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Atelier Olschinsky: Belek, Turkey Series
This beautiful and haunting new series by Atleier Olschinsky suggests a strange and mysterious Turkey with images not normally associated with this country so full of color and life. This stillness is a completely different side to a magical country, which

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Nick Knight: Flora
Nick Knight: renaissance man encompassing so many talents and gifting them to us through his constantly evolving, ever curious and varied work. Brave enough to delve in humanities darkest psyches and patient enough to spend over three and a half years in the herbarium of London’s Natural History Museum mapping the historical movement of flora […]

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Misha Gordin Crowd Series
Misha Gordin, who grew up in Soviet-occupied Latvia in the 1950s and graduated as an aviation engineer but never worked as such, turned his efforts instead to a manner of self expression in line with some of his heroes: Dostoevsky, Bulgakov, Tarkovsky and Parajonov.  In a moment clear as day, at 26 years of age, […]

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Nick Frank Vision of the Munich Subway
By now you should be aware of our love for Nick Frank’s photography, his very graphic and colorful architectural shots are just perfect, at least in our eyes. Here is a futuristic vision of the Munich subway looking like something out of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’

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Delaney Allen’s Self Portraits Series
Delaney Allen‘s self portraits are intriguing, never showing his subjects’ faces entirely. His photographs are not so much traditional portraits but evocations of his journeys, mindset, interests, and experiments. Revealing through concealing, delineating through obscuring, faces are masked, bodies camouflaged, and romantic landscapes blurred through