Western Europe DIRECTORY


Nexus by Elizabeth Koning

A Scene from an Unknown enlightenment and Luminous Land. Noticing the details, light, shapes, colors, textures, people, trees and flowers. Everything around me looked bright and different.

Ice of Iceland Romain Tornay

Knowing Europe’s northern regions well, I have always been amused by the nominative difference between Greenland and Iceland. The first called green is largely represented by its icecap, pack ice, gigantic glaciers and huge drifting icebergs.

Riad Mirage Club by Loïc Vendrame

Riad Mirage Club is the fifth volume of the long-term and ongoing documentary project Future Rust, Future Dust (2016 – ), which aims to analyse the urban and architectural impact of the last world financial crisis and the burst of the real estate bubble. 

Uchilishte by Alexander Dumarey

Ever since 1989, the year communism fell, the Bulgarian population has been in decline. Over the span of 26 years the country has gone from a population of 9 million to something closer to 7 million.

Limen by Katlijn Blanchaert

A dark wood. A dead heart. A face hidden behind a latex canvas gasping for breath in vain. In her photographic  material Katlijn Blanchaert is looking up the edges of the volcano.

Ensemble by Varvara Shinkarenko

I’m a self-taught photographer, originally coming from Russia. I’m not a great talker, so trying to explain and express the way I see the world around me through the lens. Photography for me is a unique type of art. 

Brighton 67 by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

Brighton wasn’t exactly the coolest place in England. “A lot of old people, mum!” So Taylor wasn’t too excited to visit her Grandma for the weekend, as a London girl, the seaside town wasn’t what she was looking for.

Diamond Days by Manuel Armenis

The quintessential trait of the mundane is, of course, its lack of spectacle. It is recognizable to us, familiar, in its plainness and with its non-event-character. Due to those alleged properties it is a world that gets all too willingly labeled boring and banal.

Keyhole by Erwin Olaf

This is what you see when peering through the keyhole of Erwin Olaf´s installation. A girl in a red coat sitting on the floor. A woman, with her back towards the camera.

Seeking Beauty by Berber Theunissen

Berber Theunissen / These images are powerful and simultaneously stilled by the simplicity of their composition, their spherical colors, cuts, depth, claire-obscure, close cased shadows and overexposed segments.

Africa by Timo Heiny

I try to hold tight on my photographs what I felt during my journeys, the intuition of a nativeness. Maybe it is the mystical idea from the beginning of humans, an original relationship between human and nature

A Nobel´s Mess by Wiebke Bosse

Wiebke Bosse is always looking for unseen, ephemeral moments and situations.At the Cercle Suédois during Paris fashion week, she had the incredible chance of shooting in the inspirational mess inside Alfred Nobel’s former office.

Jakob Tuggener ; Machine Age

Winterthur (Oct 21 to Jan 28, 2018) Jakob Tuggener is one of the exceptional figures in Swiss photography. His personal and highly expressive photographs of boisterous parties given by the upper social classes are legendary.

New York by Manuel Armenis

Cities, like people, have a personality. It is this personality that makes them unique and distinguishable. It might help us to read and comprehend a city or we might get challenged, confused or overwhelmed by it.

Enduring Srebrenica by Claudia Heinermann

22 years ago, Srebrenica (UN-protected) was attacked and captured by the Army of Republika Srpska under Ratko Mladić. Following the town’s capture, all the men “of fighting age” who fell into Bosnian Serb hands were massacred in a systematically organized series of summary executions.

Zona de Alb by Gilles Mercier

In 1999 I took a path leading away from the main road that followed the Da- nube Delta. Passing through a gate, I found myself within a group of anachro- nistic buildings, attracted by the energy they seemed to emanate. 

Sandra by Anna Ajtner

I started my education in this field in the years 1989 – 1993 at the State High School of Fine Arts in Bydgoszcz and I gained there the title of technician of art

Robert Rutöd: Fair(y) Tales

An expedition through the grotesque realm of must-haves and mega-trends. It seems as if there is a constant factor amidst the diversity of our dreams: The longing for a heavenly life, the hope for permanent feeling of happiness.

World Press Photo 2017

Vienna (15 Sep – 22 Oct 2017) Autumn in Vienna is the season of World Press Photo. As the Photo of the Year the jury of the 60th annual Photo Contest selected an image by Turkish photographer Burhan Ozbilici

Scroll down by Damien Berney

Every minute 1 920 000 photos are taken in the world. Every minute 527 760 photos are shared on Snapchat. Every minute 347 222 photos are shared on WhatsApp. Every minute 243 055 photos are shared on Facebook. 

Anatomy of a photograph by Annick Donkers

I wanted to include a series of portraits showing the wrestlers after the match with all the marks left and blood due to injuries during the match. This particular picture was taken when on tour at the Arena in Queretaro. In the picture is Mexican wrestler Sharlie Rockstar.