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George Tsilis

Intangible Forms. Photographic routes that paint obscure forms in unclear time and space. How can we accurately photograph the paths of our mind? How can doubt, love, our personal conflicts be captured? Looking inwards…the place where our imagination and obsessions reside.

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Antonis Giakoumakis

From a Distance. Observing people from a distance, you have the feeling that you are distancing, becoming objective … free! It’s like having a fuller picture of the moving area.

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Kristof Vande Velde

I don’t belong here. Growing up in the nineties, I was always drawn to Thom Yorke’s moving outcry ‘What the hell am I doing here’? – and I still am. I’m quite sure that this perfectly rendered feeling of angst is not only powerful to me but that it resonates with a whole generation and even transcends it.

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Artem Zhitenev

Moscow is the capital of Russia. There are many people here. Moscow almost never sleeps. Moscow is always in a hurry. Moscow never sleeps. Moscow makes money, which is always lacking.

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Jenn Meeûs

Cuban Portfolio. The Cuban photo series was started last December, under the guidance of Nikos Economopoulos. It explores the daily life of the Cuban people.

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Roza Vulf

Floating World. The Floating World series takes its roots from the 17th century Japanese Art called Ukyio. It was originally translated to mean ‘sad world’, but with the evolution of language, literature and the usage of the term itself, the most recent translation of Ukyio-e pertains to the phrase ‘floating world’ or fleeting pictures of the world.

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Filip Machac

No time to rush. Every city has its own dynamics, frequency, and rhythm. For me, the best way to capture these dynamics is to get rid of the idea that something needs to be documented and rather try to make a given moment present.

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Marina M. Garcia

Morocco: Streets & Stories. These are all images I took during my last trip to Morocco and part of the project “Morocco: streets and stories”. This series is an attempt to show you this beautiful and colourful country through a monochromatic perspective and focus of daily stories on its streets.

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