A Q&A with Sergey Melnitchenko about his series documenting the offstage happenings of erotic dancers in China.
Prideaux approaches photography with a minimalist perspective; finding beauty in the minute details and the little things.
Family Familiar is a series of photographs taken by Viking’s family members, none of whom have worked professionally with photography.
“It’s Christmas but Cuba doesn’t care.”
Koçak’s latest series, Mid Anatol, is an inquiry into the aesthetics and social dynamics of Çankırı, Ankara and Yozgat in Middle Anatolia, Turkey.
I want to preserve what is otherwise lost forever; time. Photography helps me create a sense of peace within my chaotic being.
A collection of photos taken in Petaluma, California, some fifty miles north of San Francisco.
Opening at the Alchemy Bottle Shop (3256 Grand Ave, Oakland) on Jan. 20, 2017, 5-7 PM.
Kostas Kapsianis explores the Greek countryside, contemplating matters of rural identity and belonging, in the photo-documentary “A Common Story”
George Voronov’s series No Pasa Nada and Moto documents the photographer’s travels in Central America and in Vietnam.