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Something that stays inside – interview with Valerio Bispuri by Juraj Marec
Giving a voice to communites which are hidden from our everyday life is the main goal of many documentary photographers. Close human contact makes great...
I like working with people who dare to look their pain in the eyes – interview with Elfie Kristiana by Nicole Jašáková
There was nothing left. She felt like a prisoner in her own body. Then she discovered the real magic – art. Guided by her...
I am not there to moralize; I am there to take pictures – interview with Boogie by Nicole Jašáková
The civil war that ravaged former Yugoslavia, his home country in the 1990s, determined his style. His raw, monochromatic pictures are an emotionally vivid...
Standing Between the Old and the New – interview with Hans Madej by Clary Estes
Hans Madej is a man locked in the tesseract of history. Through his work he explores how the echoes of our familial and social...
A personal quest – interview with Panos Kefalos by Juraj Marec
There are many photographers who focus on capturing the actual refugee crisis in Europe, but not many of them are using the long-term approach in...
I like small accidents and mistakes – interview with Ilias Georgiadis by Matúš Zajac
A story of a young and lost person trying to feel free and find love. An emotional exploration of the human condition. An effort to...
I just cannot stand when people are discriminated – interview with Hanna Jarzabek by Matúš Zajac
Hanna Jarzabek is very talented and perceptive author who mainly deals with communities outside of the majority. As an example of her work, I have...
A more visually dreamy state – interview with Danai Simou by Matúš Zajac
These photos will pull you completely into the intimate world of the fragile soul. They are very imaginative and expressive but at the same...
Catching a fire – Clary Estes about Lesia Maruschak
“Words are marvelous and yet so complicated, aren’t they? Because they create boundaries/distinctions and then they have the potential to isolate us.” Boundaries; the...
Covering Bosnia was an eye-opener – interview with Judah Passow by Juraj Marec
While Judah Passow’s photography shows us a world full of raw emotions, relentless violence and pointless suffering, it also reveals his discovery of pockets...
DEAD TRAFFIC – Kim Thue
Kim Thue (*1980) was born in Grindsted – a small Danish...
Welcome to Lagos – Laco Maďar
Photographic essay by Laco Maďar was created between 2011 and 2016....