Justyna Mielnikiewicz, from the series "Shared Sorrows, Divided Lines"
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Justyna Mielnikiewicz

Her stories from the conflict territories question about the belonging, political borders and human nature.

Roman Drits. From the series "Paradies", 2011
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Roman Drits

Latvian photographer has captured unknown people that he virtually met over various chats on the internet.

Rafal Milach. Pervouralsk. From "7 Rooms".
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Rafal Milach

Seven years and seven stories – Polish photographer portrays contemporaries in Russia.

Sasha Rudensky. Red Square, 2010. From ''Novij Mir''.
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Sasha Rudensky

Her project Novij Mir is like a meditation on the contemporary Russia.

Olof Jarlbro. From the series "Nepal & Mao"
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Olof Jarlbro

Swedish photographer goes back to Nepal over and over again to make his photographic projects.

Léonie Hampton. From "In the Shadow of Things"
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Léonie Hampton

A French photographer living in London portrays her mother who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Céline Clanet. Ole Ailo sleeping on reindeer skin, Máze, 2005. Fragment
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Céline Clanet

The French photographer works in Lapland, absorbing and following the Sámi lifestyle and culture.

Michal Chelbin. Alicia, Ukraine, 2005
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Michal Chelbin

Her interest in photography is related to portrait and the reflection of contrasts through it.

Irina Yulieva. From the series "Tender age"
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Irina Yulieva

The Russian photographer has photographed her teenage daughter and her daughter’s friends.

© Anni Leppälä. Reading, 2010
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Anni Leppälä

The Finnish photographer constructs photo series with a dream-like narrative that echoes with fairytales heard in childhood.

© Tina Remiz. Tram nr. 6, Riga, 2011
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Tina Remiz

The UK-based Latvian photographer documents the consequences of the economic crisis in Latvia.

Dominiks Gedzjuns. Railway station in Riga, late 1950-ies
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Dominiks Gedzjuns

He was one of the first photo documentarians in Latvia after the WWII.