Karolina Gembara investigates human transience in the world
‘When We Lie Down, Grasses Grow From Us’ comprises photographs taken during the period of almost 7 years while I lived in Delhi. I developed a love/hate relationship with the city, born out of a combination of fascination, homesickness and a feeling of transience.
My Spot of Beauty: Maria Teresa Salvati presents Alessio Pellicoro
Alessio Pellicoro is a contemporary photographer who uses landscape, still life and portrait photography as artistic expression and visual language of a journey to self-discovery.
Raphael Gaultier witnesses the constant change of cities and habits
As the spaces we frequent begin to change, our way of life begins to lose cultural authenticity and new ideas. This series explores our return to old belief systems in the face of unbridled shifts in everyday life.