DnaEuropeInside camera bag of Fallckolm Cuenca

1 day ago 5 min 862
Photography was a conscious choice. I really wish there was more magic to it. I had just completed my master’s degree in international law and was struggling with unemployment.

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1 day ago 5 min 634
My work explores the landscape and the natural forces that animate it. I am attempting to show something beyond the appearances; the experience of the observer in the landscape.

B&WEuropeStoryLiving on water by Steff Gruber

2 days ago 3 min 779
The Tonle Sap Lake near Siem Reap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It’s one of the richest inland fishing grounds in the world and home to over one million people.

B&WConceptEuropeWrite a poem of silence by Carmelita Iezzi

6 days ago 4 min 1111
"Write a poem of silence" is a metaphor expressed in photography with light and shadow. Silence is sometimes more deafening than words, a silence made into a poem of light, dedicated to the feminine, to the laceration of the soul, to that deafening void left by words that have never been spoken.
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Inside camera bag of Fallckolm Cuenca

DnaEuropeInside camera bag of Fallckolm Cuenca

Photography was a conscious choice. I really wish there was more magic to it. I had just completed my master’s degree in international law and was struggling with unemployment.
5 min 862
Horizontal displacement by Ole Brodersen

BioEuropeHorizontal displacement by Ole Brodersen

My work explores the landscape and the natural forces that animate it. I am attempting to show something beyond the appearances; the experience of the observer in the landscape.
5 min 634
Living on water by Steff Gruber

B&WEuropeStoryLiving on water by Steff Gruber

The Tonle Sap Lake near Siem Reap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It’s one of the richest inland fishing grounds in the world and home to over one million people.
3 min 779
Write a poem of silence by Carmelita Iezzi

B&WConceptEuropeWrite a poem of silence by Carmelita Iezzi

"Write a poem of silence" is a metaphor expressed in photography with light and shadow. Silence is sometimes more deafening than words, a silence made into a poem of light, dedicated to the feminine, to the laceration of the soul, to that deafening void left by words that have never been spoken.
4 min 1111
Surrealism photography; Sonja Hesslow

ConceptEuropeSurrealism photography; Sonja Hesslow

Sonja Hesslow was born in 1988 in Sweden. In her newest pictures, she explores the interaction between darkness and light. She uses a method called “light painting”.
3 min 1029
Anatomy of a photograph by Christophe Vermare

DnaEuropeAnatomy of a photograph by Christophe Vermare

When underwater, many challenges add up. Holding its breath is challenging when you need to focus, check details into the frame, be sure to catch this « perfect » instant. I get so excited when the body conforms to better exist with in this environment I love it so much.
3 min 935
The reticule by Xenia Fedorova

ConceptEuropeThe reticule by Xenia Fedorova

My grandmother Antonina had passed away a long time before I was born. Mom has kept her leather reticule with all its contents. I wanted to write a letter to my grandmother, to share with her what happened in the life of her relatives after her belongings sunk into oblivion at the bottom of the bag.
4 min 933
Marta Pareja; Le musée vivant

B&WEuropeStoryMarta Pareja; Le musée vivant

When I began to explore the small communites from La Sarthe (a french region), of no more than 3,000 inhabitants each, I took on the attude of a stroller: someone who wanders aimlessly, letng herself be carried away by intuiton.
5 min 1064
Inside camera bag of Svetlin Yosifov

DnaEuropeInside camera bag of Svetlin Yosifov

I like high-end backpacks and one of the important things is that it is comfortable to carry and fits on my back. There are days when I don't have to take it off my back for hours.
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Cinematic narrative: A need a face by Cristina Rizzi

ConceptEuropeCinematic narrative: A need a face by Cristina Rizzi

I approached photography by chance, I wanted to give "life" to the things I wrote, in the end I preferred it to writing.Selfies have become a storytelling tool, simple and immediate, but full of meaning.
3 min 1045
Microcosmic Portraits Of The Little Earthlings by Irina Petrova

BioEuropeMicrocosmic Portraits Of The Little Earthlings by Irina Petrova

My project "Microcosmic Portraits Of The Little Earthlings" holds a special place in my life. This project is a series of macro portraits of insects taken with two retro manual focus lenses, manufactured in 1982, connected by a filter ring adapter.
4 min 945
Suspended by Claudia Orsetti

