║Edgar Martins ║

© Edgar Martins, from the series Of Shadows and No-places, 2002 © Edgar Martins, from the series Of Shadows and No-places, 2002 “There I stood. Complancently. Deciphering unsolicited memories.Empty words are spoken in utter silence. Penetrating thought, overwhelming reason.Images authenticate events that never happened, places that do not exist.Space dissolves before my eyes only to…

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║Tom Hunter ║

© Tom Hunter, Sex Assault, from the series Living in Hell and Other Stories, 2004 © Tom Hunter, Murder: Two Men Wanted, from the series Living in Hell and Other Stories, 2003 “Murder: Two Men Wanted is a photograph whose title is directly taken from a Hackney Gazette headline. Its composition is based on Piero…

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║Vanessa Püntener ║

© Vanessa Püntener, Manfred Herger, from the series Portrait d’un monde dérobé, 2005 © Vanessa Püntener, Thomas Zurfluh, from the series Portrait d’un monde dérobé, 2005 “Uri, canton natal de Guillaume Tell, se trouve en Suisse centrale, sur le versant nord du col du Gothard. Depuis longtemps, il est le lieu de passage entre le…

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║Peter Riesett ║

© Peter Riesett, Hide and go Seek, from the series Testament.08, 2007 © Peter Riesett, Workroom in Shadow, from the series Testament.08, 2007 “These images are an extension of a photographic series completed in 2004, entitled TESTAMENT. This was my second grandfather to have passed away and the second time I was documenting the packing…

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║Sam Gezari ║

© Sam Gezari, White Sand, from the series Erased Spaces, 2002-2005 © Sam Gezari, Texaco, from the series Erased Spaces, 2002-2005 “These images are from a body of work entitled Erased Spaces made between 2002 and 2005. They attempt to link ideas of isolation with personal and cultural boundaries in the American landscape.Questioning what defines…

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║Johan Bergström ║

© Johan Bergström, The Attachment, from the series Nostalgia, 2006 © Johan Bergström, Making New Connections, from the series Nostalgia, 2006 “A contemporary Russian saying claims that the past has become more unpredictable than the future. Nostalgia may depend precisely on the irrecoverable nature of the past for its emotional impact and appeal. It is…

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