Flow and Reflections by Florence Gallez

These 20 images are part of my Flow and Reflections series that offers delicate, at times dreamy, black-and-white scenes of a photographic journey through Russia, Cuba, Belgium, and the United States.

The Wat Phra Kaew’s Guide Book by Artyt

This Project is about “Wat Phra Kaew”. Wat Phra Kaew is regarded as the most sacred buddhist temple in Thailand. Everyday, Wat Phra Kaew is full of tourists from around the world.

Life in a quarry by Dipayan Bose

This is a daily life documentation on village people in a stone quarry in Ayodhya hills at Purulia. They survive their life with such a low income with less scopes of earning sources.

Life in the monastery ; Bagan by Aga Szydlik

Myanmar (Burma) is predominantly a Buddhist country, with 90% of the population practising Buddhism or embracing a monastic lifestyle.

The Spanish Pink Triangles by Luca Gaetano Pira

Four decades have passed since the abolition of the “Social Danger Laws” in 1978. At the time Homosexuality was persecuted under Franco’s regime as it was considered an attack on the moral and integrity of the Spanish people.

Minimalistic Artwork by Jefflin

I like black and white photography, of course as well as colour photography. This is project regarding my inner world of my black and white photography. I never resist colour photography

Ego & Fear by KireevArt

Through authentic artistic images created by my imagination in this new fine art cycle, I touch upon the theme of human essence. In Fairy-tale and from a part of surrealistic manner

Small Pieces of Peace by Georg Worecki

The “Small Pieces of Peace” were taken in Germany & Luxembourg. Today these countries should really represent exemplarily the creation of models for a culture of peace. 

Night people by Jorge Bañales

Whether they are dancing, napping, eating, drinking, talking, alone or together, the images capture people having fun or in a contemplative mood in the dark hours of the day.  Jorge was born in Montevideo, Uruguay

Cloudscrapers by Angie McMonigal

In the city, we tend to keep our heads down; these photos invite us to look up. Each of these images is structured by bold juxtapositions — between the built environment and the natural world, between rigid city grids and fluffy white clouds

Kunduchi Minimalism by Abhijit Bose

It took me to reach Kunduchi around half an hour from Dar es Salaam city. There is a Beach Resort and one needs to pay to enter and sumptuous lunch and dinners are available at the restaurant. But the magic happens much before that.

A Visionary Journey by Massimiliano Balò

It is my creative and visionary journey of my life where through the photography I captured the momentum reversing my unconscious feelings and visions of the world.

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.

Landscape photography by Rohan Reilly

Rohan Reilly is a self-learned photographer and gallery owner based in Kinsale, Ireland. Formerly a record label owner, producer, and DJ, Rohan lived in Barcelona, Spain for several years.

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

Michel Medinger’s photographic universes

Dudelange (9 June – 16 December, 2018) CNA’s exhibition of the Luxembourg photographer Michel Medinger’s work aims to illustrate how as a talented young artist in search of his own individual style

Transcending by Isabel Curdes

It is a story about life and death, about the beauty of our ephemeral existence and the acceptance that one day we will just be a memory…

Omo Tribe; the other Ethiopia by Antonella Monzoni

A piece of primitive, wild Africa. Men with Kalashnikovs driving herds of cattle along red-dirt paths to the banks of the river. Processions of women walking to the Omo River, returning with huge gourds filled with water balanced on their heads.

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

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.

Urban sprawl series by Emmanuel Monzon

Through my urban sprawl series, I want to photograph the in-between state found in the American landscape. So I capture places of transition, borders, passages from one world to another

Makeshift by Paweł Starzec

This common agreement takes shape of a narrative concerning both past and present times, serving as an explanation of the world and unifying the group around it.

Athens Photo Festival 2018

Athens (6 Jul – 9 Jul 2018) Athens Photo Festival 2018 attempts to bring together a range of different perspectives from emerging and established artists and photographers from all over the world

Human Waste I ; Purposeless eco-invasion by Beatriz Glez Sa

The plastic has unfortunately become part of the marine landscape, what might seem a new innocuous panorama, supposes an extermination of the habitat, of the customs and finally of its inhabitants.

Of Faith and Devotion by Cosimo Manlio De Pasquale

The passion for photography was born by traveling, for the need to freeze an emotion, to fix it forever and to have the chance to revive it, then matured also in an emotional quest for the daily life

Triennale der Photographie Hamburg

Hamburg (7 Jun – 30 Sep 2018) [ENTER], [HOME], [CONTROL] and [SPACE]: one click of a keyboard command and portentous decisions are made, helping to change the world!

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

Anatomy of a photograph by Elizabeth Koning

The pre-production phase of my project is where all the planning takes place before the camera rolls. Whether its measured in minutes, hours or days, my planning phase sets the overall vision of my project.

