Getting close to his grandma, Mushfiqur Rahman explores the life of a person affected by Alzheimer and how the things he sees don’t happen only to his grandmother but to many other elderly people in his country and the world.
Launched this summer, the Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today is a campaign initiated by the Royal Photographic Society and it aims at celebrating women photographers from all over the world.
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.
Due from March to May, Circulation(s) Festival will take place in Paris at Centquatre and it will feature young photographers from all over Europe, who will use the festival as a springboard for their career.