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
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.
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
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.
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 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
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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
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.
“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.
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.
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
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
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
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.
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.
The pictures explore the themes of relationship between the people and Neva River. On the one hand the attitude of people to the Neva River with each year becomes more and more aggressive and consuming.
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.
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 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.
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.