The Family of No Man

About Artists
Reconstruction Roll 3
Camila Mora Scheihing
Giclée print - 100cm x 120cm
The devil (El diablo)
Liza Ambrossio
Some time ago I decided to change my life in the most extraordinary way possible. I looked in and without intending it I remembered the phrase with which my mother said goodbye the last time I saw her at sixteen years old - "I wish you well, and believe me I hope you?ll become strong and brave, so you can be merciless when the time comes to destroy your body and crush your soul the next time we see each other"- After an overwhelming emotional breakdown, I started this series of images intermingling with pictorial canvases and photographs of my family archive to impel the observer to immerse themselves in my psychology I stumble, but in the same way freeing myself, finding their lascivious looks, my fear of touch and the instinctive repulsion that represents for me the concept of "family". In "The rage of devotion" I discover that although I look, I don?t want to see, because what lives inside me, looks and it is completely monstrous.
Phasma #1
Benedetta Casagrande
In 2002 I lost my older brother, Alex, to a motorcycle accident. I was nine years old, the youngest of my siblings - to me, today, there is less mystery in his death than in his lifehood. Because of my young age and lack of memory, Alex is a brother I loved and only met half-way, a half-brother, whom I half-knew. In my strive to re-discover my brother, the darkroom as a site of search for those whom we love and lost; the loved body fluctuates in the darkness like a vision, close, but perpetually beyond reach. This impossible journey begins by exploring images of his childhood, during which I was not born yet and that I did not witness.
what are you doing forever
paula rae gibson
she so emotionally awake and smart, always
04 EMILIEARFEUIL
emilie arfeuil
No title
Oikeiôsis - study of introspection -
Maria Libera Palena
Nicco. In stoic ethics, oikeiôsis is a term translated as "appropiation", "familiarization", "affinity". This word denotes the sense of belonging.
left eye
Gita Cooper-van Ingen
Recurring in the series are images of eyes, the gaze, whether open or closed.
position, left hand on neck
Gita Cooper-van Ingen
This is a crop of a portrait I took which was published through der Greif (issue 7) and online. By cropping the work, I attempt to revisit the same images and create new instances of these images through their altered framing.
1939: against myself
Karla Guerrero
"Our memory is our coherence, our reason, our feeling, even our action. Without it, we are nothing... Our imagination and our dreams are forever invading our memories; and since we are all apt to believe in the reality of our fantasies, we end up transforming our lies into truths." Luis Bu?uel: My last sigh, 1985, p. 3 In 1939 was the year in which my grandmother born, she now has 79 and dementia. With this project, I aim to explore the relationship between memory and image, in which the visual language is distorted, repeated and regresses without the initial authenticity. Dedicated to the more than 44 million people around the world affected by Alzheimer and dementia diseases, and to their caregivers common known as family.
Precaution
Roisin White
Lay Her Down Upon Her Back is a body of work that examines the legacy of the 1880s treatment known as The Rest Cure. It was generally prescribed to women who were deemed to be of nervous disposition, anemic, or hysterical, and involved them spending up to two months on bed rest, over-feeding, isolation and electrocution. This treatment has since been discredited, but its legacy in women?s healthcare remains today. The Rest Cure cultivated mistrust in women?s pain and discomfort, and made the female patient solely dependent on her male doctor. The method in which the Rest Cure was administered solidified power relations between doctor and patient and ensured that she would be submissive to her treatment.
AT THIS HOUR
PIPPA HEALY
Where does your mind wander in your final hours? Which experiences are revisited as we lay on our death bed? ?At This Hour? explores memories and their role in the final moments of life. If you could return to a place or a person in your last days, where would you go? What would you choose to experience one last time? Might a painting or a favourite place be something, or somewhere, you would like to revisit? As we reflect on the memories built up over a lifetime, some have emotional resonance above all others. Some are there until our very last breath. This project was inspired by the 'Stitching Ambulance Wens' charity in Holland. This charity fulfil dying patients last wishes and enable them to experience a moment or place significant to them for the very last time. After speaking to families and researching the main areas people want to revisit. I then reimagined and photographed these journeys myself .
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Hilde Pank
daily training
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Hilde Pank
ancesters
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Citlalli Espinoza Barr?n
"You and I" part of the Transfiguration project by Citlalli EB
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Citlalli Espinoza Barr?n
"Family 2" part of the Transfiguration project by Citlalli EB
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6-1 On Pain
Dialoghi italiani or fragilty of memory
Alessia Rollo
I was fascinated about the quantity of the portrait about a woman, probably the wife of this unknown family The images of the album have been re-photographed and decomposed into something even more partial.
Omens
Elena Helfrecht
A mother.