EuropeStorySuspended by Claudia Orsetti

That feeling of immobility, a sense of stillness, idleness. No motion, but there was just a second before and there will be just one after.
5 min 1049
Schlagermove by Heiko Römisch

EuropeStorySchlagermove by Heiko Römisch

In the german City Hamburg many events take place every year, in which also a lot of visitors take part, who travel especially for this purpose. One of these events is the "Schlagermove" ("Hit song-Move").
3 min 1134
Mountains Bleach by Sandro Livio Straube

EuropeStoryMountains Bleach by Sandro Livio Straube

It's about the idea of escaping from density and saturation in order to feel time and slowness again.“ “Berge bleichen” or “Mountains Bleach” takes place in the small valley "Val Lumnezia" in the Swiss Graubünden.
3 min 1260
Son of a dog by Giuliano Reggiani

B&WEuropeNudeSon of a dog by Giuliano Reggiani

The idea for this portfolio was born one day a few years ago, while I was in the bar of the small town where I live, when I heard some elderly people pointing out a man who had just entered with the nickname "figlio di un cane". 
2 min 1570
Robert Frank: Memories

EuropeNewsRobert Frank: Memories

Robert Frank, who was born in Zurich in 1924 and died last year in Canada, is widely regarded as one of the most important photographers of our time.
2 min 922
Oh India by Thomas James Parrish

EuropeStoryOh India by Thomas James Parrish

Thomas James Parrish present Oh India, a fundraising photography project. In 2016 Thomas travelled across India on a documentary-travel photography project, working in places such as Darjeeling, Nubra Valley and Leh Ladakh.
4 min 1599
Looking for my mother by Elena Liventseva

ConceptEuropeLooking for my mother by Elena Liventseva

My project is about closeness with mom. In my childhood, my mother almost never was near. First because of her second marriage, then because of her alcoholism. And then she completely disappeared. 
4 min 1190
René Groebli: Platin Palladium Prints 1946 – 2006

EuropeNewsRené Groebli: Platin Palladium Prints 1946 – 2006

The exhibition “René Groebli – Platinum Palladium Prints” introduces the viewer to the exciting work of Groebli with pictures that were created using the noblest, most stable and most exclusive process. Each enlargement is unique. Such a print loses none of its intensity over time and is not permanently damaged by exposure to light. The shades of gray are many times richer and so fine compared to the silver gelatin prints that even in dark...
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Office view by Stefanos Kouratzis

B&WConceptEuropeOffice view by Stefanos Kouratzis

For years, next door football pitch although teams and track athletes used it for practice, it was in an overall decline. Yet, because it was a very familiar space
4 min 1079
Nude photography; The Library by Florin Ion Firimita

EuropeNudeNude photography; The Library by Florin Ion Firimita

Photography doesn’t have to be documentary in the political sense; it could document our inner labyrinths as well.
9 min 2566
Nenad Šaljić: DeVOID 2020

EuropeNewsNenad Šaljić: DeVOID 2020

NENAD ŠALJIĆ was born 1961 in Croatia. He is a Zermatt-Switzerland based photographic artist. The DeVoid is Šaljić’s fourth artist book (photographs were taken between 2010 and 2018)
2 min 1105
Marine Species by Wesley Dombrecht

ConceptEuropeFeaturedMarine Species by Wesley Dombrecht

The idea for the series ‘Marine Species’ started with my fascination for the sea, water and everything that lives in it. In this series I want to give the viewer a different look at a variety off sea life, that has been portrayed in a very aesthetic way, minimalistic, where the focus is on the subject, with a playful link incorporated in it.
2 min 1287
Street Photography by Stephane Navailles

CityEuropeStreet Photography by Stephane Navailles

My pleasure is to play with light while remaining in the shade. Perspective curves take on a particular relief. Use the ordinary geometry of the street to grind it and transform it into a "work of art".
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Germinating by Wesley Dombrecht

ConceptEuropeGerminating by Wesley Dombrecht

The idea started with a fascination for the germinating process of dried beans. In this series I want to give the viewer a different look at a product, which they usually see as just a dried product to cook with
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Metro Stations; Unearthed by Pygmalion Karatzas

