Photography // Monday, February 23, 2015
The ancient Romanian traditional festival known as Malanka is currently celebrated by a number of Ukrainians in rural and big cities, with Krasnoilsk, Crasna being one of the towns best preserving the tradition. Held each year around mid-January, Barcelona-based photographer Aleesandro Vinenzi has documented the culture from the process to the festivities.
Photography // Monday, December 01, 2014
In his series “Circadian”, England-based photographer Frederico Colarejo creates a visual survey of night-shift workers. With a mixture of portraits, text, and landscapes, Colarejo gives the viewer a glimpse into the lives of late night laborers.
Photography // Wednesday, July 30, 2014
In her series “Pretty, Please,” photographer Andi Schreiber turns her camera on herself and documents her inner struggles and observations concerning her aging and her fear of disappearing. Schreiber shows how her perception of her own sexuality has slowly taken over how she perceives everyday life and the mundane objects and actions that fill it.
Photography // Wednesday, July 16, 2014
After visiting 9 cities and meeting close to 250 shopkeepers, photographer Vladimir Antaki created his series “The Guardians”. Antaki found that he was attracted to the small hidden city shops that drew it’s customers in with visually overwhelming displays and the individuals who were there to guard them.
Photography // Friday, July 11, 2014
Art director and world traveler Manuel Caminero is also a photographer who has been capturing the images of the streets of America. In his series “Us Humans,” Caminero shows us the more intimate side of those that occupy the streets that he portrayed.
Photography // Thursday, July 03, 2014
Mitch Dobrowner creates photographs of immeasurable storms in the American Midwest and Southwest. Between 2005 and 2014, Dobrowner traveled to the plains rendering stormscapes in various states, some of which are home to notoriously destructive tornados.
Photography // Friday, June 20, 2014
In his photographic series “Vessels”, Damion Berger uses long exposures to photograph the nighttime light emissions of yachts and cruise ships at anchor offshore in the Mediterranean Sea. Berger’s images not only capture the light from the ships, but also the light reflected off the water, the light of the moon, and nearby fireworks.