‘Companions’ by Yana Wernicke

Yana Wernicke is a German photographer currently based in a small town close to Frankfurt am Main. Her work often revolves around the photographic depiction of animals and humankind’s relationship to nature and other beings. ‘Wernicke documents with subtle grace the close bonds between two young women and the farm animals that they rescue, love, […]

‘Trials’ by Andrés Mario

Andrés Mario was born into two Cuban families and grew up in Miami as a first generation Cuban-American. The death of his mother helped him galvanized his need to know more about himself and what he is capable of expressing. After graduating, Andrés moved to New Mexico. Since living in the desert, his obsession with […]

‘Cooking Potato Stories’ by Ana Núñez Rodríguez

Ana Núñez Rodríguez is a research-based photographer living and working between Spain and Colombia. In her work, she delves into the politics of identity, connecting her own experience of navigating between both cultural realities with other voices. Through the use of images, she establishes new forms of collaboration and knowledge production that reveal forgotten colonial […]

‘Another Online Pervert’ by Brea Souders

Brea Souders is an American artist working in photography, text, painting and collage, often blending digital phenomena with physical objects. Her work explores questions related to the human body, the psychological imprints of technology, autobiography and the natural world. Her recent book Another Online Pervert published by MACK. Another Online Pervert derives from a series of […]

Dorothée Nowak Investigates the Concept of Migration

Originally from Poland, her family migrated to France before WWI and WWII, but Dorothée Nowak also lived in Italy, Spain, Australia, Japan and now Canada, in Montreal where she graduated with a BFA in Photography. Dorothée works as a freelance photographer, and is developing several personals projects. Her series Tell Me Her Story Because War Is Only the […]