Hands of Tokyo by Caroline Grimprel

In the Tokyo subway, all the seats are placed along the sides of the passenger cars, leaving the central space for standing. High handles placed directly above the seats allow standing passengers to face those seated without the risk of falling on them.

Women in Kyrgyzstan by Anna Biret

Observing people and their way of life while traveling is indeed an intriguing experience. In the case of Kyrgyzstan, the country boasts a well-organized public transportation system, with an extensive network of private minibuses and regular buses

Solar Recordings of Phone Calls with Family Members, Friends, and Scammers by Bart Urbanski

The length of the exposure causes the film to solarize, turning the sun's path into a dark, vaguely extraterrestrial streak cleaving across the sky in each frame. The exact time of each exposure is dictated by the duration of specific phone calls, allowing inferences to be made about the nature of the relationship and conversation that each photograph records.

Nomadism by Guillaume Holzer: Exploring Freedom and Identity Through Art

This series is an exploration of nomadism and freedom, it is also the synthesis of 8 years of life in Indonesia with the “sea nomads” when I devoted my time to coral conservation with these communities. It serves as a journey into the relationship between place, mobility and identity, inviting the reader to journey through the perspectives of nomadism through the history of the Bajau and Bugis communities.

Whether Every Tree’s Birthday Falls In the Spring by Geyujing Shen

Geyujing Shen was born in a small city in Zhejiang, China, where the subtropical climate has brought evergreen tree species everywhere, bringing economic benefits and maintaining the local ecology, but people are mostly oblivious to their presence

Tumble by Osamu Yokonami: Exploring Identity and Cultural Homogeneity

A few tenths of a second one spends rolling is a moment beyond our control. This is the moment when each individuality emerges, whether it’s a character, a gift, or a result of hard work (although one might not consider denguri-gaeri as hard work).

Memories of Dust: Exploring Traditional Masculinity Through the Lens of Photographer Alex Bex

Memories of Dust is a long-term project documenting traditional masculinity in my home state of Texas. I examine the cowboy, a classic male icon shaped by visual media, and its influence in society today.

The red purse by Jacque Rupp

The Red Purse tells a story of transition, of rebuilding. The project grew from a journey, my journey, of navigating through—and beyond-- the darkness and uncertainty of young widowhood.

The Gorgeous: Transforming Voice and Visual Art by Pauline Thomas

In 2007, I embarked on a journey to liberate my voice through singing lessons, seeking to free not just the sound but also my expression. This path quickly took an unexpected turn when, after a particularly discouraging class, I turned to my camera as a tool for introspection.

They have gone by Lorenzo Vitali

This work stems from my personal desire to explore the emotional-affective relationship that has long linked me to the landscape of Eastern Veneto, more specifically that of the lower Piave, characterized, among other things, by the presence of a particular type of architecture, that of the so-called farmhouses, which form a fundamental and integral part.
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