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Reflections by Jon Enoch
Jon Enoch is a London-based freelance photographer, who works with celebrities, sports people, CEOs, as well as advertising agencies and brands. Jon regularly creates his own personal work, which have won numerous awards over the years. Jon’s recent project ‘The Candymen of Mumbai’ has won a Portrait of Humanity award and was the overall winner of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the year 2023. His previous 2019 project called ‘Bikes of Hanoi’ also picked up multiple awards including the Paris Photo Prize - Gold in 2019, Portrait of Humanity Award 2020 and was the Smithsonian Grand Prize Winner in 2020. He was also shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Awards in 2020 and nominated for the Lens Culture Portrait Prize 2020. We asked him a few questions about his project 'Reflections'
Inversion by Danila Tkachenko
Inversion, a compelling artistic intervention by the renowned artist Danila Tkachenko, serves as a poignant traveling photo exhibition documenting the devastating consequences of Russian military aggression in Ukraine. This thought-provoking project was created with the support of the non-profit organization Gariwo and features a curated selection of powerful images.
Italian Photographers You Should Know
Italian photography is rich and diverse, reflecting the country’s cultural, social, and political changes over the past century and a half. From its early beginnings as a Western import, Italian photography has developed its own unique style and techniques, and has produced a number of highly regarded photographers who have left an indelible mark on the medium.
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Transcendence is a visual narrative which asks us to look beyond the reality of the photograph(s) as a recorded document, but rather to have it seen as a visual journey into the revelation of self
The Self Study by Ivana Dostalova
The relationship between the self and other is one of the most exquisite theoretical issues in the social sciences (Ziller 1990). The essential question 'Who am I?' hides, in my opinion, the equation of infinity of unknowns interconnected with the combination of random and non-random equations around (in discourse with Bronfenbrenner´s socioecological model, Bronfenbrenner 1986, 1992, 2009) and before-behind (in discourse with Erikson´s stages of psychosocial development, Erikson 1963).
I, the Hermit  by Marta Rezova
He found himself at the margins of society over a decade ago. When he's not with a group of friends in an abandoned gardening colony, he repeatedly seeks a way to stand on his own feet. He has a good heart and a proud look. He treats others the same way they treat him. Surrounded by abandoned animals, he searches for work and dreams of a better future, without expecting compassion.
Deep Climate by Alexis Routhier
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Barbara Cole and Wet Collodion Photographs
Cole is best known for her underwater photography, but her other studio practice during the cold months in Toronto is an ongoing series of wet collodion photographs. This heavily analog process from the 19th Century is a years-long endeavor of revitalization and experimentation, offering modern day viewers an understanding of what it took to develop photographs in the early days of its invention. Cole has added her own unique take on the process by adding a layer of color in contrast to the usual sepia tones associated with the genre. The resulting wet plate photographs are tactile and dimensional dances between light and shadow, past and present, depicting women in timeless dreamscapes. We asked her a few questions about this specific project
Lia: A Body Building Story by Susan Weiss
Lia: A Body Building Story is the documentary study of a woman training for a body building competition to be held in November 2022. She competed in the category of “figures” which entails posing in 6 different viewpoints to show her muscle definition and stature. The project is the look into a world that most people do not know nor understand. The photographs tell her story of training, diet control, beauty preparations and finally the competition in November in San Antonio, chronicling every stage of the process.
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