Introducing a photobook that documents the visual manifestations of Soviet propaganda in public space.
What kind of photography is “straight,” and why it was supposed to be so universal?
Latvian artist uses herself in her works to highlight existential topics such as aging, gender and relationships.
Hungarian photographer is dealing with the visual language of contemporary Christian communities.
Polish photographer tries to capture the subconsciousness of people in Latvia and former USSR states.
FK is continuing to introduce the most interesting photography books published in Latvia in the previous century.
Photographers, designers and curators pick their favourite photobooks by East European photographers.
Russian photographer uses nearly forgotten cameras to achieve a subtle feel of the very recent past.
Belarusian photographer uses vernacular photography to discover the time caged in these pictures.
Latvian photographer is creating a series about teenagers who are learning how to be men.
FK introduces the most interesting photobooks published in Latvia in the 20th century.
Canadian photographer deals with her own family’s immigration heritage.