Ramírez-Suassi’s work occupies an ambiguous position somewhere between portraiture and social landscape, involving multiple visits to the same locations to observe the change year after year.
Contemporary fashion platform ‘Acreati’ creates unique visual stories by pairing their designers with photography and fine art.
An explorative investigation into rural land-use, and the relationship between people and their natural or lived environments.
Benedetta Ristori’s analogue approach to photographing pre-fabricated socialist structures offers a haunting and blunt look at life more than two decades after the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Photographer Sanja Marusic’s color-saturated dreamscapes were photographed in six different countries over the course of two years.
Photographer duo Ilka & Franz, set designer Vicky Lees, and sculptor Zuza Mengham collaborated to interpret Laboratory Perfumes’ scents into a visual format.
I tried to capture here what I consider as the last breaths of classic tourism. As our traveling manners had radically changed these last years, these representations of tourism’s old era now seem like relics: a new status which allows them to be, I think, aesthetically reconsidered.
Photographer Dan Mariner returns to a drilling town in Pennsylvania where the oil industry once exploited the landscape, to document nature’s incredible regenerative power.
Dia Takacsova’s series The Longest Day captures the rugged beauty of the Arctic landscape, in one of the world’s northernmost inhabited areas.
The urban structures that we saw while travelling became abstract pictorial compositions.
“These homes, where life actually happens, are to me the most poetic portraits you can get from a person.”