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Photobook; Un-Identified by Annick Donkers

Photobook; Un-Identified by Annick Donkers

Un-Identidied is a series about the belief in alien species and how people construct their own world and perceptions. The series is based on a personal experience I had at the age of 10 that triggered my passion for the subject and curiosity to understand the psychology behind it.
Afro Amazonia by Miguel Pinheiro

Afro Amazonia by Miguel Pinheiro

In 1835, a rebellion broke loose in the lower Amazon Rainforest. Self-liberated Afro-Brazilian slaves took refuge in the remote jungle, where they established new communities called Quilombos! Today they strive to maintain the possession of their lands, and the vibrance of their cultures.
Without Words by Bootsy Holler

Without Words by Bootsy Holler

The Without Words Project was selected and published in our print edition 21. Bootsy Holler is an artist living in Los Angeles, California she is best known for her work as a portraitist, beginning with intimate depictions of herself and her friends at the center of Seattle’s pivotal music scene during the early 1990s.
Interview with France Leclerc; published in our print edition #20

Interview with France Leclerc; published in our print edition #20

France Leclerc, born in Québec, Canada, is an independent photographer who currently lives in Chicago.  Her early career was in academia, but her true passion for documentary and street photography has now taken over. 
As I See It by Lori Pond

As I See It by Lori Pond

"As I See It” is a series that examines and reproduces the fact (according to neurological studies I've read) that our brains, as a survival mechanism, can only process a few things at a time.
Indigenous communities; Jaguar by Camila Berrio

Indigenous communities; Jaguar by Camila Berrio

Getting into the jungle takes several days; understanding the rhythm of life of the indigenous communities that live there requires much more. During the months that I spent with them, I had the opportunity to contemplate how life is being woven by the skillful hands of indigenous women who, in each backpack and in each seam, express their sadness, joy, hope and frustration.
Not Just a Series of Images by Asher Honish

Not Just a Series of Images by Asher Honish

Not Just a Series of Images is a photographic series that is a cross between a sociological field study and a lyrical fine-art project. The images depict subjectivity in visual truth in both the physical remnants of self-extension and intentional representation of altered claims of truth.
The World Needs a Superhero by Diana Cheren Nygren

The World Needs a Superhero by Diana Cheren Nygren

This series envisions young children as contemporary society's superheroes. Superheroes have long occupied a central position in American popular culture. Society turns to superhero narratives in times of unrest as a source of hope.
Zoe Vassiliou; Between the magical and the mundane

Zoe Vassiliou; Between the magical and the mundane

My photographs are staged narratives in which I scout for locations, dress my friends and family, then photograph them in a manner that refutes reality. I am always chasing ethereal beauty, creating it if it isn’t there, and I like the tension between the magical and the mundane. I use costumes, light, color, movement, and reflective effects for a surreal and metaphysical quality.
Landscapes and self-portraits; Torn by Manuela Thames

Landscapes and self-portraits; Torn by Manuela Thames

Created from analogue landscape prints and some new and older self-portrait prints, I began creating this series of diptychs "Torn" shortly after the start of the Ukrainian war. These images are a representation of my own emotional reactions to the unfolding events because of family connections and family history that is tied to Ukraine
Hold Me Tight by Chrissy Lush

Hold Me Tight by Chrissy Lush

Hold Me Tight is my reconciliation with aging. I recently turned 40, and this project has been my version of a midlife crisis. It exists in a state of nostalgic reverie, idealizing my younger days. Those days have slipped away, but I’m not ready to let them go. Through this project, I’m coping with the loss of my youth by reliving it through staged images.
Interview with Karie Sue; VIEWBUG “My favorite space” contest winner

Interview with Karie Sue; VIEWBUG “My favorite space” contest winner

We had the pleasure to interview the photographer karie Sue. Recent winner of the contest "My favorite space" convened by Viewbug. Karie Sue is an incredible photographer who photographs fantastic places in the united states.
Nude Photography; The Rituals of Life by Michael Bomberger

Nude Photography; The Rituals of Life by Michael Bomberger

As a photographer, there is something especially satisfying about the moment you start to edit images from a shoot - and this is especially true if the shoot included American model Stephanie Lauren.
Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

The photographs of dance improvisations, accompanied by the dancers’ own words, trace the resuscitation of the dancers and their practice when, in the absence of colleagues and audiences, they reinvented their relation to their bodies and to the discipline of dance.

