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Interview Judith Black

Can you tell us about your series Pleasant Street? Why did you decide to photograph your family members? What did it get you at the time? Was it also to mark a period that seemed

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Interview Jef Bonifacino

Can you describe the series « Natasha »? I started by making a series of portraits/interviews of Belarusian journalists and artists, then I photographed Minsk, then the country. I met Natasha during my first stay in Minsk.

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Interview Ciro Battiloro

What is your project? My project focuses on the Rione Sanità’s life in its intimate and sweet fold. My images want to give back the best part of that flesh that can also be bestial.

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Interview Maria Lax

In a few words, what « Some Kind of heavenly fire » is about? Some Kind of Heavenly Fire is about UFO sightings in my remote home town in Northern Finland that happened in the 1960s. Strange