GIAN MARCO SANNA. MALAGROTTA

by Steve Bisson

«I wanted to report a serious environmental discomfort faced by the inhabitants of the area and the whole city of Rome.»

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Italy
02.11.2017

IGOR POSNER. PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

by Steve Bisson

«And then there’s this little camera that inadvertently made me not to go from point A to B, forced me to explore and to keep my eyes open.»

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Russia
23.10.2017

YORGOS KARAILIAS. THERE'S A FRESH BREEZE

by Georges Salameh

«I think that there's a certain need to re-connect the visual content with politics and the social fabric in an active way and in every term, from the conceptual framework to the final communication of the work.»

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Greece
05.10.2017

VARDA CARMELI. PAST-PRESENT

by Irith Gubi

«I submerged myself in long-term projects and evolved through them.»

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Israel
17.09.2017

IVARS GRAVLEJS. DISRUPTING PARADIGMS

by Polina Shubkina

«Even without a camera photographer remains a photographer, it's the way of thinking and perceiving the world. »

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Latvia
08.09.2017

FEDERICO CIAMEI. TRAVEL WITHOUT MOVING

by Rocco Venezia

«It all started in a museum of natural history. I love to wander in those places and I was looking at a diorama of the habitat of some big cat in the Costa Rica Cloud Forest.»

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Italy
22.08.2017

VALENTINA ABENAVOLI

by Rocco Venezia

«One day someone will come across your website and buy one copy of your book, after months. That day you will go to a restaurant to celebrate the selling.»

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Italy
22.06.2017

GREGORY EDDI JONES. IN THE IN-BETWEEN

by Steve Bisson

«Good art is made to reflect the times, and to act as living edifice of the culture in which it is made, so I think that the values of art always reflect broader social values.»

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United States
13.06.2017

RHODY CHAN, LESLIE MONTGOMERY, SHAWN P. GRIFFIN: PLAYING IT STRAIGHT

by Polina Shubkina

«The younger generation of Hong Kongers has a much more open acceptance and understanding of LGBT persons and issues with the rise in travel and their exposure to other countries and cultures where acceptance is the norm.»

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China
10.06.2017

PHILIPPE BRAQUENIER. PALIMPSESTS

by Nathalie Vissers

«My interest is to question our society, I find it more interesting to ask a simple question about a complex topic than the other way around.»

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Belgium
31.05.2017

ROEI GREENBERG. ALONG THE BREAK

by Irith Gubi

«I believe this is due to the fact that the Kibbutz is located right on the border with Lebanon and I grew up at time of an ongoing conflict over that border, which influenced my approach to landscape.»

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Israel
29.05.2017

PAOLO CIREGIA. PERESTROJKA

by Rocco Venezia

«Propaganda extrapolated from its cultural and historical context is no longer "reassuring and positive” but on the contrary, losing the false and arrogant patina that characterises it, reveals the atrocities hidden behind the war.»

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Italy
08.05.2017

KATERINA ZUEVA ON PHOTOBOOK FEST RUSSIA

by Natalya Reznik

« The weirder and stranger a book is, the more interested they will be.»

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Russia
05.05.2017

DEAN C.K. COX: NORTH KOREA AND BEYOND

by Polina Shubkina

«When I was around 10 years old I would join him sometimes in the dark room on the US military base in Germany where he served to see how he processed and developed film and then printed photos.»

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United States
02.05.2017

MAT RAPPAPORT. THE METAPHOR OF PROJECTION

by Steve Bisson

« I am interested in work which excavates, teases, provokes and humanizes complex and difficult topics and the systems in which we find ourselves enmeshed. We have significant challenges as a species, and I’d like to think artists can be part of the response.»

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United States
02.05.2017

LARS ROLFSTED MORTENSEN. IN SEARCH OF HABITAT

by Steve Bisson

«I’m more interested in depicting the physical framework of the city than the social realm itself. I usually photograph areas that are somewhat marginalised or overlooked.»

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Denmark
24.04.2017

THOMAS JORION. VESTIGES D'EMPIRE

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«My photos are not an instant of time but an instant in time. 'Vestiges d’empire' is a collection of landscapes, portraits of places, architectural views, but also testimonials, vanities of the history of the French colonial empire.»

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France
18.04.2017

CHARLES H. TRAUB. NO PERFECT HEROES

by Steve Bisson

«Lens based digital imagery is the great currency of our time. It is affected by and affects all of our decisions. The best artists are the ones I call creative interlocutors. They can come from many roles, but they hold in common the mission of enabling others to be creative.»

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United States
10.04.2017

YOAV HORESH. AFTERMATH

by Polina Shubkina

«These places I photographed are mundane. They were dictated to me because of their traumatic history. There was nothing unique about these sites until history scarred them, they turned into significant sites of trauma that I, in a sense, reduced into pictures of the landscape, and cityscape, trees, cafes and street corners.»

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Israel
28.03.2017

FABRIZIO ALBERTINI. WANDERING OF THE GAZE

by Steve Bisson

«I live in a Piedmont country, north of Lake Maggiore. I am very attached to this land. My projects, as well as myself have become deeply rooted in its landscape. It is a rich area, sometimes I like to think of it as accessible, but it is also wild and hostile.»

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Italy
27.03.2017
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