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My Americana by Joseph Patronite

My Americana by Joseph Patronite

“My Americana” is a long-term photography essay. Its goal: to create a contemporary view of the people, places or happenings which depict The United States of America.
Beginning to die by Ana Leal

Beginning to die by Ana Leal

The work “Beginning to die” reflects on the physical and psychological aspects that women go through when their fertility naturally comes to an end. I started this project in 2019 when appeared the first signs that I was entering the climacteric, the period that women go through until they reach menopause, which is actually the last menstrual cycle.
Photo Independent Virtual Fair 2022

Photo Independent Virtual Fair 2022

Photo Independent, the premiere international photography fair devoted to showcasing fine art photographers, is currently accepting applications for our first ever virtual edition, launching July 1–17, 2022.
The beauty of tribal dances by France Leclerc

The beauty of tribal dances by France Leclerc

The beauty of tribal dances project was selected and published in our print edition 20. As the sun is setting in the tribal areas of East Africa, one can often hear the sound of beating drums and joyful voices coming from the villages.
Spirit of India by Jacque Rupp

Spirit of India by Jacque Rupp

India has always held a special place in my heart. My first visit was during an extremely difficult period in my life, as my husband had just been diagnosed with a terminal illness. 
A virtual summer by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

A virtual summer by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

A Virtual Summer project was selected and published in our print edition 20. A story about a girl being stuck at home pretending to be on the beach.
Ingrid Weyland; Topographies of Fragility

Ingrid Weyland; Topographies of Fragility

Klompching Gallery is thrilled to present Ingrid Weyland’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, with Topographies of Fragility. The artist brings a unique and original approach to the subject of the landscape.
Polaroid; Crisis of Experience by J. K. Lavin

Polaroid; Crisis of Experience by J. K. Lavin

This body of work originates from a series of Polaroid SX70 self-portraits made during a daily practice from 1979 to late 1987. Crisis of Experience is the result of an eight-year project exploring themes of self-reflection and female identity using the mechanics of seriality.
November Light by Kip Harris

November Light by Kip Harris

The light in November is very different in Milan and Florence than it is in Rome. The warm amber glow of the eternal city does not penetrate that far north.
Ghost cities; Chernobyl by Jacob Freidenberger

Ghost cities; Chernobyl by Jacob Freidenberger

The pristine and lively places of today are the ghosts of tomorrow. Chernobyl and its neighboring city of Prypiat are two of the few places on earth where we can see the largely unimpeded effects of time and catch a wider glimpse into the possible future of our now bustling cities.
My muse by Stephanie E’amato

My muse by Stephanie E’amato

For me, this series is extremely personal because these are photos taken of my wife, who is my soul mate and my muse. We started the series in 2013 a few months after we fell madly in love with each other.
The Midway by Diana Bloomfield

The Midway by Diana Bloomfield

The Midway is an ongoing series which I began in 1998. These images of the North Carolina State Fair were made with a 4x5 pinhole camera and large format b&w film.
My Fate in Someone Elses Hands by Edyta Kielian

My Fate in Someone Elses Hands by Edyta Kielian

Very little about our lives is constant or totally certain, and while we have control over many things, we can’t control everything that happens to us...
Travel photography; Backpacking by Sofia Monzerratt

Travel photography; Backpacking by Sofia Monzerratt

A series of photographs taken on a no-budget backpacking trip over the course of three months, capturing the essence of humanity in different parts of the world as well as the rich culture that was experienced.

Color Awards

We invite you to participate in the first edition
of the Color Awards. We are looking
for the best color picture for this year, 2022.

