Cemeteries By Ettore Moni

Focusing on the architecture of various funerary monuments, the Cemeteries series by Ettore Moni reaches beyond the goal of capturing individual preferences and examples of stylistic trends of a particular...

Uranium by Michal Sierakowski

Throughout history, people have dug labyrinths into the depths of the earth to extract precious metals and rock, often paying the ultimate price. In the rich Sudetes Mountains, which stretch across 250km over...

La Línea Roja By Nicolas Rivals

At first sight, the striking photographs created by Paris-based photographer Nicolas Rivals stun with their majestic beauty and mysterious atmosphere. But the beautiful ‘La Línea Roja’ series has a deeper...

White Gold By Simone Tramonte

Salt is an essential element for the existence of life and a constant part of the everyday, yet the process of extracting it from the bowels of the earth to bring it into every home remains largely...

Let’s Play

The link between creativity and playfulness is undeniable, but an innovative project puts it into the clearest and most accurate light we've ever seen. Let’s Play is the brainchild of creative director...

Marble District By Francesco Luciani

Architecture and landscape photographer Francesco Luciani documents the beauty and resilience of nature as well as the effect of mining activities in the ongoing series “Marble District”. The images,...

Finibus Terrae By Adriano Nicoletti

The impact of human activity in pristine natural landscapes and nature’s resilience are beautifully captured in the "Finibus Terrae" series by photographer Adriano Nicoletti. Taken in 2014-2015 in the...

Into The Silence By Carlo Bevilacqua

A distinct feeling of serenity permeates Carlo Bevilacqua’s ‘Into The Silence - Hermits Of The Third Millennium’ series. It’s not surprising, as these powerful images offer a glimpse into the lives...

A Different View Of Classic Motor Racing

The high-speed race is what most fans love about motorsport, but if the adrenaline fueled competition is all about the cars’ performance, it’s in those short moments of respite when the cars stay still...

Space Travels Through Norway By Ole Marius Joergensen

A strong desire to capture the beauty of Norway for all the world to see transformed into a fascinating photo series with an intriguing concept at its core. Ole Marius Joergensen is a fine art photographer...

The Lost And Found Collection – Celebrating Icons

What began as an ordinary day spent at a flea market in Los Angeles transformed into a life-changing event for surf aficionado Doug Walker but also marked an important moment in surf culture. In 2007, the...

Home Less By Nelson Garrido

There’s light and darkness in Nelson Garrido’s Home Less series, as well as poetry and reflection. Taken over the course of four years, the photographs present a reality experienced by many countries...

The Zapatista Community by Annick Donkers

In 2013, almost 20 years after the Zapatista Army of National Liberation declared war on the Mexican government, Annick Donkers captured the daily life of this secretive community in a series of...

Natural Exploitation

We manipulate our surroundings to fit our needs, real or perceived. Petroleum is perhaps the greatest offender; since 1869, the United States alone have produced several million barrels of crude oil per year....

Empire Of Dust By Amélie Labourdette

Entropy, impermanence, and above all, the “archaeology of the present”, are the themes running though Amélie Labourdette's series “Empire of Dust”. Shot in southern Italy, the images show...

Exploring the Red Zone

Iranian photographer Jalal Sepehr offers a rare perspective on global affairs through his recent series, “Red Zone;” the title refers to the unending state of alarm and panic thrust upon Middle Eastern...

Out My Window by Gail Albert Halaban

A deep sense of human connectivity lies at the center of “Out My Window”, a series of photographs that began in New York over ten years ago with sleepless, baby-feeding nights. Gail Albert Halaban had...

“Limits” By Xavier Dumoulin

A strong environmental theme runs through the work of French photographer Xavier Dumoulin as his images often portray nature in the process of being transformed by human habitation. If the...