The Finnish photographer constructs photo series with a dream-like narrative that echoes with fairytales heard in childhood.
The UK-based Latvian photographer documents the consequences of the economic crisis in Latvia.
He was one of the first photo documentarians in Latvia after the WWII.
During the Soviet times, instead of cultivating “salon art”, the photographer Ugis Niedre took photographs of everyday life in the countryside.
Latvian photographer portrays life models and various open-air role-play characters.
The photographer’s childhood town of Kuldiga has laid the foundation for the series Childhood Is Like a Loaded Gun.