The competition is open to any interpretation of color photography
in all its dimensions, from everyday reality
to pure abstraction

DEADLINE | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

PHOTO BY © DANIIL KONTOROVICH

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Waiting for the rain by Claire Maen

Waiting for the rain by Claire Maen

When arriving in Palm Springs, the first things you see are giant windfarms over desertic fields and miles of gated condominiums, golf courses, swimming pools, stores, and parking lots. Are you entering a vacation paradise, or a community fighting for its survival at the turn of the 21rst century?
Nikhail Asnani; Light painter

Nikhail Asnani; Light painter

When I performed and photographed this work I was in the mindset of longing to experience more friendships but also explore my romantic side in the LGBT community a little bit more.
Odd buildings by Olivia Hathaway

Odd buildings by Olivia Hathaway

The theme of the collection is "odd buildings," whether they're odd for their paint job, their architectural design, their graffiti, or their relation to other buildings.
The Pandemic’s Allegro by Michael Bomberger

The Pandemic’s Allegro by Michael Bomberger

Both Europe and North America are slowly emerging from the long shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic, a tragedy that has claimed the lives of some six million souls worldwide. 
Interview with Christos J.Palios; published in our print edition #19

Interview with Christos J.Palios; published in our print edition #19

Christos was raised as a first-generation Greek-American, a son of immigrants. These two distinct cultures forged his personal and creative evolution.
(un)real landscapes: Los Angeles plays itself by Karen Constine

(un)real landscapes: Los Angeles plays itself by Karen Constine

Like the rest of the globe, the Coronavirus forced Angelenos to quarantine and shelter in place. (un)real landscapes: Los Angeles plays itself explores what a pandemic society looks like — otherworldly, unreal.
The Hazel Collection by Julie Fowells

The Hazel Collection by Julie Fowells

Hazel was a beautiful hound with an extraordinary gift; she could sniff out a lost or discarded tennis ball lurking just about anywhere.  Down a cliff, up a tree, no matter how remote the location she would stubbornly bark until I acknowledged her hunting prowess. 
Lapland Journey by Carole Glauber

Lapland Journey by Carole Glauber

The Arctic Circle cuts across Lapland with a palette of frigid winter light where colors are subtle and make a statement. With seven months of winter, such an environment heightens an awareness of isolation, vulnerability and trust.
Exhibition; Constellations; Photographs in Dialogue

Exhibition; Constellations; Photographs in Dialogue

Constellations: Photographs in Dialogue explores how additions to the collection expand, deepen, and complicate the stories a museum can tell. From Edward Weston to Zanele Muholi, the exhibition weaves together historical and contemporary voices, bringing fresh narratives to light.
Land Revisited;  a five person photography exhibit centered on the theme of the landscape

Land Revisited; a five person photography exhibit centered on the theme of the landscape

Klompching Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition curated around the theme of the landscape.Land Revisited features artworks by four gallery artists.
Streets of New York; Nod of recognition by Barbara Jane Levine

Streets of New York; Nod of recognition by Barbara Jane Levine

Nod of Recognition is a series of portraits and street scenes of strangers captured on the streets of New York.  I walk, observe, and photograph people, following the path of light as it moves around the city. 
The Girl Who Escaped and Other Stories by Joan Haseltine

The Girl Who Escaped and Other Stories by Joan Haseltine

Some years after losing my husband I decided to reinvent my life, so I purchased a small ranch in Montana and a camera, neither of which I knew how to operate. I began visiting small towns at night. A woman standing alone on the streets after dark with a camera naturally aroused suspicion and distrust in these old Montana towns.

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Erotic Photography; The perceptible beauty by Gary Breckheimer

Erotic Photography; The perceptible beauty by Gary Breckheimer

Gary Breckheimer is a New York City-based photographer, and has been pursuing his craft for over three decades. After attaining a BFA from Brooks Institute, he moved to New York City
Nude York by Reka Nyari

Nude York by Reka Nyari

Artist Reka Nyari has been shooting nudes all over the roofs of New York City for the past 3 years. Inspired by her feeling of loneliness from when she first arrived to the city, as well as her desire to conquer the Big Apple.
Erotic photography – Reka Nyari

Erotic photography – Reka Nyari

Born in 1979 to a Finnish mother and a Hungarian father, Reka started painting even before she could walk or talk. This led her to New York to study Painting at SVA at the age on
Nude: Boarding Through The Streets Of New York by Gary Breckheimer

