“Out of the Cave” by Pep Pérez Guarro explores what it is to be out in the open again and in contact with nature.
With her series “My Kind of Femininity” Gloria Berenice Moreno explores and celebrates the intrinsically subjective meaning of femininity, allowing people to celebrate their own kind of femininity and challenge the age-old, patriarchal social constructs.
“Looking for Paradise” by Lars Kemnitz is a story about missing nature and wanting to reconnect with it and not knowing how to do so.
We spoke to Marius Copel, the artist behind Electrons In Slow Motion, about his new album, Meta Incognita, his process and the music that shaped him.
In his latest series “Urban Renaissance”, Christophe Boussamba explores the lockdown and pursues the in-between.
“If you sit within your history, you will find your place”, a poem by Roeg Cohen.
In his work, Michel Nguie hunts for the spontaneous and the daily, while making the invisible visible through film photography.
A collaboration between Milena Pazos and Dana Crasser that explores the relationship between movement and the relegated natural spaces available in the city.
“Broad Lane” by Chris O’Connell is a series of photos he took in his family home ten years after his mother passed away.
Postponed because of the pandemic, Transilvania International Film Festival returns for an outdoor summer edition, between 31st July – 9th August 2020.
Shelly Foreshaw’s mid lockdown series with musician and frontwoman Anna Acquroff is a reminder of the very peculiar and extraordinary times we’re living.
With her latest series, “Pluto”, photographer and model Dana Crasser tries to show how wonderful restraint, shyness and coincidence can be.
“Riviera: Photographs of Palm Springs”, a collection of eerie fragments of existence left behind in one city, is John Brian King ‘s latest book, published by Spurl Editions.
“Allos” by Madison Lloyd is a series about his younger twin siblings and the realization of their shared distinctive connection.
“Ten Minutes Away” is a series shot by Berlin based photographer Colin Aherne during lockdown on a ten minute radius from his apartment.
“A visual journal of the world and I. I capture what others see but dismiss, I capture what they do see and feel for.” – Bliss Mutanda
“I experienced confinement as a question of scale. From withdrawal to horizon. From the self to the near, to the far.” – Jérémy Rico
Milena Pazos documents a trip she took with her close friends and explores teenagehood, its ending and the role friendship has in it.
“Moments in Between Madness” by Joseph Rovegno features a reflective time in a quarantined New York City.
Joana Betzner is back with a new series dedicated to her friends: “We are born here in this shape, in this body, in this world, in this galaxy, (…)”.
”People disappear and an enchanted city emerges. Finally I can perceive that hidden silence and like a prayer it echoes (…)” – Vincenzo Farenza
With “Fragments” Molly Goodspeed finds joy in photography, a medium that allows her to remember, to romanticize and to understand.
“Capìtulo 73” is a love story inspired by Julio Cortazar’s novel “Rayuela” and shot by Astra Marina Cabras in Paris, at Hotel Amour.
“Where Is The Beauty Then?” is a story of Alice in anti-Wonderland, with candy-like psychedelic makeup and distorted proportions, shot by Artem Nadyozhin.