EuropeStoryMetro Stations; Unearthed by Pygmalion Karatzas

Photographic series from the Metro Stations in Athens and Thessaloniki during their construction by Pygmalion Karatzas. Commissioned by Attiko Metro and the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
5 min 1179
Passion for cinema; Wakaliwood by Erberto Zani

EuropeStoryPassion for cinema; Wakaliwood by Erberto Zani

Wakaliwood is a dream of a young man that cames real. Twenty years ago, Isaac Nabwana was a young student with a very deep passion for cinema.
4 min 1263
Sole Harlem by Louise Amelie & Aljaž Fuis

CityEuropeSole Harlem by Louise Amelie & Aljaž Fuis

The one and only, unique and pure – just Harlem, and nothing else. The title introduces Harlem as a magical place of longing that only works and lives within, and cannot carry its characteristics to the outside world.
5 min 1504
Festival images Vevey 2020

EuropeNewsFestival images Vevey 2020

Following latest information issued by the Federal Council, Images Vevey is thrilled to announce that the 2020 edition of its visual arts biennial will take place from 5th to 27th September, pending how the current health situation evolves on an international scale. For the theme of this edition, “Unexpected. Le hasard des choses”, Festival Images Vevey will present near fifty astounding photographic installations, outdoors in the streets, on buildings and in Vevey’s parks, as well...
2 min 1117
Culture of confrontation by Maxim Dondyuk

EuropeStoryCulture of confrontation by Maxim Dondyuk

Culture of confrontation speaks to the turning point in the history of Ukraine, that touched the whole world, the Ukrainian revolution of 2013-14.
6 min 1303
Tokyo; Suits of kabukicho by Rokas Jankus

CityEuropeFeaturedTokyo; Suits of kabukicho by Rokas Jankus

By dusk, the streets of this endless seeming city are being roamed by 'suits'. Its a known, yet overlooked phenomenon. Hungry for bowls of ramen, raw tuna, cold sake out of cans and women, they're being delivered by red taxis to amusement miles in Shinjuku,
3 min 1481
Growth by Alicia Lehmann

BioEuropeGrowth by Alicia Lehmann

“Growth” brings a photographic series in which flowers are the main element. There are also leaves, tree or plant’s branches and fruits among flowers and on the floor, even if they are not seen. 
3 min 1400
Magical macro world by Georgi Georgiev

BioEuropeFeaturedMagical macro world by Georgi Georgiev

I love street and travel photography but my big passion is macro photography. I am spending all the time i have in nature, capturing the amazing macro world.
3 min 2205
Neither Horse nor Tiger by Alnis Stakle

EuropeStoryNeither Horse nor Tiger by Alnis Stakle

How does one tells about a place that only exists in imagination? Everything there seems to be just like everywhere else – estranged high-rise neighbourhoods
5 min 1150
New York City² by Rokas Jankus

CityEuropeFeaturedNew York City² by Rokas Jankus

A lot of the people seemed somehow lost to me, either geographically, mentally or even physically. It’s that second before they recognise you, taking the picture, somehow giving you an intimate moment with a person you never gonna see again in your life.
3 min 1648
Commemoriazione by Sonia Fattori

EuropeStoryCommemoriazione by Sonia Fattori

03 October - Day in remembrance of the victims of immigration The survivors of 3 October 2013 arrive in Lampedusa from all over Europe. They return to the place and day when their lives changed.
3 min 2426
Masticating Masters by Gary Sheridan

EuropeNudeMasticating Masters by Gary Sheridan

This series alludes to religious iconography and makes direct reference to paintings by the Old Masters - Fuseli, Velazquez, Caravaggio, and Jacques-Louis David. Deconstructing and reconstructing the references and metaphors adding layers of meaning, guiding the spectator to a less ambiguous reading.
3 min 3845
120×30 by Giuliano Reggiani

EuropeStory120×30 by Giuliano Reggiani

An economic/social revolution, which mostly took place in the second half of the last century, led to the abandonment of an agricultural model in favour of a predominantly industrial one.
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Thuis by Susanne Middelberg

EuropeFeaturedNudeShotThuis by Susanne Middelberg

“Thuis” is the Dutch translation for “Home”. “Thuis" for me stands literally for “home", but also for the feeling of being at home in my life and in my body.
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B&WCityEuropeOn the streets of solitude by Michael Nguyen

