Grabarka by Xavier Ferrer Chust

This is the most important location of Orthodox worship in Poland. Every year Grabarka is visited by more than 10,000 pilgrims. The Holy Mount Grabarka is an important place for pilgrimages by Orthodox believers in Poland

Street Photography by Oliver Merce

Oliver Merce was born in 1977. He lives in Timisoara (Romania) for over 15 years and he is a graduate of the Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering. He is especially attracted to documentary and street photography

Uummannaq by Camille Michel

Uummannaq is an island in the North West of Greenland, located 590km from the Arctic Circle. ‘Uummannaq’ means “Heart-shaped” in Greenlandic language., so- named due to apparence of the island’s mountain.

Fairy Shines by Patrizia Burra

Women who do not dress up but wear all their souls, none excluded, showing in their gaze the truth, courage, challenge, self-awareness of what can be and give without any mediation, without opportunism or hypocrisies

Korean Dream by Filippo Venturi

Between 1905 and 1945 Korea was dominated by the Japanese, thus becoming a colony of the Empire. In 1945, after Japan’s defeat, Korea was involved in the Cold War and became an object of interest for the USA, the URSS and lately for China as well.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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