Over twelve years, Thomas Rousset has probed every corner of his family village to create a surrealistic yet tender docufiction of its inhabitants.
Category: Contemporary Photography
Far – Near is a visual journey to the far geographical corners of Europe and to its very center. The four corners are Iceland to the north west, the northern Ural mountains to the north east, the Caucasus to the south east and Portugal to the south west.
Nhu Xuan Hua delved into the power of memories in a piece of work titled “Tropism, Consequences of a Displaced Memory.”
Melody of light is a result of the artist’s six-week stay in Wroclaw – her moving freely among a variety of places and people, themes and contexts.
The publishing project brings together the author’s photographs, paintings and personal archive to bring out the essential elements of her wide-ranging and heterogeneous research.
Harri Pälviranta is a Finnish photographic artist and researcher. At the core of his artistic curiosity are issues relating to violence and masculinity.
Ernst Haas (1921-1986) is acclaimed as one of the most celebrated and influential photographers of the 20th century and considered one of the pioneers of color photography.
Irish artist Richard Mosse’s most ambitious work to date, Broken Spectre, is a powerful response to the devastating and ongoing impact of deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest. It employs a dazzling array of photographic techniques.
Unpublished images by Ursula Schulz-Dornburg capturing the improvised structures of a radical playground built by children in 1960s Amsterdam.
In his new series, Clément Chapillon explores the notion of geographical and mental isolation through an island space in the Aegean Sea.
Between the year 849 and the present, Myanmar has had an astounding 22 capitals, while the seat of government has changed 39 times. Vast Land by Wolfgang Bellwinkel is a photographic study of the country‘s last three capitals: Mandalay (1857–1885), Yangon (1885–2005) and Naypyitaw (since 2005).
Over a period of two years, Tomlinson documented the traditional costumes and masks worn during festivals and celebrations on the islands of the Venetian lagoon, Sicily and Sardinia.