Who says, streets are our most social lively spaces? Maybe. But they are also places of broken dreams, of empty selves, of collective solitude.
4 min 2640
Journey to the edge of the room by Natalia Ershova

ConceptEuropeJourney to the edge of the room by Natalia Ershova

Journey to the edge of the room The heroes of my project are people, who barely ever leave their home. Many of them work at home, others are sponsored by their relatives.
2 min 1311
Artistic nude; Lemnviu by Moga Alexandru

B&WEuropeFeaturedNudeArtistic nude; Lemnviu by Moga Alexandru

LEMNVIU is the result and manifestation of all this process to understand the sculptures and the artistic vibe of the 80s. The human character in the photos mimics the theme of the sculpture as we know it now, using the body’s expressive means
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Colors urbans by Victor Enrich

CityEuropeColors urbans by Victor Enrich

Does the world exist because we perceive it or is it that we perceive the world because it exists instead? What is the ‘a priori’ of all things, the origin, the starting point, if there were any?
4 min 1347
The Isolation Diary by Gavin Smart

EuropeStoryThe Isolation Diary by Gavin Smart

The Isolation Diary is a gentle meditation on mental health and the value of human companionship amid the COVID-19 crisis. The concept of this project is to share a very intimate and personal reflection on the long-term effects of a traumatic societal event such as the recent worldwide pandemic.
6 min 1377
Thread from the world by Andy Go

EuropeStoryThread from the world by Andy Go

During the quarantine, London-based photographer Andy Go conducted 71 remote photo shoots in 52 cities and 34 countries. I started it in April, after a month of sitting at home, taking numerous photos of my wife, and developing films manually for the first time.
6 min 1775
Interview with Seb Agnew; Published in our print edition #12

DnaEuropeInterview with Seb Agnew; Published in our print edition #12

Seb Agnew (born 1986) is an award-winning photo artist based in Hamburg, Germany. Within staged images, he creates hyperrealistic sceneries which explore the human psyche and our modern society. Set design, lighting and composition play a major role in his photographic work. Seb loves cinematic and mysterious settings as well as moments of disorientation and lonesome reflection. Depending on the concept, he transforms whole rooms or builds his locations completely as miniature sets in which...
9 min 1391
Looking Out from Within by Julia Fullerton-Batten

ConceptEuropeFeaturedLooking Out from Within by Julia Fullerton-Batten

During the days prior to the pandemic I was ultra-busy planning a photographic shoot with a large team of people, assistants, stylists, hair and make-up team, prop stylists, set designers etc.
35 min 1726
37,4° A photographic project of Carlo Pettinelli

EuropeStory37,4° A photographic project of Carlo Pettinelli

At 37.5 ° you enter the anti-Covid-19 control field (you cannot enter the workplace and in all those places where the temperature control at the entrance is in force).
3 min 1428
La boda by Mariagrazia Beruffi

EuropeStoryLa boda by Mariagrazia Beruffi

Weddings are definitively relevant events among the Spanish families. They represent a sort of “ climax” in everybody’s life because during the celebrations what is normally hidden by the daily routine is suddenlyrevealed and amplified.
3 min 1818
Giorgio Di Maio; The Hidden Harmony

ConceptEuropeGiorgio Di Maio; The Hidden Harmony

In the Universe everything changes following a harmonic timeless rule.The happiness consists into be aware of being part of this Harmony, following its own nature to achieve the essence.
9 min 1294
After dark by Ljubica Denkovic

ConceptEuropeAfter dark by Ljubica Denkovic

For Ljubica Denkovic, photography is a space that varies meanings, making them stranger, questioning the known, instilling new senses, playing with aesthetic categories.
3 min 2012
And look at me now by Yana Bulgakova

EuropeNudeAnd look at me now by Yana Bulgakova

In 2019 I started to shoot this story about women who evaluate their bodies every day: how it looks, what size it is, how many scars it has. Who will see them naked, what they will think, what angles look better, which parts of their bodies should be hidden. They worry about their nudity and reaction of people to it. They are used to hide parts of their bodies which “don’t look too good”, even if nobody...
3 min 2352
The Incredible World of Photography

