‘Non Fiction’ by Henri Kisielewski

Henri Kisielewski (b. 1991) is a self-taught French/British photographer based in London. His work explores themes of memory, representation and the porous boundary between fact and fiction. Informed by studies in Human Geography and a deep engagement with the photographic medium, his work lies at the intersection of real world issues and the ways in […]

‘Nucleo’ by Wouter Van de Voorde

Wouter Van de Voorde is a Belgian-born, Australia-based visual artist. He lives with his family on Ngunnawal land in Canberra, Australia. Nucleo, whose title evokes the core nuclear family, is a visual odyssey that traces the life of Van de Voorde’s own family, starting from the birth of his son, Felix, and extending to the […]

ATL by Mark Steinmetz

Mark Steinmetz resides in Athens, Georgia. He makes black and white photographs “of ordinary people in the ordinary landscapes they inhabit” and “in the midst of activity”. Most of his work has been made in the USA but also in Berlin, Paris, and Italy. His books combine portraits (portrait-like but spontaneous) and candid photos of people, and also […]

‘Et in Arcadia Ego’ by Owen McCarter

Owen McCarter (b.1998.) is an artist living and working in Western Massachusetts. His photographs have been exhibited in The Berkshire Museum, The Norman Rockwell Museum, and galleries across New England. He recently completed his BFA in photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. The project’s title, “Et in Arcadia ego”, is a reference to […]

‘Icaro’ by Irene Zottola

Irene Zottola is a self-taught photographer; in 2016, she began honing her skills in the laboratory of Madrid’s Slow Photo collective. Her poetic works probe at the limits of analogue photography, which she often pairs with text. Working simultaneously as an arts educator, Zottola explores photography as a tool for social intervention amongst vulnerable groups. […]

‘The Bliss of Girlhood’ by Kristina Rozhkova

Kristina Rozhkova (1996) was born in 1996 in Perm (Ural), Russia. She has studied philosophy at the Perm State University, where she started taking photography. In 2019 moved to Saint-Petersburg where she studies MA in Practical philosophy of SPBU. She is also a student at Fotografika school. Project StatementFor some reason, as a society we […]

‘Charbon Blanc’ by Teo Becher

Téo Becher was born in France and now lives in Brussels. His photographic work focuses on the complex relationship between nature and culture. His photographs suggest the trace of human intervention in different environments, transformed according to human needs. Charbon Blanc, her recent photobook published by Le Bec En L’air. Maurienne’s mountains are marked with […]