“In 2011 I embarked on a series of short trips along national and local roads in Catalonia, the area I have lived in for all of my life. […] I soon noticed that very specific subject that I found from time to time was getting my attention: abandoned gasoline stations.” – Xavier Aragonès
Standing in the shade, Mircea Albuțiu documents the intimate, behind-the-scenes world of ballet in the most moving way, capturing moments of the dancers’ lives that usually remain hidden.
Dennis Schnieber was born and raised in a smaller town near Berlin and he is taking film photographs since 2011, when he inherited a Carl Zeiss Werra 35mm camera. He is currently working on his MA in cultural studies at HU Berlin.
Blue Devils by Marco Helena – On the Original Road: “A trip on a soundtrack. From Tennessee to Louisiana, passing through the Mississippi, here is my crazy crossing in all its states”
John Brian King – Writer, director, photographer, designer, curator, talking about the Los Angeles punk scene in the late 70’s
“This series is very close to my heart, as it documents my hometown of Predeal. The small mountain city was one of the biggest winter resorts in Romania, but, after the fall of communism, it was left without its state-funded tourism institutions, job opportunities dwindled, and people started leaving.” Ana Moca Grama
4 hours, 17 rolls of film, 5th of May 2017 – EMERGENCY ALERT / NEW YORK short visual story from parts of NY The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national warning system in the United States put into place on January 1, 1997 (approved by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in November 1994).