Aerial Industry
 

Aerial Industry

Tom Blachford’s aerial photos of the industry of Melbourne connect the familiar with the surreal, putting man-made structures into a silent and breathtaking dream.

 

Photo-essays

Next Stop Eurodisney
 

Next Stop Eurodisney

Mattia Buffoli’s photographic project, devoted to Val d’Europe, tells the sensation of being in a ghost town sprung up in the middle of nowhere, a city where nobody really lives.

 

Photo-essays / Mattia Buffoli

Dance-halls

Gian Luca Perrone’s reading of dance-hall interiors is seemingly neutral: there are no people and the sweeping visions are of epic proportions.

 

Photo-essays / Gian Luca Perrone

Korea–Korea
 

Korea–Korea

Korea–Korea is a photo project by Dieter Leistner in which the German photographer compares images and places from the North and the South showing the stark difference between the two countries.

 

Photo-essays / Dieter Leistner

Displacements
 

Displacements

Gabriele Lei’s black and white photographs are deliberately anonymous, lacking a place and a time to create a sense of visual standardisation and displacement.

 

Photo-essays / Gabriele Lei

Secret Rooms

15 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Daniel & Geo Fuchs have travelled East Germany to trace down the visual remains of the STASI: interrogation rooms and floors with a Kafkaesque atmosphere, the cold design of terror, with flowered wallpapers and upholstered doors.

 

Photo-essays / Daniel & Geo Fuchs

Imperial Pomp
 

Imperial Pomp

Frank Herfort has been criss-crossing Russia for the last four years photographing his long-term project “Imperial Pomp – Post Soviet Highrise”. His images of monstrously massive buildings with an overwhelming presence seem to come from another time and dimension.

 

Photo-essays

Miami Houses
 

Miami Houses

The French photographer Leo Caillard pays homage with his works to the Becher – founders of the Düsseldorf School in the 70's – dominating with equal mastery the shot and its post production.

 

Photo-essays / Leo Caillard

Jim Kazanjian

By composing pieces from photos find online, Jim Kazanjian creates “hyper-collages” inspired by classic horror literature, disputing the idea that photography has a sort of built-in objectivity.

 

Photo-essays / Jim Kazanjian

Skymetric
 

Skymetric

Lino Russo, young graphic designer from Naples, searches for the elementary building's geometries trough the volumes, the always blue colour of the sky and the bright colours of the architectures.

 

Photo-essays

Tropical Deco
 

Tropical Deco

Silke Klinnert looks at the Deco buildings of Southbeach Miami, fascinating as a colorful candy bag, as an exploration of colour and shape.

 

Photo-essays / Silke Klinnert

Landmark(ed)

On the outskirts of Wien, Dominique Perrault's tower dominates a landscape that is a public space widely used and socially inhabited as the photographs by Simone Bossi reveal.

 

Photo-essays / Simone Bossi