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

JULIA KATER. BETWEEN PRESENCE AND ABSENCE

by Luciana Benaduce

« My work process does not follow a precise path. It happens in many ways, most of my work happens outside the studio, in observing the streets, the relation between people and spaces, what is said and how I hear it.»

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Brazil
23.03.2017

PAOLO WOODS. IN HEAVEN WITH GABRIELE GALIMBERTI

by Rocco Venezia

«So was interesting to see the most powerful person within the system and photograph this 70s lady with her pr person really concern about her pr aspects, which is a big aspect in the spin tax heaven trow around on what their activities really are about.»

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England
20.03.2017

YIANNIS HADJIASLANIS

by Georges Salameh

«Greece has always been a crossroad between the three continents linked by the Mediterranean sea. And since its inception as a modern republic, based on a constructed idealization and celebration of its classical past, Greek culture and identity are impregnated with paradoxes.»

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Greece
14.03.2017

XIAOXIAO XU. AERONAUTICS

by Sheung Yiu

«My immigration experience motivated my desire to tell stories and made me learne to observe both China and Europe from a distance. I am as much an insider and an outsider, uprooted, unidentified and estranged from both sides.»

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China
13.03.2017

NICOLAS HAVETTE. FROM NOTHING COMES SOMETHING

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«Photography is about searching our place as a single person in the middle of the complexity of the world, it is politic. Are we sculpting the world in the aim of making it seem as what we want it to be?»

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France
03.03.2017

NATALYA REZNIK. LOOKING FOR MY FATHER

by Polina Shubkina

«I think that family is an unavoidable topic for me, every time I see it from another perspective, but always relying on my personal experience.»

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Russia
26.02.2017

TERESA LEMME. A COMMON REASON

by Dieter Debruyne

«I take photos to see what’s on my mind.»

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Germany
20.02.2017

ISABELLE HAYEUR. DESERT SHORES

by Eleonora Milner

«My work examines the relation between nature and culture in a world where their (false) opposition is the dominant ideology that still structures Western societies.»

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Canada
13.02.2017

ANDREW BOROWIEC. 30 YEARS IN THE RUST BELT

by Thieu Riemen

«Ideally, my photos convey a lot of information. They are packed with details that might not be apparent at first, but that ultimately inform, complicate, and sometimes subvert the picture’s meaning.»

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United States
13.02.2017

YULI GORODINSKY. AN IMMIGRANT'S GAZE

by Irith Gubi

«I think that it was Susan Sontag who wrote that all photographers are people who were robbed of their childhood. I always related to that sentence.»

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Israel
31.01.2017

BARBARA BENISH. ART MAKES CHANGE

by Polina Shubkina

"Usually, I am working on about five projects simultaneously. The one I am very interested in right now is the new video work, that's going to be dealing with Standing Rock, what's happening now at the Dakota protest. My work has gotten a lot more socially and politically engaged, this one is super radical."

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Czech Republic
26.01.2017
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