Omens
Elena Helfrecht
A field of dead sunflowers discovered by my mom, reminding her of me.
Object in possession of Policarpo Ram?n G?mez at the moment of his death
Natalia Cortesi
Object in possession of Policarpo Ram?n G?mez at the moment of his death: Half a cigarette. Lighter. Pack of cigarettes. Official whistle. Holster. Address book. Leather gloves. Wallet with 20 pesos.
Here I Am. Granny is waiting for me with a bird on her shoulder
Nieves Mingueza
This series titled ?Here I Am? shows a sensitive, low-key portrait of childhood autism. With the help of minimal poetry I'm linking images with a wide range of deep emotions, feelings and thoughts. Here I Am Automatic language. Poet?s heart. Growing up on a swing. Flying like a bird. Playground. Sound. Song. Loving the smell of books. Drawing. Puzzling out emotions. Well done. I got it. Switch off the light. The proper distance with the group. Unique. One. School. She said that I am a little fish. Swimming. Giving. Giving. Tears are in her eyes. I put my tiny hands on her eyes. White fog and deep sea and dark rocks. Home. When I sleep I become a plant. Love you, mummy. X364 X364 X364 Off the cuff. Granny is waiting for me with a bird on her shoulder. This means that over 695.000 people in the UK may be autistic. If you include their families, autism is a part of daily life for 2.8 million people. It?s a gold day. I wrote a poem with just three words: Here I Am.
02 Out Of Plain Sight
Tammy Law
Roughly 1-2% of the Australian population have some form of Alopecia. Michelle uses her writing as a way to share her experiences of the autoimmune condition through humour and comedy.
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Carolina Cardich
The photographic project Bardo refers to the space-time in which separates the living from the dead, an intermediate state between the known and the unknown. Finitude is inherent in the human condition. The incorporeal and ephemeral manifest themselves when the transformation occurs.
The Eighth King #3
charlotte vignau
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Katie with Aura
Barbara Diener
This photograph was created using an Oldfield filter invented by Harry Oldfield. It is supposed to capture ?spiritual photonic interference? and it visually references aura photography.
Asthma
Krystle Ricci
Theo has suffered with breathing difficulties since he was three weeks old and has spent many winters in hospital. I asked him to show me what it feels like when he cant breath.
Late night hospital visits
Celine Marchbank
One of the multiple late night hospital visits when Mum was having treatment or admitted.
Me in Wales, 1984.
Celine Marchbank
Me in Wales, 1984.
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nina viviana cangialosi
10. diptych: a. The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist by Caravaggio (Valletta - Malta) (detail) / b. The Unicorn Fountain, on the right side of St. John?s Co-cathedral, 1820 by Mariano Gerada (Valletta - Malta)
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Naroa  Perez
Liquid emulsion print curtain, 110cmx72cm backlight. Print on organdie fabric transparent fabric. For to Boym ?Reflexive nostalgia cherishes shattered fragments of memory and space:? This was the starting point of my research to find new surfaces to print thoughts and take them out of myself: A transparent fabric that looks like paper which in touch seems a perfect analogy to skin, a surface both strong not to be damaged but also very delicate to handle, a surface approachable but complex just like a map of life.? ? ? ?I depict cactus because it is one of the rare elements that looks distinctively beautiful at sight but cannot be touched. This is an analogy to traumatic or hard memories that we carry with us and we hope to overcome or erase from our mind?.?
Matilda Rope
Julie Williams
The grave of Matilda Rope lies in the Hartley Vale Cemetery near Lithgow NSW Australia. She died in 1852 aged 14 years. Nothing more is known of her. During colonisation, the white settlers of Sydney in the 1800?s gradually moved west in search of more land to inhabit. It meant migration over and through the formidable Blue Mountains to the western plains of NSW. Small cemeteries throughout the mountain villages contain early settler graves; Matilda Rope?s grave is the only Rope family name in the Hartley Vale and nearby historic cemeteries. How and where she died exactly is a mystery. The lines of satin ribbon around the hem of the dress sit like fencing - a declaration of ownership, a symbol of the taking of land from the indigenous people of Australia.
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Natalie Efinger
left image: digital image, 2018, RGB, Fine Art print 50cm x 50cm right image: analog medium format, 2015, Fine Art print, 50cm x 50cm Total length of diptych max. 115cm
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Yang Zhou
Grandma in mirror.
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Masayo Matsuda
The work is inspired by gender trauma, based on sexually charged images of under-aged girls that are on sale at the Japanese media market. The girls in the images are almost like objects, the vessels of the fantasies of male viewers and devalued through the media market and mass production. However this also reflect the female role within the current Japanese society and the certain pressure which the female being facing. Even in some degree, the female in Japanese society are expected to be a doll, a puppet, or a vessels of the sexual fantasies of male desire. The work tries to rase the artist's questions around the female role and it project how artist see herself objectively within the Japanese society as female artist.
