Michal Iwanowski, who is both Polish and British, walked (and photographed) all the way from his home in London to his birthplace in Poland — registering his own emotions while encountering tremors of racism and populism unleashed by Brexit.
In his latest series, Abelardo Morell takes a traditional still life subject — a vase of flowers — and pushes and pulls it well beyond the typical boundaries of that genre, with endlessly delightful results.
Like a forensic investigator, Alba Zari methodically started to look for traces of her unknown biological father by using software, real family photos, and a process of elimination, to imagine what he must look like.
With 35 heart-breaking and riveting photographs, and his own personal account of 18 months on rescue ships, photojournalist Jason Florio provides an unforgettable up-close look at hundreds of African migrants at sea, risking everything for a chance to surviv
The Outer Hebrides – the remote western Islands of Scotland are the settings for 36 real-life stories of everyday life, hopes, dreams and setbacks for the young adults who love the rich ancient culture that has nurtured them since childhood.
By altering the original state of his family photographs, Antonio Pulgarin creates dynamic collages that act as the visual representation of his lifelong tension with machismo in Latin American culture.
The founder and owner of GUP Magazine and Kahmann Gallery speaks about what he learned from working on Ed van der Elsken’s book “Amsterdam” as well as the four qualities he looks for in an emerging talent.
Our memories are fleeting by nature—many photographers (amateurs and professionals alike) make visual diaries to remind ourselves of quirky personal moments, ideas and events that capture our attention.