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

SUSANNAH SAYLER ON CANARIES, CLIMATE CHANGE AND COLLABORATION

by Gary Green

«Producing the bus ads was a transformative moment for the project because we understood at that point that we needed to collaborate with other people and foster other projects in order to reach broader audiences.»

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United States
19.01.2017

LIN XUECONG. A LOST OF RELIGION

by Sheung Yiu

«People are digging meters-deep holes everywhere, if you are not careful, you can be drown in quicksand. I saw a lot of dead pigs floating in the river.»

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China
17.01.2017

EXT. - INT. RAIMOND WOUDA NEW BOOK

by Luciana Benaduce

«The hardest part is working on my own, while simultaneously that is also the best part. Sometimes it can get lonely, but on the other hand it also gives you a kind of focus.»

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The Netherlands
16.01.2017

JEAN-FRANÇOIS HAMELIN. LA POINTE

by Eleonora Milner

«What interest me with photography is the fact that it is an extremely powerful tool in its capability to render a certain depiction of the “real”. The unicity and particularity of the medium lies in this specificity.»

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Canada
14.12.2016

KOSTAS KAPSIANIS. A COMMON STORY

by Georges Salameh

«Shooting with a large format, other than quality, it gives you the opportunity to really think about what you want to do, why you do it, and how much truth is involved.»

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Greece
12.12.2016

DAVID WILSON. RATHER STRANGE WAY

by Steve Bisson

« We devour photographs in a sort of bulimic feeding frenzy, often hastily, in an effort to sift through the huge amount of material that is posted each day.»

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Italy
05.12.2016

PARISPHOTO. SO WHAT?

by Natalya Reznik

«Compared to a not so distant past in which the artist was rarely recognized by the press in advance, we are faced today with a reverse process. It is the media that determines who is the artist of the moment or what the book to buy is.»

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Italy
17.11.2016

HOW I TRIED TO CONVINCE MY HUSBAND TO HAVE A CHILDREN. OLGA BUSHKOVA

by Natalya Reznik

«The only thing that worked for me is to do things in photography that are somehow connected with me, things that somehow solve real issues in my real life. Like, to convince my husband to have children.»

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Russia
07.11.2016

STEPANKA SIMLOVA. TEACHING AT FAMU IN PRAGUE

by Polina Shubkina

«In fact, teaching doesn't take up too much physical time, but it consumes a part of your mind. My brain is occupied by the projects of my students more than by my projects.»

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Czech Republic
21.10.2016

KALPESH LATHIGRA. LOST IN THE WILDERNESS

by Steve Bisson

«I am not motivated to document things but to make photographs that are shaped by my vision in reaction to the world I find.»

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United Kingdom
03.10.2016
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