05 L' Ospite - Luna Coppola
luna coppola
July 29, 2012 / two days after the transplant. The Host and me
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Paula Teller
Find 58: petrified skin
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Joan Lobis Brown
"Women of an UNcertain Age: Indomitable Baby Boomers Challenging Cultural Norms" is a portraiture series with accompanying text from interviews, that focuses on American baby boomer women of diverse ethnicities, religion, sexual identities, professions and socioeconomic backgrounds. Baby boomer women, those born between 1945 and 1964, were the first generation to expect that they could "have it all" - equality, family, careers, fitness, health and wealth; there were no limitations. Now, as these women enter their mid-50s, 60s and 70s, they face a unique set of challenges: growing older in a youth-oriented society while continuing to enjoy meaningful and evolved lives. Simply by going about their lives, these amazing women challenge cultural norms and are a testament to the American character, courage, vitality and spunk.
Fallen Grace #2
Patricia  Rodas
Finland is the European Unions second most violent country for women. Almost every second woman living in Finland has experienced physical or sexual violence, one or both. About one third of those have been subjected to violence by their partner or expartner. In other word 47%of women living in Finland has experienced violence.
Lares Familiares V
Sonia Lenzi
Temporary Installation, Lar V, Marco's shrine.
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Dana Ysol
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Nomonde
Miora Rajaonary
Nomonde Olive Langa, 21 y.o., is HIV negative. She is a Central Technical College student. She enrolled in CAPRISA's PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) study, and has had access to free ARV (antiretroviral) pills to reduce her risks of HIV infection. She has a boyfriend with whom she has a 2 year old baby, and sporadicaly uses condoms "because it feels better without it". He cheated on her last year. She decided to stay with hom but joined the study to "protect herself" as she does not fully trust him anymore.
Illusions of reality (2)
Marija Zindovi_
Inspired by a series of photographs called "Chessmen" by dutch photographer Erwin Olaf. With deliberate lack of color, space, time and sometimes even the motion in the picture, no obvious visual identity of the models, as well as directed, mostly central composition, intentionaly denuded actors, I want to draw attention to their own internal, and general fears, frustrations and pain by putting them in direct communication with the viewer.
Jill, Reclaim
Kate Peters
When someone actually says, ?You have cancer?, the world rocks for a minute. Once I found out my cancer had spread I decided to have a full mastectomy. I wasn?t interested in reconstruction, so I thought I would have a tattoo instead. It was the perfect pretext to get the tattoo I always wanted.
Ready?
Ang?lique de Place
When getting ready for the umpteenth time for surgery become a ritual: undress, take your antiseptic shower, shave, put your cap, gown and hygiene slippers.
Stones
Giorgia Avella
Seemed to be light, but time make it weight
Miss you no more 4 Weina Li
Weina Li
The skin of avocado was peeled off before we went off to the trip in US, it left there as it is when I came back, but the people under the roof are never the same again
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Margarita Khatmullina
My hand is like a helpless, newborn child.
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Marija Milovanovic Maksimovic
"Overrated privacy"
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Wan Chee Chan
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Daughter with Father and Sisters
Rebecca Simons
Annika 2018 with her dad and sisters 1961 - Annika felt rejected by her father and a disappointment for being born a girl. Her father divorced her mother when she was four years old, he remarried and adopted a son. Annikas daughter was sexually harassed by her father as a teenager. This portrait is produced for the multimedia project ?Letter of the Past? on sexual abuse within the family. The project aims to open a more nuanced dialogue on sexual abuse by focusing on the complex feelings and relationships that emerge when the perpetrator is a family member.
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Elena Lola
The boy
Support
Romana Halgosova
"Support, is that you?" I wish you were (still) here (with me).
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Giulia Vanelli
The land of Lemons
Bruise
Catherine Evans
The result of pressure on the surface of the skin, a bruise continually shifts in colour and shape, slowly fading until no mark is left.
SEPTEMBER SONG: Mum and her Colostomy Bag
Heather McDonough
SEPTEMBER SONG: And the days turn to gold As they grow few September, November And these few golden days I'd spend with you The complete series of photographs charts the very short journey from diagnosis of ovarian cancer to death, from September 2009 to January 2010. My mother died aged only sixty six. Included in the series are interiors detailing the winter light coming through the windows of the house, while she was still alive. My mother would sing this song to her cat and he would swoon back to her.
02 Asphyxia
Kelly Skoularioti
Digital photography with digital editing.
