Photography

Edited by Odeta Catana, photography editor Flickr Riccardo Bandiera Could you please tell us a little more about yourself. Where do you live? I live in Diano Marina, a small seaside town in Liguria, Italy. In winter there is none and during the three summer months it fills like an anthill. Guess where part I like […]

Speaking about last Paris Photo Fair, at the Grand Palais. Photos by Petra Fantozzi Words by Martin Sekera Been there, seen it, done it and I might be done with it. That is what I say each year while at Paris Photo although for no reason each year I look forward to strolling around the […]

Photographer: Agnieszka Wojtuń / agnieszkawojtun.com Models: Michał Obeidat, Patrick Friebe / A S Management Make up & stylizations: Agata Porszke / Make You Up Tape stylist: Eve Lina

Edited by Odeta Catana, photography editor Photos of Hanna Ukura Flickr Could you please tell us a little more about yourself. Where do you live? I currently work as a freelance photographer here in Stockholm but my main goal is to travel as much as I can, leave Sweden, maybe live in a car? and […]

Photos by: Russell Bates Edited by: Roberta De Monte roberta.demonte@positive-magazine.com

Edited by Odeta Catana, photography editor Photos of Maria Baoli Flickr  Could you please tell us a little more about yourself. Where do you live? I live in Brussels, Belgium, which is pretty small and gives the impression of being a multicultural village. Taking the tramway is like travelling all around the world. 

Edited by Odeta Catana, photography editor Flickr Emmanuel Rosario 

In Ü-Berlin exhibition, three Italian photographers consider the city from different artistic perspectives: Gabriele Di Stefano was inspired by K. Scheffler’s quote from 1910 about Berlin, a city condemned forever to becoming and never to being, and works with cameras with long and double exposures. “Berlin is a city condemned forever to becoming and never […]

Photos by Natia Rekhviashvili Flickr Where do you live? I live in Tbilisi, Georgia. Located on the southeastern edge of Europe, Tbilisi’s proximity to lucrative east-west trade routes often made the city a point of contention between various rival empires throughout history. Historically, Tbilisi has been home to peoples of diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.

Photographs by  Michel Le Belhomme   Photography is a paradoxical means of expression. On the one hand, it is accessible to all and on the other it is an artistic practice.