Fallen is a serie portraits of residents who are living on a remote squatter camp in the province Freestate, South Africa. These people are living on or under the poverty line and are considered as ‘white poverty’.
La Ville d’Angers, en partenariat avec l’agence Hans Lucas et l’association Tisseurs d’images, accueille une exposition dédiée au travail de la photojournaliste Camille Lepage (1988-2014).
Casa Verdi was born in Milan in 1899, a retirement home for musicians and singers founded by the composer Giuseppe Verdi… (photo essay by Lorenzo Papi)
Life in War is a fruit of the 2014 FotoEvidence Book Award and it is probably the only book about Afghanistan that isn’t filled with images of war. For ten years, Saeedi’s photographed daily life in the context of war.
Awake is a trip, one movement, one errant situation where anyone could enter. But there was no one, it was me. What caused it? And why? Until today I can’t explain, but I moved all those nights with insomnia… (photo essay by Fábio Miguel Roque)
With a new approach in traditional nature photography, Laurent tries to capture the humanity and personality of each animal with deep black and high contrasts.
The criteria for the UnSeen fair is that all of the work exhibited must be new work. Presenting a fresh & excitingly curated exhibition of beautiful, significant & previously unseen photographs.
Fine Art Photography Awards invites photographers worldwide to submit their work to the 1st Annual International Competition.
I don’t remember much. Most of my memories are stolen from my brothers’ and my sisters’ memories, as I hear them recalling moments of our childhood. Who am I without my memories?
Véritable immersion menée depuis plus de dix ans dans ces banlieues noires d’Afrique du Sud, la photographe américaine Anne Rearick choisit une approche directe et s’engage sur des projets à long terme, revenant sans cesse aux mêmes endroits et vers les mêmes personnes.
Sofia offers a “waterproof” scenario to me, a planet where it is difficult to walk light, a spectral beauty wraps the city where live togheter: sadness, beauty and extravagance. (Photo essay by Sara Munari)
We are twenty and thirty years old. We finished school, we are still studying, and working. We are still trying to find our place. We engage ourselves in the arts, while making careers in corporations…
Gallery Paris-Beijing is pleased to present High Place, one of the first photographic series (2003/2004) by the Chinese performance artist Li Wei.