I Believe and Live
Nadezhda Pavlova
The first image is of a woman who is sitting with crossed arms, naked. The next day she is having a second breast cancer operation. Her body will never be the same again, her life will change forever. She knows what she will be facing; she has already done it once
Gaping #6
Tata Gorian
A man from Moscow suburbs took his wife to the forest and chopped off her hands. A month before the tragedy this woman made an official complaint to the law enforcement but the policeman only had a ?preventive conversation? with her husband._
Fetus and child
Shiva Lynn Burgos
Nakwa is fascinated by the fetus of a butchered pregnant wild pig.
I Believe and I Live
Nadezhda Pavlova
In the third, the pose is still the same, but her breast is missing, a large scar with stitches just taken out has replaced it. In each photograph, she carries a big cross-made of base metal which is 200 years old. She has always worn it. Has always believed in the happy end, in the good in people, that you must accept your fate as part of your path and not as a punishment. Is not afraid of being mortal. She leaves behind herself a lot of love and belief. Her faith is contagious; some viewers can even feel it. Others find the photographs shocking, technically inadequate and compositionally inapt.
Descomposition
Clara Conill
On what we have been and in what we turn into the moment of dying.
023 MB HasardAnticipe Brother and sister
Marina Black
Brother & Sister
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MARIA Sanz Martin
From the project Under the skin
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Daria Prokofyeva
Hospital. Noon
Michaela Smoking
Crisia Miroiu
Michaela struggles to cope with her father's death
murder
Maria Przybylska
Murder of a Lithunian guy. View from my bedroom window.
Clemos, Mirror, Sun and Lily
Jillian Freyer
Lily in the yard with the sun and shadow of summer bloom on her face.
Untitled (me, with hair)
Jessa Fairbrother
Self portrait as burned photographic print. Image is documentation of original object.
Choked
Jady Bates
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03 KINDERWUNSCH
Ana Casas Broda
Ana. Playroom V
Letters from Limbo
Katie Longley
Cyanotype of the ashes of my doctors letters
Fade
Anne-Laure Autin
Pigment ink print, bandage, my blood.
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Sina Niemeyer
You.
Bestiario Encuentro Zorra y Arpia
Gabriela Rivera Lucero
Encuentro entre Zorra y Arpia, encounter between fox and harpy, portrait with masks made of cow entrails.
Los no lugares
B?rbara  Traver
Self-portrait in one of the houses I lived.
my mother`s house II
Sara? Ojeda
Photograph of my mother's house. From the series: where you can not see me.
Croagh Patrick
Olivia Harris
An anti abortion campaigner recites the Eucharist with a priest at the summit of holy mountain Croagh Patrick. Picture shot in County Mayo on August 26, 2017. Photo credit should read: Olivia Harris, supported by the International Women's Media Fund (IWMF)
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Z?non Sophie
Capuchin (the 9)
Loop
Claudia Fuggetti
Gaps is an ongoing project about social interactions and technology addiction. The "gaps" are metaphorically represented by gradients, as doors to another dimension or nowhere. Photography could be produced anywhere, what counts are the subjects and their decontextualisation. The gesture of photographing becomes a social act, a representation of a humanness that seeks interaction: always however, through a filter. "Societies have always been shaped more by the nature of the media by which men communicate than by the content of the communication"(Marshall McLuhan).
Body Editor
Ewa Doroszenko
While the Internet can seem like a place disconnected from our physical worlds, much of the activity that occurs there deeply affects how we feel about things outside of it. Modern technology very often make women dissatisfied with what they see in the mirror. There is disconnection between how we are perceived, how we want to be perceived and who we actually are. Using different beauty apps, we could smooth out, contour our faces, add a few inches in height, and use many more of the options. You only need a few simple steps, then you can get a perfect body! The editor is fantastic, simple and it is only virtual. In this series I try to challenge our trust of digitally constructed imagery in the context of our post-photographic era. The images are inspired by the failures and bugs in beauty apps, where unnatural bodies distort. I have used photography as a starting point, alongside digital tools to create contorted images that showcase our obsession with virtual facades.
Body Editor
Ewa Doroszenko
While the Internet can seem like a place disconnected from our physical worlds, much of the activity that occurs there deeply affects how we feel about things outside of it. Modern technology very often make women dissatisfied with what they see in the mirror. There is disconnection between how we are perceived, how we want to be perceived and who we actually are. Using different beauty apps, we could smooth out, contour our faces, add a few inches in height, and use many more of the options. You only need a few simple steps, then you can get a perfect body! The editor is fantastic, simple and it is only virtual. In this series I try to challenge our trust of digitally constructed imagery in the context of our post-photographic era. The images are inspired by the failures and bugs in beauty apps, where unnatural bodies distort. I have used photography as a starting point, alongside digital tools to create contorted images that showcase our obsession with virtual facades.
