Photographer: Francesco Lembo Model: Nazar Tsebryk @Dd Agency
The Tsukiji Market (Tsukiji shijō), supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market (Tōkyō-to Chūō Oroshiuri Shijō) of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in […]
Diaz and Young start The Lost Boys project as a story where growing up is a subversive act of life. The Lost Boys series is a metaphorical look at collectivism and individualism as social and cultural syndromes. The fact is that the fundamental social conflict of Western culture today is an issue of individualism vs. collectivism. Words by Drazenka Jalsic Ernecic, Senior Curator.
Matteo Fiorelli has always been fascinated by the night. Coming back home late at night, he used to turn on the TV and watch "Fuori orario" (meaning "afterhours"), a historical Italian TV program. It was a kind of bizarre talk-show with the insertion of various audiovisual clips taken from the vast national archive.
Ezgi Guler’s work is a tangible examination of presence and publicity. Her recent story is concerned about how external space and photography overlap and interact with each other through observation. She uses different objects as the common denominators of our personal environment. Altering them is a way of questioning the attitudes, habits and unwritten rules which have formed that environment and behavior within it.
A journey through the suburbs of Rome (so called borgate) in order to explore a more authentic, less known side of the city. “Borgate” takes inspiration from the English gate, often used as a suffix to refer to political scandals while as a noun to signify the entrance, both metaphorical and physical to the most vivid sections of the city.
FADED is a project by English Documentary Photographer Thomas Maxwell that started in 2014 after his Grandparents were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. The aim of the project was to document the disease’s progression and the daily tasks that his Grandparents had to confront every day up until their deaths. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, as of now have no known cures.
“Landscapes” is a project that through photography tries to represent the relationship between the condition of unstable traveller and how this condition becomes compositions through the city, its environment and the metaphoric connection between various elements of the landscape during the journey.
“How was your day?” collects scenes from kindergarten life of children. With this project I show parents what their kids do when they aren’t around. I tried to create imaginary space for parents to observe kids and their daily life in an unmonitorred space the kindergarten is. On the first day of kindergarten my parents […]
Photography by Mariusz Smiejek; Written by Dr Katy Radford Institute for Conflict Research