Photo by Roman Korovin
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Roman Korovin

The Latvian photographer has published a book and organised a solo show in Riga.

Brian Ulrich. From the series "Retail"
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Brian Ulrich

American photographer has spent ten years reflecting in his work on consumerist society.

Marco Del Maso. Gambler in her room
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The Gambler

Italy is the first country in the European rankings and third in the world among those who play more.

Birgit Püve. Masha. By the Lake
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Birgit Püve

She studies people living around the lake Peipus and makes portraits of average Estonians.

Richard Rowland. From the series "Mumbai - a modern life"
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Richard Rowland

British photographer is interested in the correlation of the world’s economy and urban landscape.

Lara Gasparotto
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Lara Gasparotto

Belgian photographer documents the daily lives of her friends in a seemingly simple and intimate manner.

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.