#mybodymypost
Ana Lourdes Herrera Peralta
Technology in our everyday activities (bathtub)
Harbali 3
Poline Harbali
Damascus road
Your Reservation Is Confirmed - Skipping
Yushi Li
In the project Your Reservation Is Confirmed, I rent the ?ideal? home through the online hospitality service Airbnb, and book the ?ideal? man through the Internet to construct my ?ideal? images. In order to expand my investigation of the gaze, I put myself inside the photograph to create a more dynamic relationship between the looked-at object, the viewer and the third party that is looking at the viewer. By creating these intimate encounters with male strangers and bringing these instant illusions of the desired life out of the digital screen, my work tries to play with the power relationship inherent in the gaze, and to question the commodification of our desire and the distinction between representations and individual subjects in an era of rapid social change.
befangen-breast
Sonja Trabandt
breasts without nipples - 20x30cm framed archival pigment print on Hahnem?hlePhotorag
The More Times It Happened The Less Entertaining It Became
Amy Helminiak
Digital Print on Dibond 40?x40"
To search for the purple fish
Ramona Guntert
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Karin Crona
"Duckface" is the meeting between a series of nude self portraits, and a pile of women?s magazines from fifty years ago. It's the invitation to a burlesque dance, where I use clippings from vintage magazines to play with female stereotypes in a subtle way.
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Charlotte Lybeer
from the series "Epidermis II"
Gilbert
Charlotte Lybeer
from the series "Epidermis II"
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Kristian Smith
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Data
Marjolaine Gallet
Hard drive containing scans of my father's photographic archives photographed in front of an image taken by him.
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SARAI MARI
I have always been consumed by . I suffered with the obsession of being attacked by someone. On dark streets, in closed rooms, and in elevators - my fear hides in the darkness with me, lurking as an invisible predator waiting to ambush me. I?m often fearful of being attacked, even when I know it won?t happen. I feel panic, along with fear. What is really scary is not the thought of a physical predator outside, but my own delusion, that which lives inside of me. I have often thought that I was the only one who existed in the world, and everyone else who lived outside of my world was in a parallel universe living by different times and realities. What is the meaning of my existence and the world we live in?
Pixels
Line Matson
The colours of the digital images are being set through calibrations. I have made an image out of the colours that comes out of the printer.
Lemon gamma
Line Matson
I was in the studio and tried to photograph a contrasted motif when I noticed how the camera didn't want to read the colours as I do. The only colour that is true in this image is the ink splash that still, when in contact of the fake blue background, becomes different.
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Gretchen Grace
Pigment Print 12"x18"
television
Jordanna  Kalman
Archival Inkjet Print
No Liberty
Laura Schmidt-Niederhoff
Statue covered with moss next to a roller dam. The statue holds a spindle in her right hand, symbol of the once successful textile industry in Augsburg.
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Evgeniya Sterlyagova
Exhibition in Minecraft
Photosite 001
Lisa McCarty
Digital Image Captured Via Microscope
Courtney Born Nowhere
lais pontes
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150268944001774&set=a.463136386773.253329.619241773&type=1&theater
Hand-Light
Cheyne Moses
The fragility of life.
Random Access Memories
Megan Paetzhold
Random Access Memories
Materia Barionica 6
EVA VIDAL
Linoleum floor.
Online Forever
Marieke van der Oordt
A young colourful lady working on her laptop in the subway in NYC. She didn't pay attention to what was happening around her. She seemed very comfortable in her skin, which cauhgt my attention.
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Lucero Del Castillo
Paracosmos
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Prasheila Lookhar
Grandmother and granddaughter keeping themselves occupied, while waiting for mom to get home.
Moulage eines Kindes
Tabita Hub
Part of the series ?Kr?wa?
I Fall In Love With Everyone 9
Nora Smith
The sexcams are like our dildo ; we use them to get us excited to do new things.
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Alicia Caldera
The body of the women has been defined by a plastic culture and technology contributes to its dematerialization
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hilde smetsers
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Untitled
Kasia Gumpert
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Kasia Gumpert
Untitled
untitled (stage 2)
Ashley Gillanders
dimensions: 30" x 40", from the series "Views from the Apron"
Masturbation, London, June
Victoria Fornieles
Unique hand printed c-type photogram 8 x 10 inches
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Kelly Hussey-Smith
Another evening in Prahran
004.TMSV _Anatomical Theatre, Berlin
Francesca Catastini
n.n.
Untitled 001
Sanja Burns
Parking bay
Prodigal Son
Victoria Ridgway
Archival Print
Zuzana-Pustaiova Faces-of-Family-7
Zuzana Pustaiova
We live under one roof, but each of us have got own world. We live together but alone.
