During the corona virus crisis, the Moscow Zoo was closed to the general public for the first time in 156 years – giving the photographer Mikhail Kirakosyan the opportunity to dedicate himself to a very special project.
Book of the Month: Jenny Sampson – Skater Girls
Cool, tough and fearless. The photo book by the Californian photographer offers remarkable insight into the female skater scene.
Tomaso Clavarino: Seduced and Abandoned
Tomaso Clavarino talks about his photographic project, which deals with the legacy of Alpine tourism.
Daniel Huete: Eclipse, First Quarter
Where does the light go to escape? In search of answers, Daniel Huete and Natthaya Thaidecha set out to capture the uncertainty that lies dormant in their subconscious, amid pain and fear.
Jürgen Schadeberg has passed away
“Content, composition and training”, these are the components needed for a good photograph: Jürgen Schadeberg always spoke of this concept in numerous interviews – and he took countless good photos. He has now passed away at the age of 89.
Johanna-Maria Fritz: The circus in Dagestan
ONE PHOTO – ONE STORY
The photographer Johanna-Maria Fritz set out to discover the origins of tightrope walking, and ended up is a small Republic in northern Caucasia.
Micha Bar-Am: Happy 90th birthday!
His work is a reflection of the history of Israel. On August 26th, the Leica photographer celebrates his 90th birthday.
Book of the Month: Tatsuo Suzuki – Friction/Tokyo Street
Direct, raw, overwhelming: the viewer is immediately captivated by the manner in which this photo book conveys the frictional forces of the Japanese metropolis.
Keld Helmer-Petersen: 100 Years!
Keld Helmer-Petersen (1920-2013) was among the most influential Danish photographers of the 20th century. Above all, it was his work with colour that contributed to an independent, artistic perception of the medium.
Franck Bohbot: Forever Young
A summer in pastels: the pictures taken by Franck Bohbot at a French water park move between dream and reality, like the memories of his own youth.