It is somehow complex to translate “Abaixa que é tiro”, the title of the latest series of Camila Falcão (b. 1977, Brazil). It is a reference to the reactions of the portrayed and their friends, who started commenting 'Abaixa que é tiro!', celebrating their bodies exposed on social media. The expression is used widely among…
Passionate with people and their stories, Sandra Mickiewicz (b. 1992, Poland) traces various communities and by gaining their trust, portrays their unique lifestyles and collective engagements.
In ‘Maternal Sheet’, Lindley Warren Mickunas is reflecting on the complexity of parent-child relationships and the conceptual weight of carrying the past.
In 2013, Damian Heinisch travelled from Oslo to Ukraine by train to follow the journeys once taken by his relatives.
Josef Koudelka's newest monograph ‘Ruins’ (published by Thames & Hudson), is a grand overview of Koudelka’s photographs captured throughout the Mediterranean in the span of twenty-eight years.
'Perfect Day' by Txema Salvans is a study of humanity’s stubbornness in the face of industrialisation and the destruction of its natural habitats.