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Francesco Merlini: The Flood

By Linda Zhengová
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Weronika Gęsicka: Traces

Weronika Gęsicka: Traces

By Laura Chen

Fascinated by scientific and pseudoscientific theories, Weronika Gęsicka’s (b. 1984, Poland) projects explore mnemonics and various mechanisms concerning human memory and veracity. Fundamental to her practice is archival material, which she sources from the internet. In her series ‘Traces’, Gęsicka presents playful and lively photomontages created with American stock photographs from the 1950s and 60s.

Stephen Gill: A Retrospective

Stephen Gill: A Retrospective

By Laura Chen

Stephen Gill (b. 1971, Bristol) is a British conceptual image maker who mainly draws inspiration from his immediate surroundings and constantly pushes the limits of the photographic medium to catalyze a unique, visual language in which documentary coincides with chance, experimentation and intervention.

Antony Cairns: CTY

Antony Cairns: CTY

by Laura Chen

Antony Cairns (b. 1980) has been taking photographs since the age of 15 and continues finding himself mesmerized by the mysteries of the ever-evolving medium and ever-changing faces of metropolises. His ongoing project ‘CTY’ (an abbreviation of ‘city’) sees the expansion of his oeuvre and is a testimony of his devotion to his subject: urban…


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Cammie Toloui: 5 Dollard for 3 Minutes

Cammie Toloui: 5 Dollard for 3 Minutes

By Linda Zhengová

‘5 Dollars for 3 Minutes’ is one of the latest and perhaps one of the most daring releases by VOID. The artist, Cammie Toloui, known as a member of a feminist punk band Yeastie Girlz, has now compiled a book from a series of images from the 1990s showcasing her experience as a sex worker…

Jamie Hawkesworth: The British Isles

Jamie Hawkesworth: The British Isles

By Laura Chen

Jamie Hawkesworth’s (b. 1987, Suffolk) has become known for his depictions of all that appears simple and mundane — a subject matter that instigated a photographic project which took 13 years to complete: his most recently released work 'The British Isles'.

Francesco Merlini: The Flood

Francesco Merlini: The Flood

By Linda Zhengová

Francesco Merlini (b.1986, Italy) is a Milan-based photographer who focuses on long-term documentary projects that merge the worlds of both photojournalism and the symbolic. Recently, together with VOID, he published a photobook ‘The Flood’, featuring images from Georgia’s capital – Tbilisi. Particularly, his project showcases the story and the impact of the city’s major flooding…