Exhibitions: Upcoming

Lost in Tunis
Photo exhibition by Claudia Corrent. 23 October – 7 November 2017.
The World Knows Us, Because We Kill Lions
Photo exhibition by Adrien Blondel. 1 – 15 November 2017. When out of their territories, Maasais identify each other through little details on the person, often times a bead bracelet or a missing front tooth. These serve as a form
L’inachevé (The Unfinished)
Photo exhibition by Julien Lombardi. 8 - 22 November 2017. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Armenia has been making the transition between the old order and a new political project that has yet to be achieved. With difficulty,
Connecting Flows
Photo exhibition by Domina Apostolidou. 16 – 30 November 2017. A look, a real moment with someone you know or dont know, this pecious intimacy, can be very influential to me. Being open to life. That is what motivates my
Terra Drama
Photo exhibition by Kyriakos Michailidis. 23 November – 7 December 2017. The Terra Drama project is about landscapes that surround me in terms of geographic proximity, which are not always there, waiting for my camera to capture them. They are
Quel Pedra (That Stone)
Photo exhibition by Pauliana Valente Pimentel. 1 – 15 December 2017. There is a legend in Mindelo, in the island of São Vicente, which says that those who sit on a specific stone in the neighborhood of Font Flip, will
Degeneration
Photo exhibition by Richard Chivers. 8 – 22 December 2017. The objective of Degeneration was to take a critical look at the state of housing and regeneration in the 21st Century, and the implications and complex nuances this may have
Hydrangea Etc.
Photo exhibition by Linda Brownlee. 23 December 2017 – 7 January 2018. Arriving on the Island this time, I noticed the Hydrangea. Bold and colourful. Dotted throughout in various shades of white, blue, pink, red and purple, I followed this
Poetry from the Edge
Photo exhibition by Pavel Pětroš. 8 – 22 January 2018. Most of my photos are made in Ostrava city, Czech Republic. City with coal mining history. With heavy industry. City where I studied university and where I work. City that
Postcards from Anthropocene
Photo exhibition by Alessandro Zanoni. 16 – 31 January 2018. A visual journey into the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region depicting the transformation of urban areas driven by the profound Chinese process of economic and social change, the photo series reveals
Where is Home?
Photo exhibition by Tolis Chatzignatiou. 23 January – 7 February 2018. Beyond a physical construction, the four walls that ensure our privacy and safety, home holds an inner hypostasis. Home is where we find our balance and experience belonging.
Whispering Souls
Photo exhibition by Stanley Bloom. 8 — 22 February 2018. Whispering Souls seeks to trigger our consciousness, the awakening of the senses and the spirit, while experiencing life.
Ce Qu’il Restera
Photo exhibition by Guillaume Tomasi. 23 February – 7 March 2018. Each species on Earth can disappear at any time, yet we still have difficulty to imagine that we can also become an endangered species. Our pace of life is
The Longest Day
Photo exhibition by Dia Takácsová. 8 — 22 March 2018. Travelling to the Arctic is an interesting feeling: one is trying to be prepared as much as possible, but on the other hand we feel that you cannot be ready
Cold Turkey
Photo exhibition by Stefania Orfanidou. 23 March — 7 April 2018. Silence. The steep naked mountains mesmerize me. I stay still. My thoughts get paralyzed. Frozen images from the past cross my mind. Everything seems like a well-orchestrated theater in
English Journey
Photo exhibition by John Angerson. 8 — 22 April 2018. Travelling to the Arctic is an interesting feeling: one is trying to be prepared as much as possible, but on the other hand we feel that you cannot be ready
Zona
Photo exhibition by Carl de Keyzer. 23 April — 7 May 2018. This whole project started in 2000 when there was a Magnum show in Krasnoyarsk. It was part of a Soros Foundation project to organize exhibitions in the former
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