┐ Nadia Sablin └

© Nadia Sablin, all photographs from the series Alehovshchina: Two Sisters “In 1952, my grandfather began to lose his vision as a result of being wounded in WWII. Wanting to return to the place where he grew up, he found an unoccupied hill in a village in the Leningrad region of Russia, close to his…

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┐ Tito Mouraz └

© Tito Mouraz, Untitled, from the series Leitura(s) © Tito Mouraz, Untitled, from the series Leitura(s) © Tito Mouraz, Untitled, from the series Finally, No One © Tito Mouraz, Untitled, from the series Finally, No One “There has been, since ever, an almost innate obsession for space and its domain through the most varied forms…

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┐ Jorge Miguel └

© Jorge Miguel, Untitled, from the series Mó, 2010 © Jorge Miguel, Untitled, from the series Mó, 2010 © Jorge Miguel, Untitled, from the series Mó, 2010 © Jorge Miguel, Untitled, from the series Mó, 2010 “Mó is a village in the central region of Portugal with only 13 inhabitants, in one of the most…

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┐ Ana Marta └

© Ana Marta, Untitled, from the series Palm Trees don’t belong here, Porto Santo, Portugal, 2012 © Ana Marta, Untitled, from the series Palm Trees don’t belong here, Porto Santo, Portugal, 2012 © Ana Marta, Untitled, from the series Palm Trees don’t belong here, Porto Santo, Portugal, 2012 © Ana Marta, Untitled, from the series…

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┐ Tobias Kruse └

  © Tobias Kruse, The Parting, school leaving examination year 2007 of Carl-von-Ossietzky-Gymnasium, Berlin Pankow, on the graduation trip at Lake Balaton, Siofok, May 2007, Hungary. “Alcoholism extends the impersonal and transcendental event of the ‘crack up’ across a life by way of a caesura of time. Alcoholism, Deleuze writes, ‘hardens’ the present (Deleuze 1990:…

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┐ Léonie Hampton └

© Léonie Hampton, Untitled, from the series Autonomy, the Cariou Family – France © Léonie Hampton, Untitled, from the series Autonomy, the Cariou Family – France The Cariou family Live an autonomous life in Provence. Faced with the huge cost of property in their area they were fortunate to buy a small olive grove in…

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║ Millie Burton ║

© Millie Burton, Mantlepiece, from the series Pictures from an Interior, 2004 © Millie Burton, Dresser, from the series Pictures from an Interior, 2004 “Pictures from an Interior (2004) is a photographic record and celebration of the house that my grandmother lived in from 1956 until 2008. She was a practical woman and did much…

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║ Peter Fraser ║

© Peter Fraser, Untitled, from the series 12 Day Journay, 1984 © Peter Fraser, Untitled, from the series 12 Day Journay, 1984 “I see photographs everywhere, like everyone else, nowadays; they come from the world to me, without my asking; they are only ‘images,’ their mode of appearance is heterogeneous…I realized that some provoked tiny…

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║ Michael Lundgren ║

© Michael Lundgren, Untittled #1, from the series Ruins © Michael Lundgren, Untittled #14, from the series Ruins “As an artist, I have always been drawn to the field of landscape. It is the perfect subject with which to explore our history and our desire, two urges bound deeply together in the mythology and experience…

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║ Jörg Brüggemann ║

© Jörg Brüggemann, Untitled, from the series G8 Heiligendamm, Germany, July 2007 © Jörg Brüggemann, Untitled, from the series G8 Heiligendamm, Germany, July 2007 “From the 6th until the 8th of June 2007 the annual G8 summit was held in Heiligendamm, Germany. During these three days the most powerful leaders of the world met to…

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║ Andreas Weinand ║

© Andreas Weinand, Julia und André, from the series Finding Oneself, 1990 © Andreas Weinand, Gero und Olli, from the series Finding Oneself, 1989 © Andreas Weinand, Anna und Gero, from the series Finding Oneself, 1990 “While reflecting on my own youth, the cycle Finding Oneself developed from 1988 – 1990 in Essen. The philosophy…

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║ Anna Rackard ║

© Anna Rackard, Untitled, from the series Farmers © Anna Rackard, Untitled, from the series Farmers ‘Farmers’ is an exploration of contemporary rural identity in Ireland. Specifically it examines the role of women in farming and their invisibility within the family farm. Women have always been involved in farming in Ireland, usually as a spouse,…

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║ Gaston Zvi Ickowicz ║

© Gaston Zvi Ickowicz, Untitled #2, from the series August 06, 2006 © Gaston Zvi Ickowicz, Untitled #6, from the series August 06, 2006 “The images in the series “August 06″ were taken in the summer of 2006, during the cease-fire between Israel and Lebanon. These photographs portray Ickowicz’s view of the war  a dark…

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║ Yuval Yairi ║

© Yuval Yairi, from the series Forevermore © Yuval Yairi, from the series Forevermore “Yuval Yairi’s (b. 1961) body of photographs, Forevermore, focuses on the Hansen Hospital in Jerusalem, the abode of Hansen’s disease patients, an illness which had erroneously been identified with biblical leprosy. Originally called Jesus Hilfe, the hospital was founded in 1887…

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║ Jean-Christian Bourcart ║

© Jean-Christian Bourcart, Untitled, from the series Stardust, 2006 © Jean-Christian Bourcart, Untitled, from the series Traffic, 1999-2001 “In Jean-Christian’s photos, which are sometimes printed almost lifesize, he opens the door but a bit shyly, not intruding, as if hanging back in the doorway. The empty rooms are portraits in themselves, full of clues to…

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║ Sibylle Fendt ║

© Sibylle Fendt, from the series Uneins © Sibylle Fendt, from the series Uneins “For her photo series „Uneins” [At Odds, 2001], the photographer Sibylle Fendt created portraits of five people whose things have become too much for them, who can no longer organize their environments – people known as pathological hoarders. Their chronic untidiness…

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║ Alfio Tommasini ║

© Alfio Tommasini, from the series Antonio & Paloma © Alfio Tommasini, from the series Antonio & Paloma © Alfio Tommasini, from the series Antonio & Paloma “Another day dawns on the Manzanares river. In the midst of houses, bridges, construction sites, a beer factory and a soccer stadium there is a container where Antonio…

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║ Mathieu Bernard-Reymond ║

© Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Sans Titre nº27, from the series Disparitions, 2002 © Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Sans Titre nº89, from the series Disparitions, 2005 “This series should have been a work on architecture, but it has evolved into a bigger spectrum. The images are often digitally manipulated. However, I like to recall that I do not incorporate…

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║ Yves Gellie ║

© Yves Gellie, Ceiling of a youg married couple’s bedroom, Ningxia Pince, 2006, from the series Tableaux Chinois © Yves Gellie, Bedroom of a leisure center, Beijing city, 2006, from the series Tableaux Chinois “Yves Gellie’s Tableaux Chinois always combine a theatrical dimension with the most common ordinarity of a Chinese society which is undergoing…

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