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Portraits | Ewa Cwikla

Portraits by Ewa Cwikla

The power of capturing the daily instant, to have the ability to convert the ordinary into a unique moment, because her camera and her life are two indissoluble concepts.

Poetry of Speed | Jagdev Singh

Poetry of Speed by Jagdev Singh

Since times unknown, horses have played a very significant role in human civilizations across the world. Known for their enormous power, stamina, speed and benevolence with mankind, they have the term ‘horsepower’ signature to them.

Florin Ion Firimitã

Five minutes with Florin Ion Firimitã

My father opened that magic door to me. I was very shy – today I seem more gregarious, but basically, I am just an introvert who moonlights as an extrovert. Photography is the perfect medium for someone like me.

Building | Margery Clay

Building by Margery Clay

A building, which is objectively the remains or evidence of individual and collective history, transforms itself into something more, the trace of a lived experience which allows the viewer to unfold meaning.

Nepal : Earthquake | Larry Louie

Nepal : Earthquake by Larry Louie

On April 25, 2015, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal. It was one of the deadliest natural disasters to hit Nepal in 100 years, killing thousands of people, injuring thousands more and leaving tens of thousands people homeless and displaced.

Riverscape | Mohammad Rahman

Riverscape by Mohammad Rahman

The riverscape of Bangladesh tells the story about the natural beauty of Bangladesh. The mood, artistic appeal, loneliness, solitude, and tranquility of our riverscape, attract many art seekers to dive into the beauty of the Mother Nature.

© Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos USA. Alabama. Selma. 1965. Led by Martin Luther King Jr., a group of civil rights demonstrators march from Selma to Montgomery to fight for black sufferage.

Bruce Davidson

Amsterdam (16 Jun – 6 Sep 2017) This summer WestLicht presents the first retrospective exhibition in Austria on the work of Bruce Davidson (born Chicago, 1933) one of the leading exponents of humanist photography and with close to sixty years of membership one of the most prominent photographers of Magnum agency.

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Sisters by Zuzu Valla

I became excited about bringing together sadness, mystery, tenderness and fragility all in women’s body language. I also love to tell story trough the pictures.

Rapa | Carlos Cazurro

Rapa by Carlos Cazurro

‘Rapa’ tries to show the thoughness of a centuries-old Spanish tradition called ‘A rapa das bestas’ that happens every summer on a few northern towns, mainly in Galicia, in which a few men (known as “aloitadores”)

Department Store, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 © Gordon Parks / Courtesy The Gordon Parks Foundation

Gordon Parks : I am you. Selected works 1942-1978

Amsterdam (16 Jun – 6 Sep 2017) The camera can be a powerful weapon against repression, racism, violence, and inequality. The American photographer Gordon Parks (1912-2006) referred to the camera as his “weapon of choice” and used photography to expose the deep divisions in American society.

Flower Lines | Alba Bernadine

Flower Lines by Alba Bernadine

Every Spring my mind turns to photographing flowers. Some years I manage it and some not. The idea for this series came to me when I was looking at some nude studies.

Edge of Darkness by Steve Silverman

Edge of Darkness by Steve Silverman

Low-key black & white photography has always been a passion of mine. And since my photographic niche is black & white, it was a no-brainer to combine the two key components to capture the emotion and drama of a scene in order to express my artistic vision.

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Last of its Kind by Andrea Wolff

The images in this series, “Last of its Kind,” are infrared portraits of taxidermied animals in natural history museums.Most were plentiful when they were collected at the beginning of the last century, but are now so few that they hover near extinction.

Subtopic | Adrian Saker

Subtopia by Adrian Saker

In common with most photographers worldwide, from Mumbai to Manchester, Adrian seldom leaves home without a camera. Photographers are, by nature people blessed (or cursed) with an unquenchable curiosity

Trees | João Galamba

Trees by João Galamba

I admire trees as they are one of the most marvelous beings in this world. Not that humans and other animals are not incredible too, but trees fascinate me for their silent suffering.