The people living in the Neva river valley love their river and instinctively want to see in the surrounding landscape not only natural resources, but also a source of aesthetic pleasure.
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In a time of rising fascism and threats to democracy around the world, this project speaks to the trauma of a government that attacks it’s citizens.
This retrospective is a collection of sublime portraits, landscapes, and street photography taken by Steve McCurry over the last forty years.
For three month, the well-known German documentary photographer Kai Wiedenhöfer shows on the Berlin Wall his photographs from Syria.
December is a month that makes even more fascinating and mysterious Berlin, one of the most vital, multicultural and, simultaneously, quieter capital cities in Europe.
In Switzerland, M. Jacot is viewed as a reporter, a realist and a rebel. She sought her themes in the streets.
An intensive workshop with Michael Ackerman, which focuses on guiding students towards a photography that transcends.
In his collection From Back Home the Swedish photographer JH Engström traced his childhood memories back to the province of Värmland, in the west of Sweden.
Berlin is considered like one the hippest cities of Europe. It is renowned for its trendy nightlife, its underground sub culture, and its inexpensive bohemian way of life…
In April 2013 JR is working on over 15 buildings in the Berlin city limits, within the context of his project ‘The Wrinkles of the City’.
The artist uses photography as a tool to capture and collect images, but does not always use traditional photographic techniques in his output. Since his interest lies in the reproducibility of the medium, he often chooses to show his series in books.