• Jordan Weitzman / A First Exhibition

    Through portraits of friends, lovers and family, Montreal photographer Jordan Weitzman creates a personal and multi-layered record of his intimacy with others. In these photographs, we see him […]

  • Ian Ruhter / Silver & Light

    This project was created with the same spirit that America was founded on. Our intentions are to connect everyone in america through the lens of this camera and social networking sites. […]

  • Brandon Thibodeaux / When Morning Comes

    This video project is a representation of my ongoing project entitled When Morning Comes. It is a reflection of life in the Mississippi Delta and a testament to the dignity and grace of those souls […]

  • J A Mortram / Small Town Inertia

    I’ve followed the lives of several people within a 3 mile radius of the Market Town where I live in Dereham, East Anglia for the past 3 years. […]

  • Alain Laboile / Street Family

    I’m a father of six. My chidren are my subject. It’s a limitless subject. I just have to look… children are creative… you just need to be there waiting for things to happen in the frame and click. […]

  • A Conversation with Roger Ballen

    A conversation between Roger Ballen and Eva Wollenberg.

  • Arimin Karami / A Public Hanging

    EXPLICIT CONTENT: may not be suitable for all audiences. A man is hanged after being convicted of killing four members of a family, in Qazvin, about 80 miles (130 kilometers) northwest of the capital Tehran, Iran.

  • Filippo Mutani / Girls From Kiev

    Filippo Mutani started his professional photography in 2008, after more than ten years working for advertising. After joining Grazia Neri agency in Milan, in 2009 he became a worldwide […]

  • Luca Desienna / My Dearest Javanese Concubine

    EXPLICIT CONTENT: may not be suitable for all audiences. One of the most controversial love story ever told… the story of Tira and Gunawan. Tira was a pre-op 48 years old transgender disfigured […]

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Meryem Yildiz / The Liminal

“The liminal: it’s what keeps me alive, it’s what stimulates me. It’s what makes my heart beat in that musical cadence well-known to the pink-cheeked. It’s those border moments where emerging dimensions […]

03/26/12 • Portfolio

Tomeu Coll / Badlands

The lands surrounding the place where I live most of the time are full of hidden mysteries. I started to photograph these mysteries many years ago without any idea in my mind, just for the pleasure to do it. […]

03/20/12 • Essay

Sofía López Mañán / Anonymous

Sofía López Mañán was born in Argentina in 1982 and holds degrees in fine arts, photojournalism and direction of photography. Her work is focused in intimate stories that develop identity issues. In some cases work […]

03/16/12 • Essay

Olivier Pin-Fat / Dead Light

“We have never been confronted by such images, which are so direct, so devoid of romanticism and yet so sensitive at the same time. Pin-Fat presents his work in gigantic albums, which refer more to the format […]

03/10/12 • Essay

Eva Wollenberg / Seismogram

Thrust out your tongue as snakes do to better feel presence flash your emotions and then recoil in case of war. Only the beloved sanctifies you but these are pleasures people mustn’t get to know about in case of war. […]

03/05/12 • One Shot

Kim Thue / Dead Traffic

Despite Sierra Leone being renowned for its brutal civil war, I didn’t have a hidden political agenda, a specific humanitarian issue or even a clear story in mind whilst making this work. I went to Freetown, not as a photojournalist, […]

02/22/12 • Essay

Marco Vernaschi / Biophilia

Marco Vernaschi is an Italian photographer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His previous work, Placebo was exhibited in 2011 at 54th Venice Biennale, and will […]

02/14/12 • Essay

Sion Fullana / The Island Within

As a man who was born on a Mediterranean island, for which my own curiosity had outgrown, I found myself arriving in Manhattan… this new and bigger island, in 2006. This fulfilled my childhood […]

01/29/12 • Portfolio

Chris Bickford / After the Storm

Chris just wrapped up shooting an expanded version of After the Storm, which will be published in the summer of 2012. It will include over 100 photographs, plus a portrait gallery […]

01/15/12 • One Shot