EuropeNewsThe Incredible World of Photography

With the exhibition “The Incredible World of Photography”, the Kunstmuseum Basel celebrates a twofold premiere: the first comprehensive portrait of Ruth and Peter Herzog’s photography collection in Switzerland is also the first presentation at the Kunstmuseum dedicated to the history of photography. A serendipitous flea market find in the 1970s led Ruth and Peter Herzog to begin building what has since grown into a singular photography collection encompassing over 500,000 pictures. The holdings range from...
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Le parole che non ti ho mai detto by Roberto De Mitri

B&WEuropeNudeLe parole che non ti ho mai detto by Roberto De Mitri

The words I never said to you. The words I wanted to say. The unmeaning sense of those words that I never had the opportunity to tell.
5 min 2145
Noorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2020

EuropeNewsNoorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2020

The 27th edition of the Noorderlicht International Photo Festival kick-offs at four locations in Heerenveen and Groningen, the Netherlands. ’Generation Z’ presents work by 36 photographers and filmmakers
1 min 1122
These Are the places that make us by Adrian Saker

EuropeStoryThese Are the places that make us by Adrian Saker

Photography is a vital tool conserving and narrating collective and individual experiences in relation to community, identity and a sense of belonging.
6 min 1278
Afghanistan by Chiara Felmini

EuropeStoryAfghanistan by Chiara Felmini

Entering Afghanistan catapults into another dimension: you enter a sphere where time and people do not belong to anything known.
2 min 1303
Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo 2020

EuropeNewsFestival La Gacilly-Baden Photo 2020

The festival will take place 14 July (French National Holiday) to 26 October 2020 (Austrian National Holiday).
2 min 1295
Dia & sons Blowin´s the wind by Alain Licari

B&WEuropeStoryDia & sons Blowin´s the wind by Alain Licari

Dia & Sons _ Blowin’ in the Wind “Prepared for nothing. Ready for it” Who has ever experienced that feeling of wanting to pack up everything and leave? To slam the door and take the tangent?
5 min 1411

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Layered clouds by Hilde Maassen

ConceptEuropeLayered clouds by Hilde Maassen

Clouds are moving towards the poles and are threatened with extinction. In this photographic research project, I use the, sometimes latent, information from photos to create images that focuses attention on the clouds
3 min 2215
Vivian Maier; Works in Color

EuropeNewsVivian Maier; Works in Color

This spring Foam presents the colourful works of Vivian Maier in the new exhibition Works in Color Mostly known for her black and white photography, Vivian Maier is an icon in American street photography. A genre mainly dominated by photographers such as Robert Frank, Joel Meyerowitz and Lee Friedlander. Maier’s observant eye as an unknown outsider and as a woman makes her work a significant addition to the canon of photography. This exhibition at Foam...
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Grown – Syncope – Epiphany by Seb Agnew

ConceptEuropeGrown – Syncope – Epiphany by Seb Agnew

As an ongoing body of work, the three series Grown, Syncope and Epiphany examine individual stages of human reflection, which are interlinked with one another.
4 min 1390
Stigma by Chiara Felmini

EuropeStoryStigma by Chiara Felmini

In the area of Bhavnagar (region of Gujarat - India) I could go inside some factories where big iron plates (which arrived from the demolition of boats) were cut, melt and transformed in rods. Those rods are then used in reinforced concrete.
2 min 1394
BotaniKa: Climatic change by Gerardo Stübing

BioEuropeBotaniKa: Climatic change by Gerardo Stübing

"BotaniKa: Climatic change” I claim an allegory about climate change and one of its main consequences, the desertification of ecosystems that threatens to destroy a large part of their biodiversity.
4 min 1768
Frankie Boy; Nature is a place with short duration

B&WEuropeNudeFrankie Boy; Nature is a place with short duration

This series of photographs shows the dreams and traumas lost in a distant adolescence spent in a quiet village in the countryside, where was lived in ignorance.
4 min 2047
Timeless woman by Stefano Lunardi

EuropeShotTimeless woman by Stefano Lunardi

Is a project that was created with the intent to represent the feminine form in its entirety and complexity, a task which is so difficult to attain; the women from different historical periods have played a leading role, for better or for worse, and that role is reserved for them conquered or coveted.
2 min 1841
Nude photographs by Martin Zurmühle

B&WEuropeNudeNude photographs by Martin Zurmühle

I am fascinated by the beautiful rooms and the fantastic lighting moods with which I can take stylish nude photographs.
5 min 4949
WanRong, the Last Empress of China by Lisa Powers

