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Christophe Agou – Les faits secondaires

Les faits secondaires takes us on a journey about and around the journey, around the moment, the continuous stream of moments, around the experience. With…

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Petros Efstathiadis

Fantasy, freedom and ingenuity are the characteristics that mark the work of the Greek photographer, Petros Efstathiadis. His images are comprised of photographed constructies or…

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Stefania Gurdowa

From 1921 until 1937, Stefania Gurdowa (1888-1968) ran her own photography studio in Dębica, Poland. In those days, it was by no means self-evident for…

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Jonas Lund, Studio Practice.biz

Jonas Lund is not a painter. Although in a few of his latest works painting plays a central role. There were the paintings fitted with…

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John Stezaker

John Stezaker (British, b.1949) is one of the leading artists in modern photographic collage and appropriation. Employing vintage photographs, old Hollywood film stills, travel postcards…

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Zhe Chen – The Bearable

“By documenting my self-inflicted wounds, I aim to externalize otherwise unspeakable, internal sufferings into a tangible form of artwork, by way of photography.”

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Johan Nieuwenhuize – Profile Pictures

Johan Nieuwenhuize’s series of photographs, Profile Pictures, can be regarded as a collection of encounters with artists. It is a series of abstracted images with…

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Mishka Henner – Collected Portraits

Collected Portraits presents twenty-four faces, representing the portrait archives of twenty-four photographers spanning the history of the medium.

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Lost & Found Project: Family Photos Swept Away by the 2011 Tsunami in East Japan

After the first medical assistance and the search for survivors, the laborious act of cleaning up and reconstruction after the Tsunami of March 11th, 2011,…

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Imran Qureshi

The work of the Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi brings together two extremes: clear traces of death and violence with the tranquillity of miniatures. Qureshi, trained as…

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Shirin Fakhim – Tehran Prostitutes

Shirin Fakhim’s Tehran Prostitutes uses absurd and sympathetic humour to address issues surrounding the Persian working-girl circuit. In 2002 it was estimated that there were…

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Robert Montgomery

Bicycling to work, walking to the supermarket with traffic racing past and the pavement full of people: everything is just like every other day. But…