Lena #1
Jagoda Wisniewska
Lena with a curtain on her face, image from Czarna Madonna.
Sandra with Leon
Jagoda Wisniewska
Sandra with Leon, image from Czarna Madonna.
Baby Lena
Jagoda Wisniewska
Face of baby Lena crying, image from Czarna Madonna.
Lucy
Miriam Winsor
Lucy is one of a series of women who responded to my call for sitters who have recovered from perinatal mental health difficulties. Seen here pregnant with her third child, the portrait speaks of resilience and strength, encouraging the viewer to revere and respect Lucy in light of the difficulties she's overcome
Mother's Milk
Rocio de Alba Falk
1 of 10 Archival Pigment Print Mounted on acid free Foam-Core Framed 20 x 24 x 1.50" acid free wood painted white Covered with gallery exhibition glass (non glare/uv) Approximately 3 lbs Printed, mounted, signed, & numbered by artist on back of print
Frozen Families - Flower Pot
Britt Thomas
Frozen Families is a series of images created by photographing vintage family-themed children?s book pages frozen within ice. During in-vitro fertilization, embryos are cryogenically preserved ?on ice?. As my spouse and I experience repeated loss over nearly five years of battling infertility, we inevitably started to idealize the realities of raising children. These family portraits are a visual metaphor of our hopes and dreams, preserved and idealized, but compromised and destroyed as every endeavor to start our family ends unsuccessfully.
Frozen Families - Hide and Seek
Britt Thomas
Frozen Families is a series of images created by photographing vintage family-themed children?s book pages frozen within ice. During in-vitro fertilization, embryos are cryogenically preserved ?on ice?. As my spouse and I experience repeated loss over nearly five years of battling infertility, we inevitably started to idealize the realities of raising children. These family portraits are a visual metaphor of our hopes and dreams, preserved and idealized, but compromised and destroyed as every endeavor to start our family ends unsuccessfully.
Die Rede / The Speech
Franziska Ostermann
ANEN Die Rede / The Speech
Morganna Magee Teenage wildlfie-26
morganna magee
Teenage Bedroom detail
Sisters or strangers
Melissa Schriek
Somewhere in the streets of Berlin
Burnt nest
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Burnt nest. The family order has broken. It starts a new period.
Ver aviones pasar
Andrea Tejeda
This bridge in front of Mexico City's airport for years has been a spot where families gather on weekends to watch airplanes land and depart. Some of the viewers go every Sunday as part of the weekend leisure rituals that they have as a family.
Flat subject.
Lali Ayers
Coexistence in a cell.
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Alessandra Cal?
NDT, means "No Destructive Testing ". This is the wording put after the X-ray test, to indicate the method did not alter the object and the necessity to investigate did not affect the object integrity. Reported on the family genealogy level, the metaphor describes the approach of the artist who does not intends to modify the unfoldings about personal stories but observe them, cross them almost against the light, remembering their "roots" before projecting themselves into the future.
Present and Past
Anisleidy Martinez Fonseca
This is my grandmother Carmen Sajeras Lozano, an 85 years old daughter of Spanish emigrants, who came to Cuba in the 20's of the XX century to work in the sugars fields. She was born in Cuba.My grandma had a great memory and used to tells me a lot of stories, mostly of her youth, before the Cuban Revolution. She always remained nostalgic of those times. After some years making portraits of my grandmother this happens to be the last one. This portrait resume the story of her 85 years.
Untitled #4
Christine McFetridge
From 'The Winter Garden' series. Please see project description for further information.
My mother
Aletheia Casey
My mother poses for me on the beach at Callala Bay. The film became fogged, due to not loading it properly, and her neck and face became obscured. The image is a reflection on the secrets of the past and an exploration into hidden identities.
My mother, before her daily swim
Aletheia Casey
My mother before her daily swim. My mother has always been, and continues to be, one of the most inspiring and influential forces in my life. Mothering appeared to come naturally to her and her energy for it is remarkable. My mother?s own mother died before she turned two and her father rarely spoke of his wife again. The void left by my grandmother is almost tangible and this loss resonates throughout my mother?s life. When I had my own child I started to wonder about my maternal grandmother, who she was, where we came from as a family, and the influence of my unknown ancestors.
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Ana Zaragoza
View from home
Four Generaions
Katerina Kalogeraki
Ethel (mother 89 yrs old), Iris (daughter 57 yrs old), Susan (daughter 52 yrs old), Janet (daughter 50yrs old), Lorraine (37 yrs old, grandaughter and daughter of Iris), Orla (30yrs old, grandaughter and daughter of Susan), Lauren (great grandaughter and daughter of Lorraine 16yrs old), Jen (15yrs old, great grandaughter and daughter of Janet), Wills (13 yrs old, great grandson and son of Janet), Nathan (10yrs old, great grandson and son of Lorraine), Evan (12 yrs old, great grandson and son of Orla), Ryan (10yrs old, great grandson and son of Orla), Alex (7yrs old, great grandson and son of Orla).
