Untitled, 1956. © Vivian Maier/Maloof Collection, Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
/ Ieva Raudsepa / Blog

Vivian Maier – Still Missing

Recent movie has reawakened the discussion around Vivian Maier – the nanny/photographer from Chicago discovered a couple of years ago.

Lars Tunbjork. Lawyers office, New York, 1997
/ Arnis Balčus / Blog

Riga Photomonth begins

Exhibitions, artist talks, a portfolio review, self-publishing events, film screenings and other activities in a new photo festival in Riga.

Photo by Jānis Knāķis
/ Jānis Knāķis / Blog

Rēzekne – 1986

“I was a young photographer who was sent to photograph the best Young Communists of the region.”

Photo - Anastasia Taylor-Lind/VII
/ Anastasia Taylor-Lind / Blog

Women of the Cossack Resurgence

The English photographer documents the Cossack resurrection in Caucasus, Russia and Crimea, Ukraine.

Nihad, member of a street gang in Sarajevo. Photo - Matteo Bastianelli
/ Matteo Bastianelli / Blog

The Bosnian Identity

“It hasn’t been easy growing up in Bosnia. Children there have had to grow up quickly.”

Photo - Gianpaolo La Paglia
/ Gianpaolo La Paglia / Blog

An Unexpected End

Abandoned horses is another unexpected consequence of the economic recession in Ireland.

Marja Pirilä. Tiina and Mika, 2002, Tampere
/ Hannu Vanhanen / Blog

Backlights of Finland

What is going on in Finnish photography besides the Helsinki School?