CHECK OUT: A PHOTOBOOK OR AN LP?

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Distance, trips, change, turning pages in our lives, things we leave behind and essences we will always carry, all of them are memories which constitute our respective personalities, and as the two authors suggest, with no movement there is no progress.”

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Italy
05.06.2017

BRENDA MORENO. B TO B

by Natalya Reznik

«The story has no clear classical plot, instead it balances on the unsteady edge of associations, feelings and dreams, supported by the strong frame of book design. The book "B to B’ has a lot in common with cinema - a dreamy-style movie, that plenty of great photo books look like.»

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Mexico
19.05.2017

KOSMAS PAVLIDIS. MATERIALITY AND TEMPORALITY WITHIN THE LANDSCAPE

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Reconstruction to me is homage to famous Greek film maker Theo Aggelopoulos. It is an attempt to reconstruct stories, or even small details that have deeply touched me.»

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Greece
11.05.2017

PHOTOBOOK PHENOMENON

by Eleonora Milner

«The role of the photobook today at the same time proposing a reinterpretation of the history of photography by focusing on the role of the photobook and of printed photographs, tracing a path that leads from its beginnings to contemporary production.»

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Spain
02.05.2017

JEAN FRANÇOIS FLAMEY. NIM IS A TREE

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Technique, images, feelings they all come together to form an artistic language in which the artist engages; a mixture of found situations and enigmatic details.»

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Belgium
18.04.2017

DAN BURN-FORTI. GO AWAY

by Steve Bisson

«‘Go Away’ is a look at our preoccupation with escapism, be it in the most literal form of going away from home or the more mundane way we attempt escape through transformation of the normal and everyday into a childlike World of artificiality.»

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England
18.04.2017

THE WALKING MOUNTAIN

by Steve Bisson

«We wanted to investigate deeper an area whose fundamental equilibrium was undeniably altered by a catastrophic event. “The Vajont consumed minds” wrote the journalist Lucia Vastano.»

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Italy
05.04.2017

LOOKING INTO THE EYES OF SELMA SELMAN

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Child marriage is a big issue in some parts of Bosnia. I try to raise awareness on the subject so I chose to visit India, because Roma have originated from India as believed in our oral tradition. I want to go back to the roots of my culture.»

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Bosnia and Herzegovina
03.04.2017

CONNECTING THE DOTS WITH ALEC SOTH

by Nathalie Vissers

«He is a man that doesn’t fall back into clichés, always searching, changing and moving. Always finding different topics and new ways to photograph them.»

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United States
23.02.2017

A SYSTEMATIC PORTRAIT OF NIKOLAS VENTOURAKIS

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Cyprus is a place where I believe everything going on in Europe is being compressed for decades. Borders, identity, history, everything! What happened with defining lines is that due to technology I could visualise borders like an augmented reality.»

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Greece
10.01.2017

NATHALIE BLANC. FORM, ART AND THE ENVIRONMENT

by Polina Shubkina

«I think that environmental artists are mainly dealing with something that you could call the political regime of art, not the aesthetic regime of art anymore.»

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France
08.12.2016

ARNIS BALCUS. VICTORY PARK

by Krzysztof Sienkiewicz

«Victory Park is a park located in Riga, Latvia. Once built to celebrate Latvian independence, this seemingly ordinary place holds a memory of a nationwide traumatic experience.»

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Latvia
29.11.2016

CONSTRUCTED BOMBS AMIDTS A GREEK VILLAGE: PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTALLATIONS BY PETROS EFSTATHIADIS.

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«I witnessed my father shaking hands with the company and signing a contract. Peach trees will be replaced by a massive pipeline.»

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Greece
17.10.2016

PAUL D'HAESE. BELGOPOLIS

by Dieter Debruyne

«A criticism to the very act of vision, a suggestion to face the failure of photography to represent reality, as essentially invisible.»

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Belgium
14.10.2016

LISE STRAATSMA. THE ALPHA STRATEGY

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Photographs have the quality of being almost liquid. They stay the same but are constantly changing by when, where and how they are seen over and over again.»

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The Netherlands
06.10.2016

NIKOS MARKOU. LIFE NARRATIVE

by Georges Salameh

«Truth is what you get out of struggling with your own self. And this truth is yours.»

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Greece
06.10.2016

ISIDRO RAMÍREZ. JAKARTA'S MODEST INTERVENTIONS AND MINOR IMPROVISATIONS

by Steve Bisson

«Photography separates what is unimportant or irrelevant from what is pertinent and poignant.»

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Spain
12.09.2016

A DAY AT PALAZZO MORA

by Steve Bisson

«I’m not a photographer. I shoot for architecture—if there’s art here it’s a by-product.»

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Italy
01.09.2016

LANDSCAPE: FROM NATURAL TO KITSCH. THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF MARINOS TSAGKARAKIS

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«The tourist industry has drastically intruded the land, transforming it into a product while causing several effects with a severe socio-cultural character.»

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Greece
18.07.2016

KLAUS PICHLER. SMELLY, DIRTY, EVENTUALLY DANGEROUS

by Bärbel Praun

«The book is about a dying generation of Austrian dive bars – a so-called Viennese 'institution' which has shaped the face of the city for centuries and is now about to disappear to a major extend.»

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Austria
14.07.2016
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