EuropeShotWanRong, the Last Empress of China by Lisa Powers

Lisa Powers created a ‘photographic history’ of Empress WanRong after she learned of her short, tragic life. She wanted, through this re-creation, to give WanRong the recognition she never received in life. The last Empress of China was the beautiful and Western educated WanRong who was selected (against her will) to marry Emperor PuYi when she was just 16. PuYi selected his bride from photographs of eligible young girls. The photographs that were presented to...
7 min 2531
9 years, 9 months by Dejan Mijović

B&WEuropeStory9 years, 9 months by Dejan Mijović

My wife and I were trying to conceive our first child for more than 9 years. I had an accident 10 years ago and ended up quadriplegic.
4 min 1424
Aral Sea by Iulia Galushina

EuropeStoryAral Sea by Iulia Galushina

Half of the century ago a sea disappeared from the face of the Earth. Cotton plants drunk the sea up. Old sailors still remember how they used to provide fish for the entire Soviet Union and how weddings have taken place on the ships.
4 min 1978
Fear Hidden in a Box by Alexander Lubomirskiy

ConceptEuropeFear Hidden in a Box by Alexander Lubomirskiy

When I am afraid or feel that I am on edge, I leave for the world of fantasy. Closing my eyes, I seem to go out of my body and move as far away from myself as possible, to the place where I feel no pain or fear.
3 min 2970
Connection by Zuzu Valla

EuropeShotConnection by Zuzu Valla

I first met the lovely designer Anvita Sharma, from Two Point Two, the day after her show at London Fashion Week. We clicked immediately and wanted to work together as well as with Barnes Twins.
4 min 2425
Tales of Moldova by Seigar

EuropeStoryTales of Moldova by Seigar

This photo-narrative street photography series aims to piece together the puzzle of the Moldavian identity and culture. From its Soviet Union symbols and history, to its flirty adaptation to the western civilisation, there is an unsolved enigma about this country.
4 min 1320
Lumen prints by Žilvinas Kropas, Aušra Kropienė & Mėta Kropaitė

ConceptEuropeLumen prints by Žilvinas Kropas, Aušra Kropienė & Mėta Kropaitė

The photography of the 21st century is still able to surprise us. The mass of images that land on our screens every day is so enormous that twenty-four hours would probably not be enough to count them.
7 min 1887
Interview with Ovi D.Pop; Published in our print edition #11

DnaEuropeInterview with Ovi D.Pop; Published in our print edition #11

I am a very visual person; I have always been. I believe the human form and especially the female form is most fascinating and worth exploring in photography. However, I don`t like to be conventional and I believe that rendering it in a traditional manner in a photo is unsatisfying.
6 min 1716
Lavapiés ; A gentrification story by Andrea Ratto

CityEuropeLavapiés ; A gentrification story by Andrea Ratto

Lavapiés is a neighborhood in Madrid and it is not just any neighborhood. Its history tells us about a place of working-class tradition, which was previously a place of reception for immigrant labor from the rest of Spain,
5 min 2185
Upper East Side Story by Alain Schroeder

EuropeShotUpper East Side Story by Alain Schroeder

White glove-buildings, designer boutiques, Museum Mile and ladies who lunch are some of the images associated with Manhattan’s Upper East Side (UES).
4 min 1755
Bizarre portraits of food by Gregoris Mentzas

B&WConceptEuropeBizarre portraits of food by Gregoris Mentzas

This portfolio is an experiment to try and see everyday ordinary items with a fresh eye. It focuses on the most familiar items around the house: food. Apples, mushrooms, broccoli, almonds, pepper, pistachio and walnuts are the models.  Sometimes the characteristics of these small, mundane and unexciting objects of everyday life are overlooked or neglected. It was their undervalued and overlooked visual attributes that attracted me.  My goal was to create images that look as...
2 min 1716
With hand and heart by Joachim Michael Feigl

EuropeStoryWith hand and heart by Joachim Michael Feigl

The pictures of this series show people who have rare, special or unusual professions.Many professions have a long tradition and yet are in danger of disappearing in the next few years.
3 min 1389
Lomisoba – A feast of many meanings by Fallckolm Cuenca

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryLomisoba – A feast of many meanings by Fallckolm Cuenca

