Photos by: Russell Bates Edited by: Roberta De Monte email@example.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.
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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.
Texas-based photographer Jeremy Underwood tries to make a positive mark on the world with his sculptures of other people's trash.
POSI+TIVE speaks with Alex Veledzimovich, a photographer living and working in Vitebsk, Belarus.
EXHIBITION PULSATIONS FROM CATHERINE GFELLER AT GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN, Fasenen Strasse 13, Berlin Interview from Nathalie Volcouve Constantly in movement between her photo camera and her video camera, worldwide renown artist Catherine Gfeller is having her first-but not last- exhibition. I had the pleasure to meet her for POSI+TIVE MAGAZINE