alive, witnessing the development of someone’s physical & mental condition.What doesn’t kill you make you stronger. That said, some deeper wounds may break some parts of your being forever.

Detachment by Nicolas Dhervillers

Detachment by Nicolas Dhervillers

In Detachment, the new photographic series by Nicolas Dhervillers, nature is frozen, cloaked in frosty white. Roads lead to the unknown or disappear round sharp bends. Forests resemble jungles.

Figures and Incidents | Elvira Kolerova

Figures and Incidents by Elvira Kolerova

Elvira Kolerova is a Russian-born photographer who currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. She holds a master’s degree in American Studies from the Humboldt University of Berlin and is studying fine art photography at the moment.

Lov’yer by Marta Kochanek

Lov’yer by Marta Kochanek

The world witnesses love between people of all nationalities and races. This planet gives room to those attracted to people of the same, opposite and both genders. It is how this world is constructed. It is how it always was.

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Moon by Andrea Torres Balaguer

Torres Balaguer creates pictures that suggest stories and invites the spectator to interpret them. She is searching and experimenting with the boundaries between reality and fiction.

The Act | Julia Fullerton-Batten

The Act by Julia Fullerton-Batten

In this project I examine the lives of female sex-workers, women who choose to earn their living by exploiting their bodies as escorts, dominatrices, porn actresses, web cam and live sex and peep show performers, striptease, lap dancing artistes, or sexual surrogates as therapy for clients, and transgender people.

WORLD

Light and landscape | Trevor Cole

Light and landscape by Trevor Cole

These black and white images are from a diversity of global locations. Ireland, Canada, Iceland, The Faroe Islands and Namibia. They endeavour to convey a sense of space, atmosphere and the way in which light exacerbates tonal contrasts.

Dark Zoo | Nicolas Evariste

Dark Zoo by Nicolas Evariste

Dark Zoo is the product of several expeditions to various French wildlife parks. Through this series of animal portraits, I’m trying to convey emotions while attempting to disregard the prefabri- cated environment of the zoo

Animal Portrait | Ruud Peters

Animal Portrait by Ruud Peters

Ruud Peters, a native of The Netherlands, has been a professional photographer for the past 30 years. His work included portraits, weddings, product displays, and post processing of images. His central interests now focus on landscapes, nature, and the macro world.

Nature is Ancient | Meg Wachter

Nature is Ancient by Meg Wachter

Meg Wachter is a photographer and retoucher who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York (by way of Ohio). She attended Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication and received a BA in Commercial Photography and a Minor in Women’s Studies.

Earth | Zoe Wetherall

Earth by Zoe Wetherall

The beauty of Zoe Wetherall’s work is in the structured geometry of natural and man-made forms – a natural fit for a little girl who wanted to be a bricklayer when she grew up.

CITY

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In Parentheses by Philip LePage

They say home is where the heart is. It is a place I have never been able to forget, nor find my way back to. I have always thought of it as a series of islands. It is such an immense, densely populated city.

Tokyo Series | Chris Becker

Tokyo Series by Chris Becker

Chris Becker has lived in some major cities including New York, Minneapolis and Taipei, so when the opportunity arose, he was excited to visit the metropolis of Tokyo.

620 Avenue of the Americas is an architecturally significant landmark of remarkable character, home to leaders in fashion, design, media and technology.

The balance by Edi Chen

It was a cloudy day on July 15, 2016: New York City Center has existed for centuries on Broadway only a few blocks from Times Square. It is Manhattan’s first performing arts center and is built in a Neo-Moorish style.

SHOT

Why Drag? | Magnus Hastings

Why Drag? by Magnus Hastings

Magnus Hastings is a portrait photographer whose current series of large-scale photographs, and accompanying book, Why Drag?, focuses on the phenomenal artistry and counter-cultural spirit of the international drag scene.

STORY

Havana |  David Saxe

Havana by David Saxe

Havana is a city suspended in time, where life slowly drifts to a steady salsa beat. People are civil and friendly—they will argue baseball in the park, walk along the Malecon, make love, marry, and raise families

Mostki | Platon Terentev

Mostki by Platon Terentev

For about 3 months I tried to take pictures of the landscape in the village. Landscape with a pathway (in russian – mostki). Catch the necessary light that would show them from the side with which they are unknown.

Svetlana | Efrat Sela

Svetlana by Efrat Sela

Svetlana, 46-year-old Christian woman, a survivor, always on the move, she had fallen hard into drugs and prostitution along her path. I’ve met Svetlana for the first time on November 2015 at the “Death Courtyard” in a forgotten dark alley in Tel Aviv.

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About Behind The Scars by Sophie Mayanne

“Scars” is a celebration of beauty, of flaws, of battles won and obstacles overcome. It is about survival, living beyond that and capturing the memories. It is a truly honest depiction of how our history, shown through these scars does not define us but compels us.

DNA

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Interview with Yulia Artemyeva

Your print edition is fantastic! Every artists gets a separate section. It was very interesting to look at other projects and find out more about other modern artists. Thank you for the opportunity to become a part of DODHO!

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Ted Vancleave Co-founder of ImageRights

ImageRights International is spearheading the global fight against the infringement of copyrighted visual works by visual artists including photographers, graphic artists and painters. ImageRights identifies, assesses and pursues copyright infringement claims on behalf of its professional artists, agencies and publishers.

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Interview with Isabella Bubola

I love the big photos! They’re so nice to go through. And I like the feeling of the slightly glossy paper. One thing that I would change, if I’m completely honest, is the font choice and size (I would make it smaller).

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Interview with Thomas Alleman

It’s lovely and very bold! The use of type is adventurous, and the display of the pictures dramatic. The heaviness and heft of the publication give is real “gravity”, as does the paper stock, which announces a real seriousness…

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Sven Eisenhut director of Photo Basel

Photo Basel is Switzerland’s first and only international art fair dedicated to photography based art. Photo Basel brings together galleries from around the world in a unique, authentic setting.

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Javier Corso Founder & Director of OAK Stories

At OAK we execute each project with the utmost informative rigor and the highest audiovisual quality. Depending on the subject and the goals we have set for ourselves, we choose the best combination of platforms and means to optimize the dissemination of the resulting work.

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Interview with Julie de Waroquier

First of all I love the cover, it’s very catchy and intriguing. The pictures have a great impact on the inside too, and I really enjoyed discovering the other photographers’ works, all very creative.

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