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PhotographyNovember 11, 2020
Broader than ever

From November 12th to 22nd, enjoy the online festival tackling issues like race, gender and womanhood through the work of trailblazing fashion photographers.

Art - PhotographyOctober 29, 2020
Transforming the ordinary

Today we speak with visual artist Max Siedentopf, whose newest series, “Mundane Machines” finds humour in the ordinary – a common theme in his recent work.

PhotographyOctober 28, 2020
Celebrating the City of Angels

Finding the beauty behind the everyday banal, the photographer is releasing “Post Truth,” a new book celebrating the beauty of LA’s colours and architecture.

PhotographyOctober 27, 2020
A digital metamorphosis

Dream-like and darkly beautiful, Gonzalo Resti’s art explores the world of digital identities with the intention of making us question our own reality.

Fashion - PhotographyOctober 23, 2020
A woman and the city

The fashion designer and the image-maker discuss the urban dystopia of the lockdown, the state of fashion communication, and the importance of mobility.

PhotographyOctober 21, 2020
An oneiric journey through the Carpathians

Explore Ukraine through Synchrodog’s gaze, which combines land art, landscapes, nude photography and performance while denouncing environmental destruction.

PhotographyOctober 20, 2020
A story of contrasts

Photographer Javi Dardo and art director Victor Heras explore the contrast between fragility and hardness through glass, crystal, bricks and stones.

PhotographyOctober 19, 2020
Turning myths into magic

The penultimate chapter in the project of a lifetime captures a photographer assured of their talent with a vision brought to life by the past and present.

PhotographyOctober 16, 2020
It's time to vote

Get your hands on a print by Nan Goldin, Alec Soth, Catherine Opie, or Gregory Halpern to support 42 organizations aiming for participation in the polls.

PhotographyOctober 15, 2020
Landscapes, objects and queer bodies

Gaze through “Heaven is a Prison,” his first photo book, exploring the intimate relationships between form and content, body and land, pain and pleasure.

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