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Jessica Wolfelsperger
Collage of my Father?s Family. Everybody has got something to hide. In this picture: My dad.
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Margaux Corda
Portraits de famille, fait ? partir d?images d?archive de mes parents. Je me suis mise en sc?ne ? partir de celles-ci en reprenant leurs poses et habits afin de mixer leurs images et les miennes pour en cr?er de nouvelles. Chaque image est un portrait de famille plus pouss?/pr?cis, une sorte de qu?te d?identit? ainsi qu?une d?monstration du patrimoine g?n?tique.
The house is draughty and usually quiet.
Laura Bivolaru
No one receives visitors and I don?t know anyone?s name. Someone is always at home, cooking or watching television. In the hallway, an unidentifiable smell envelops me. Old, wet wood, fried fish, scented candles, socks.
Untitled - from the series "In the room"
Francesca Cesari
Mika, Valerio and Anastasia
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qian han
I took some pictures in China in 2017, know the relationship of my family, my family separates 2 part, one part is my mother, we lived longer to be very close, and another is my father, he always worked in Beijing , we met very short, I always imagined how is their life, I pay attention to their life, with a strong and foreign emotion, I keep a relationship to be close and the shift
Close
Jennifer Maiotti
My daughter fastening a bracelet
Matrilinear #14
Elizabeth Claffey
Matrilinear is an ongoing series that addresses embodied memory and its relationship to personal, familial, and cultural identity. These images examine family folklore, ritual, and mnemonic objects passed down through generations of women. The photographs of each object reveal the physical remnants of a body long gone, including stains, tears, and loose thread from clothing that was kept close to the body for comfort and protection. The stitching and/or photographic representations are both a visualization and an expansion of stories shared as family lore. These interruptions also represent the deep influence of one?s familial past on personal identity and perceptions of the body.
The Family
Patrycja Paw_zowska
The Family is a family of portrait characters. The human face and body constitute a palette of emotions, memories and secrets. The starting point for The Family was disappointment, dissatisfaction of the image, the passage of time, choices and changes that follow as a result of taking action. Throughout my life I have been assimilating myself to the consequences conditioned by the choices made by myself, but it has also been a by-product of the others? approach. The foundation occurs only in the fusion with the Other. I recognise myself in the context of the other. "According to Martin Buber, it is a man himself to describe the relationship in which he interacts with other people, and the relationship itself allows him to define himself more efficiently". I will not know who I am until I meet the other who tells me about it. The identification appears to be the core of existence.
FAMILY
lesia Maruschak
This image says everything and while a straight shot of a vintage photo album its message is contemporary and poignant.
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mariane lima
Facade of my parents' house. My father started to build the house by himself when I was a child in the 90?s. The house is still under construction.
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Marta F?bregas
Colonized n? 05. Girl of low breed of India in 1900. Old Photography with mixed technique "Transphotography" and collage. Watercolor paper on canvas (120cm x 100cm) Unique piece.
Owen feeding the fake baby, Maine, 2015
Alex Nelson
As part of a high school health class assignment, my brother cared for a fake baby for a week.
My Boys and their Toys
Susan Belperio
These are my teenage sons, captured here with their respective boards, both preparing for a day at the beach. Another son should be standing in the blank space at the left in this photo, but he's still in the surf. These boys are fast, and they will usually only stop briefly for us parents to photograph them - my husband is with his favourite toy, also a camera, preparing to capture our sons and their boards. No surprises for guessing that Josh, portrayed here with his manuscript paper in hand, is a composer, drawing his inspiration here from the wild southern ocean beaches of South Australia. It is a stormy day, but nothing will stop Matthew from checking out the waves in his wetsuit.
Marius
Nanni Schiffl-Deiler
Marius is the brother of Anna
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Stiliani Anastasopoulou
grandfather
07 The sound of an Avalanche Elisa Giuliano
Elisa Giuliano
"I hope that a long kiss could be enough to compensate for my shortcomings, the same way your smiles are enough for me to everything just goes away.? Portrait and words of M, to Elisa. June 2017, Torino (TO). The sound of an Avalanche, ? Elisa Giuliano The sound of an avalanche is that soft sound that wakes me up every day. It's the teaching pain, the wounding aloofness. The fear of my ? sometimes missing ? present. My young glee, the old not-dying hopes. Your hugs when I meet you, and your kisses when I have to part. The desire to see you, even though you are here. It's the not-ending end. The trap, the fear of not surviving the avalanche. It's the coming-back past, and the coming days. It's my heart slowing down, and the voice becoming thin. It's me exploring myself. Losing and finding me again, as a never-ending loop.
