A photographic ode to inner struggles and metamorphosis.
How do circus performers live their day to day lives?
A look the hidden side of Las Vegas, one not seen by tourists.
A nostalgic collection of homes that remind the photographer of her childhood doll’s house.
A photography project challenging the single story narrative pushed forward by the media about Ethiopia.
A portrait of Kyrgyzstan, a fledging nation caught between its Soviet past and an uncertain future.
What would a last ride through Miami look like, before the sea engulfs the city?
Kostas Kapsianis explores the Greek countryside, contemplating matters of rural identity and belonging, in the photo-documentary “A Common Story”
This work is based on the ends of rolls of film exposed to light before they can be exposed to the restrictions of subject or composition.
“I attempted to convey the feeling of stepping outside in the morning after a heavy snowstorm, when the sun has just retuned to warm the earth – that precious moment when all the drawings and sculptures of the winter are still visible before they disintegrate.”