Photo by Olga Matveeva
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Feud

Russian photographer creates an intimate diary in Ukraine’s Crimea, which was annexed by Russia last year.

Alexey Naumchik. From the series "Y Minsk"
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Y Minsk

Belarusian photographer is constructing another image of his country, detached from the conditionality of the perception context.

Christopher Nunn. Kalush, 2013. "A Row of Bones"
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A Row of Bones

British photographer documents Ukraine during rising political tensions, the peak of revolution and the descent into war.

Anka Sielska. From the series "Salix Polaris"
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Salix Polaris

A journey to the Polish Polar Station, Hornsund on Spitsbergen.

Maria Gruzdeva. Red Star Monument, Severodvinsk, Arkhangelsk region. From the series “The Borders of Russia”
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The Borders of Russia

Documentary study of the Russian border exploring the connection between the disturbance of territorial boundaries, identities and collective memory.

Alberto Lizaralde. From the book "everything will be ok"
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everything will be ok

The chronicle of a journey that starts with an emotional collapse and ends, through a long healing walk, with the assumption that after all life is always worth the struggle.

Yusuf Sevincli. From the series "Good Dog"
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Good Dog

Turkish photographer wanders through Istanbul, creating an intimate and nostalgic diary.

Mariela Sancari. From the series "Moisés"
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Moisés

A typology of portraits of men in their 70´s, the age that photographer’s father would be today if he were alive.

Virgílio Ferreira. From the series "Being and Becoming"
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Being and Becoming

Portuguese photographer is interested in emigration and how it transforms ones identity.

Aleix Plademunt. From the series "Almost There"
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Aleix Plademunt

The project Almost There explores time and distance by taking these notions to extreme directions.