Deconstructions by AymE

The concept of Deconstructions is to shed light on the female body, its shapes and shadows, its beauties and also its taboos. This series of photographs seeks to come back to a more elementary perception of the female body

Thaipusam; through the night by Lucio Farina

Thaipusam ​hits you in the stomach, fills your senses with colors, sounds and harsh images, giving you thoughts about faith and worships. It is one of the most important Hindu festival celebrated by the Tamil community in honor of Lord Murugan​

Early Portraits by Dimitris Mytas

This series of portraits comes from the period of my early involvement with the photographic medium.

Women with Beetles ; Enrique Muñoz García

Wolfsburg (Until 17 June, 2018) The exhibition “Women with Beetles” presents a series of 100 images from the artist‘s private collection.

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.

Profound Azores II by Paulo Monteiro

In the introductory text of the first part of this series, kindly published by Dodho magazine, I wrote that I had started this work in 1998. However, in reviewing my file, I noticed that I started it in 1995.

Bharat Mata by Giancarlo Zuccarone

Bharat Mata (Mother India) is a wandering between places suspended in time. It’s a story through poetic images, free from any descriptive intent.

Harold Feinstein ; Graciously yours

Paris (24 May – 31 Aug 2018) After a first exhibition in 2017 revealing the contagious optimism of the American photographer as he was depicting post-war youth and recklessness

The last Tsaatan by Rémi Chapeaublanc

In 2011, Rémi Chapeaublanc set off to find the Tsaatan people, nomadic reindeer herders, straddling the border of Northern Mongolia.

Iceland ; Visions of earth by Massimo Lupidi

An aerial photo, an immediate feeling of naturalness, of amazing experience. Seeing from a bird’s perspective is not consistent with seeing from the ground.

Une memoire du 13 by Simona Bonanno

Simona Bonanno’s work, ”Un Mémoire du 13”, documents the devastating strategy of jihadist terror in the heart of Europe. The project was born by chance because the evening of the attack in Paris she was where it all began: at the XI Arrondissement.

Anatomy of a photograph by Deborah Roffel

Deborah studied at the Art Academy Minerva in Groningen, Scenography and Autonomous Art/ Photography. Horses and people, tigers and people, wolves and people, musicians…

Jean Pagliuso ; In Plain Sight

New York (16 May – 16 Jun 2018) Mary Ryan Gallery is pleased to present In Plain Sight, a retrospective exhibition of photographer Jean Pagliuso in celebration of her monograph of the same name published by Damiani in 2018.

Acid Survivors by Jan Møller Hansen

Acid attacks in Bangladesh are usually the result of land disputes, rejected marriage proposals, refusal or inability to pay dowry, resistance of being trafficked as sex worker or simply the desire for revenge.

Atopos by Lukas Vasilikos

Change is taking place in such rapid strides today that it leaves man with a sense of not belonging in his very own habitat. It almost feels as though, apart from the advances in every field of human activity

Hokkaido, the Silence of Winter by Olivier Robert

This series is part of my ongoing project about the winter in Japan.These photographs were shot in Hokkaido where I’ve spent 10 years photographing minimalist landscape sceneries.

The sequence of love by Daria Amaranth

It is sensual and metaphorical representation of the feeling of love between partners.As it happens in life, the photographs are divided into stages

Now you see me! Muhammad Ali

Zürich (24 May – 7 July, 2018) Photographs by Thomas Hoepker, Gordon Parks, Marvin Newman, Flip Schulke, Steve Schapiro, Carl Fischer and Eric Bachmann

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.

Monster by Frank Machalowski

“When big masses walk into the same direction, everything is connected, you adapt yourself to it, everything becomes uniform.” Most people that live or have lived in a big city before will probably know this phenomena Frank Machalowski describes so well in the quote above.

Invisibles by Nicolas Landemard

They call themselves the invisibles. Impossible to be sure how many they are in Ostende and around, certainly more than we can imagine.Coming from all around the planet they end here on the Belgium coast, where the railroad ends.

Plastic bags: Where Does It Go? by Probal Rashid

Bangladesh became the first country to regulate disposable bag use when the government banned single-use plastic bags in 2002. At that time environmental groups estimated that about 9.3 million plastic bags were dumped in the Dhaka city alone every day

PhotoEspaña 2018

Madrid (6 Jun – 26 Aug 2018) 29 galleries in Madrid participate in the Festival Off programme, with projects by Pedro Almodovar, William Klein, and Gorka Postigo, among others.

Erotic Photography by Marco Tenaglia

In Marco Tenaglia’s latest works there are a more narrative depth and a cinematic approach to create a story in a single shot or a sequence where women are fierce and fearless and unmask their feminine-masculine attitude to be in control of every situation

Journeys Abroad by Daniel Grant

After a few years of researching his family lineage, translations were made, paperwork was sent, self-portraits were produced and finally an Italian passport was handed over to an American man.