North, on the military road, about 100 km from Tbilisi, one finds the epicentre of a yearly manifestation of human faith. It takes place on the slopes the Caucus and is an ode to an arduous journey of shared history and religious devotion.
4 min 2016
The murky corners of the human soul by Alex Lobo

B&WConceptEuropeThe murky corners of the human soul by Alex Lobo

Art is for me a way of transforming reality with an expressive purpose. My favourite artworks are those that use the expressive tools of the chosen media form (in this case, photography) to materialize a very subjective vision of the human experience
4 min 1401
Landscape photography by Jeroen Lagerwerf

BioEuropeFeaturedLandscape photography by Jeroen Lagerwerf

Because of my short career as photographer, my portfolio is mainly practice material and shot close to my home. Finding the beauty in things you see every day, requires me to see things in a different perspective and develop myself.
3 min 1960
Portraits by Susanne Middelberg

EuropeShotPortraits by Susanne Middelberg

In my portraits I am looking for honesty and vulnerability. I believe that vulnerability makes us nicer human beings and that this makes the world a little more friendly and more understanding.
2 min 1940
Curiouser and Curiouser by Vicky Martin

ConceptEuropeFeaturedCuriouser and Curiouser by Vicky Martin

Curiouser and Curiouser is a conceptual series of photographs influenced by the story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. I was inspired to create this series from personally identifying with the theme of not belonging that features prominently in Alice’s narrative.
4 min 2549
Antonis Giakoumakis ; Redefined Moments……

B&WEuropeAntonis Giakoumakis ; Redefined Moments……

The photo captures a scene in real time. But at the time of taking, some aspects were invisible or were not noticed or evaluated.
4 min 1609
Happy Kids by De Westelinck Smith

EuropeFeaturedShotHappy Kids by De Westelinck Smith

This serie is about well dressed kids who seem to live in an decade some time before ours. Mostly they are emotionless with hint of melancholy, put into a scenery that often feels different.
3 min 2173
From my window by Ignacio Santana

B&WEuropeFrom my window by Ignacio Santana

From my window Is not easy. When you are used to travelling, going out with your friends, exercising, bathing on the beach, having a drink on a terrace, etc., that is, when you are used to living...change that is not easy so thanks for stay home! 
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Interview with Joxe Inazio Kuesta; Published in our print edition #11

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The last tide by Marco Campi

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Last November Venice experienced the second highest tide in recorded history. Looking at the top 10 tides, we see that five have occurred in the past 20 years and the frequency of exceptional tidal flooding above 110 cm have ramped up dramatically through the years.
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Translations by Véronique L’hoste

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This series documents the incongruous behavior between man and the environment in Sumatra. On the one hand, humans destroy virgin forests wounding and killing animals, while on the other, they do everything possible to save them.
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Transfer by Michał Konrad

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Songs of the past by Sasha Velichko

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The North of Russia abounds with history, folklore and mythology. Seclusion of these lands from the central regions had a substancial impact on how people save and cherish their artistic and folk heritage from the old days.
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Annapurna Circuit by Adele Akhunova

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Sometimes it seems that the time flows according to the clock, but actually all those figures and clock hands do not have anything in common with the time.
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For me creating still life compositions is a form of self-exploration. The creating process is an intriguing and almost devotional journey through my mind. Through predilections in aesthetic decisions such as subject matter, color and composition the work reflects who I am, where I come from and what I have experienced.
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Human Waste III by Beatriz Glez Sa

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What would we do if our only home, the only place that we can live in, would be invaded with unknown materials that we have neither the instinctive knowledge nor genetic information passed by prior generations for avoiding it or use any already build defence mechanism?
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Foreign Landscape by Dawid Zieliński

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4 min 1519
Moving Ghosts by Melting Giraffe

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A psychedelic Easter by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

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The icy winds of change cut through me as I find myself in shoes that pinch my toes. The rye-grass skin of the earth offered a soft comfort. My frozen skin prays for the sun to peek through the gloomy clouds to kiss the land with warmth. However, the winds never give the chance.
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ISSUE #14

SEPTEMBER 2020

PUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHERS:VICKY MARTIN | RYOTARO HORIUCHI | SUSANNE MILDEELBERG

DIEGO BARDEONE | NICKY HAMILTON | ALAIN SCHROEDER

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