Nude: Boarding Through The Streets Of New York by Gary Breckheimer

Yes, all photographs were taken on the streets of New York City and no pigeons were harmed during the filming. I'm going to skip the intro of  Who What and Where about me and get right to the Story.
Body Paint by Paul Roustan

Body Paint by Paul Roustan

Paul Roustan is an award-winning artist based in Los Angeles, known for his work in body painting, photography, and conceptual performance.
Interview with Lisa Bettany

Interview with Lisa Bettany

Lisa Bettany is a Canadian tech entrepreneur and one of the most influential photographers on the web. She is cofounder of the top-ranked photography iPhone app, Camera+ which has sold over 14 million copies and is the best-selling camera app of all-time.
Collection of portraits; Created Equal by Mark Laita

Collection of portraits; Created Equal by Mark Laita

In America, the chasm between rich and poor is growing, the clash between conservatives and liberals is strengthening, and even good and evil seem more polarized than ever before.
Valkyrie Inc by Reka Nyari

Valkyrie Inc by Reka Nyari

Nyari’s series Valkyrie Ink portrays Eowyn, a young woman who endured a great deal of trauma since her childhood and who, in an act of rebellion irregardless of the soul's desire for flight, from the age of 16 on adorned her body with an abundance of tattoos.

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Five minutes with Leland Bobbe

Five minutes with Leland Bobbe

Leland Bobbé, a native New Yorker, has been a professional photographer for over 30 years. His work spans both the fine art and commercial worlds and has been shown in galleries and utilized by advertising agencies around the country.
Homemade by Adele Schelling

Homemade by Adele Schelling

The initial drive for Homemade is the stubborn desire the artist has felt to grow roots in the U.S.A, having moved to NYC from Switzerland a little over a year ago. There are a variety of ways to ground oneself into a different culture
Five minutes with Christopher Boffoli

Five minutes with Christopher Boffoli

I’m a Seattle, USA based photographer, writer, journalist and filmmaker. I started taking pictures as a hobby when I was a teenager and continued as a student journalist in high school and college.
Lee Friedlander: Western Landscapes

Lee Friedlander: Western Landscapes

San Francisco (Oct 27 – Dec 23,2016) Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present Lee Friedlander: Western Landscapes. The landscape especially the extravagantly varied landscape of the American west
Exhibition: Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Rosalind Fox Solomon

Exhibition: Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Rosalind Fox Solomon

New York (July 12 - September 8, 2018) Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present “We are the subject”, an exhibition featuring the work of Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Rosalind Fox Solomon.
Street Photography; En route by Edward Yanowitz

Street Photography; En route by Edward Yanowitz

The photographs are about the journey. They are about people like myself, who are in between places….in-transit…..en-route. In this environment, there is a special kind of introspective communication
Ghost Town ni Naru by Jasmin Gendron

Ghost Town ni Naru by Jasmin Gendron

Its a project that suggests a questioning about human decisions in which he presents an aspect of the Japanese culture that does not conform the idea of Japan.
Steel City Serenade by James Kezman

Steel City Serenade by James Kezman

Architecturally, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania punches above its weight. For a mid-sized American city, it has a rich agglomeration of fascinating buildings, largely thanks to the city’s storied industrial past.
I Always Hoped For Better by David Egan

I Always Hoped For Better by David Egan

David Egan is a photographer that focuses on elements of the past and the ever- changing landscape of the American West. He carries an MFA in photography and a BA in Organizational Communications.
Horror’s Aesthetic in Ambiguity! by Raju Peddada

Horror’s Aesthetic in Ambiguity! by Raju Peddada

What is it about Horror, the macabre, that when it's vague and banal, effects us more than when it's clear? If horror is something that is sensed or felt, how can we manifestly depict or articulate it?
Keith Yahrling – For the revolution

Keith Yahrling – For the revolution

The boundary of the United States of America’s original thirteen colonies encompasses roughly the country’s entire eastern coast—from Maine to Georgia and from the shores of the Atlantic Ocean to the Appalachian Mountains.

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