Kavadi Aatam of the Tamil Diaspora in Mumbai by Uday Tadphale

Kavadi Aatam or carrying the burden and piercings to inflict pain is a ritual traditionally observed by the people of the state of Tamil Nadu and the Tamil diaspora around the world. It can be seen during the Thaaipusam festival in certain ghettos of Mumbai where people

Escapism by Amanda Mason

Amanda Mason’s ‘Escapism’ series visually expresses an ethereal sleep state, a place between being awake and being asleep, a place where the mind is semi-conscious

Copenhagen Photo Festival 2018

Copenhagen (7 Jun – 17 Jun 2018) The vision of Copenhagen Photo Festival is to strengthen our ability to consider photography as a form of expression by curating, engaging, informing and debating.

Starting a New Journey by Michiko Chiyoda

After a long struggle with sickness, my mother passed away. Since then I have made a lot of trips. I have chosen to visit seaside, because I remember what my mother used to say to me before she died.

Northern Gothic by Maren Klemp

Maren Klemp, born in 1984, is a fine art photographer living and working in Oslo, Norway. She uses her photography to raise awareness of mental health, and her images portrays her personal challenges with mental illness.

I am a dreamer by Carmelita Iezzi

“I am a Dreamer” is a new project started in 2017, it is a conceptual series of surreal portraits interpreted in an ironic key and inspired by adolescence.

Deep In A Dream-Central Park by Michael Massaia

I started documenting Central Park back in 2007 as way of coping with severe insomnia. I would commonly take long walks at night, and the park always seemed to be calling me in.

Arles 2018 ; Les rencontres de la photographie

Arles (2 Jul – 23 Sep 2018) Departure for the 49th Rencontres d’Arles is imminent. This year, you are invited to cross space and time with a breathtaking, celestial journey across the ages.

Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh by Larry Louie

As of January 2018, about 1 million Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution in Myanmar has settled in overcrowded informal camps near Cox Bazaar in Bangladesh. It is estimated over 580,000 are children. The lucky ones are with family who could protect them. 

Haka Way of Life by Matteo Fabi

The haka is the warrior-like dance performance made famous worldwide by the New Zealand’s rugby team, the All Blacks. Nevertheless, its meaning goes well beyond the world of sport. Being one of the most ancient, yet alive, Māori traditions, it is a way to express a wide range of feelings in several different occasions.

A piece of Rock by George Digalakis

George Digalakis was born and raised in Athens, Greece, in 1960. A medical doctor by profession, he still lives and works in Athens. What attracted him to photography is its ability to create beauty in ordinary places and order out of the disordered world.It was only in 2011 when he first studied photography at “Photoeidolo”

Leather’s factories in Bangladesh by Erberto Zani

Leather industry is one of the major in Bangladesh and it’s considerated a priority sector, with worldwide export. In last decade a lot of big, famous, brands, decentralized here the creations of their products with subcontracts, finding cheapest manpower for more profit.

Dans le silence d’une rêverie by Carmelita Iezzi

The nature, the humans figure and the conceptual, between the beauty and the soul. In this series I invite the viewer to enter a dream world, where solitude is more than just being alone. It is a world of soul searching the dream.

Backroom by Vincent Couderc

Backroom, also known as dark room, is a partially or completely darkened place which can be found in some gay bars, nightclubs, saunas or even sex shops. Its idea is to provide their customers with a possibility of unfettered, free sex, often with unknown people.

Interview with Mohammad Rahman; Finalist in our Color Awards 2017

Interview with Mohammad Rahman; Finalist in our Color Awards 2017

We bought our first DSLR in 2013. It was Canon 60D with the 18-55m Kit lens. I remember, that time the DSLR was a complicated piece of equipment to me with all the mysterious settings. I had an extremely shallow understanding of aperture, ISO, shutter speed etc.

Niepce’s View & Daggeurre’s Perspective by Raju Peddada

Our sense of sight guides our life. We touch, taste, listen and even feel with our eyes. Our entire economy and statecraft are dependent on it. Which business brand does not depend on our sense of sight? Which politician is not cued on optics?

Haenyeo by Jose Jeuland

Before I transitioned to photography, I was a professional triathlete for 19 years. I had started doing Ultra Trail races, and while preparing for one such race in Jeju Island, South Korea, I discovered the Haenyeo women divers.

Tribal portraiture by Trevor Cole

A series of portraits taken in the Omo valley region of Ethiopia, Afar (Ethiopia) and in Papua New Guinea. In all cases the portraits portray cultural traits and traditions. 

The Promenade by Cyrille Druart

The title reflects the photographic practice of Cyrille Druart. Unlike his other passion, Architecture, a field in which the progress of projects is slower and anchored in practical needs.

Korean Dreams by Nathalie Daoust

Photographer Nathalie Daoust’s newest project, Korean Dreams, is a complex series that probes the mysterious world of North Korea. 

Lato Selvatico by Alessandro Ciccarelli

The word natura (nature) comes from natus, that means born, and urus, the generative energy. The word selvatico (wilderness) originates from  selva (forest), which has the same root as sole (sun), and it means to burn.

American Beauty ; Marvin Newman

Amsterdam (3 May – 1 Jul 2018) Kahmann Gallery would like to personally invite you to the opening of the solo exhibition of renowned American photographer Marvin Newman

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