Yoshinori Mizutani: Sakura

Yoshinori Mizutani’s (*1987, Japan) works suggest new expressive possibilities that mix the domestic traditions of personal and street photography with those of foreign conceptual photography.

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Michele Sibiloni: Nsenene

Michele Sibiloni (born in 1981) is an Italian photographer and videographer. Nsenene Republic is his ongoing project about grasshopper hunting in Uganda.

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Olivia Lavergne: Jungles

Since 2011, Olivia Lavergne has been working on the perception and metamorphosis of landscapes, both artificial and natural. In her latest work she has explored the mythical dimension of forests, playing with themes of storytelling and ethnographical research.

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Mattia Parodi & Piergiorgio Sorgetti – The Missing Eye

The main idea of the project by Mattia Parodi & Piergiorgio Sorgetti was about an eye-object capable of processing images anyway, as much as blind people process visual images in their dreams, coming from an inborn visual memory.

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About Us. Young Photography in China

The publication presents a selection of some 150 works by 40 Chinese artists from the collection of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung. The photographs, in black and white or shown as dramatic presentations in colour, were produced from the 1990s until the present day.

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Mattia Balsamini: In Search of Appropriate Images

Published by Skinnerboox and designed by Think Work Observe, this book started with the quarantine around early March 2020. It felt like an exercise to train the eye, to seek some sort of meaning in the objects, atmospheres and one’s own thoughts.

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Mark Templeton: Ocean Front Property

Ocean Front Property, the new project (photobook + cassette) by Canadian sound artist and photographer Mark Templeton, was co-published by The Ice Plant and Graphical.

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Jaakko Kahilaniemi: 100 hectares of understanding (Kehrer, 2021)

Finland is one of the most forested countries in the world. Almost 75 percent of the country is covered by forests – that’s over 26 million hectares of which Jaakko Kahilaniemi owns 100 hectares. His conceptual project 100 Hectares of Understanding is his attempt to understand the forest area he inherited.

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