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Jennifer Loeber
Lorelei, with her mother
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Kat Kotula
Pippa is a single mother, abandoned by her cheating husband. She recently lost her job. Her life now revolves around her two sons (6 and 9), one a diva and a showman, the other - suffering from autism. There is always so much going on in their small house. The boys demand constant attention. After each ?I hate you mum", "mummy, I love you" comes very swiftly. The house might be upside down, but the emotions between the three are in the right place. "We are from the heart" was Pippa?s answer when I asked how she was coping with all of this. Love, tenderness and sensuality are key in their everyday struggles. Here there is no home for negative feelings.
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Maria Petrenko
I took it as a rule to visit my grandmother at least once a week - this is almost the only thing that I do regularly. Grandmother changing clothes after a walk
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Mathilde Helene  Pettersen
From the series "I need a kiss before they leave"
Parents
Rannveig Einarsdottir
Wife and husband reflecting on their situation.
Comfort and pain
laramie shubber
Z's mother comforts her and rubs her shoulders as she experiences contractions
portrait
Svetlana Biryukova
my grandma's portrait
Leaving a mark, portraot of my Mother
sara marinangeli
This is a print (17x20 cm on Fabriano paper) from a metal plate previously etched. It shows the portrait of my Mother, during the day of her wedding in Italy, in 1980. This photography is for me like Roland Barthes' Winter Garden Picture, for me, it represents the real essence of my Mother and my way to remember Her.
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Ying Ang
Gold Coast, Australia
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Rachel Loischild
my new baby avi with my husband sleeping in the background exhausted from new parenthood
Becoming
Natasha Kelly
young girl with baloons in the front of her top
"Otto"
Martina Cemin
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Il primo tempo
Agnese Sbaffi
This is a research carried out in the dark with the help of a vague hope: to come across a secret._I?ve examined hours of old movies from my childhood, made by my parents, and I felt like I was almost there. Finally, my missing memories._In the dark of the projection I?ve digged up memories in the only form available of my past. I?ve really few memories from my childhood and they often correspond with photographs. Is my memory falsified? Photography does not make an event objective as it mechanically should, but rather rebuilds it personally. What I was looking for was another point of view.
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Fiona Bailey
Georgia - "It was so easy to deny, to persuade yourself that they will grow out of it. I did that for ages. Now she's 22 and of course she won't." Georgia's Mum, Tamara.
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Marilia DESTOT
In her family diaries ?la promesse? presented here, Marilia Destot shares fragments and memories of her own life, and we follow her introspective gaze from lover to mother. Like photographic haikus, she echoes intimate portraits with natural and animal elements, inspired by the visual poetry and fragility of family life, and let open to the viewer's wanderings.
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Adele Watts
From the series I remember
THEGREENER-elenasol-6
ELENA SANCHEZ SOLIS
the greener
Baby in Womb
Mari Masouridou
Part of the series The Nameless Dread.
My father sleeping, the death of my father
Alexandra Boaru
He is over 6 ft but now he is asleep. Fragile, almost like a fetus in utero.His heavy body has been flattened by the sleep phenomena. As he is, he is no longer my father, he is dead until he wakes up and be my father again.
Gold, birds
Mehves Lelic
Archival print on rag
Reddish water
Ayumi Tanaka
Series from "Wish You Were Here", Silver gelatin print.
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Catarina  Leone
Chryslais
antoniadou 03
Maria Antoniadou
D3
My Father
Amy Rockett-Todd
My Father, the Medaled Marksman.
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erica canepa
Davide, Roberta?s husband, uses his wife?s wheelchair to plays with their children and a friend. Roberta?s desease has always been part of the everyday family life.
Katherine knew Annie would be born with Down's syndrome
Fiona  Yaron-Field
?Safe Haven? is a series of portraits of pregnant women who know their baby will be born with Down?s syndrome. Despite the fact that 92% of women will abort a foetus diagnosed with the condition these women have chosen to continue their pregnancy. The development of a new completely non-interventionist test (NIPT), seems likely to increase the number of terminations. The implication of these tests could lead society to determine that those born with Down's syndrome are destined to be unhappy and that their lives are worthless. For me this is a debate about the society we are creating and the information we have to make these types of choices. These women shared a belief in an inclusive society and an acceptance of human difference.
no title
Fanny Harlan
Portrait my friend
Untitled
Karine Rou?
My child.
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BELA LIMENES
children playing in the street
IN BLOOM CALVELLI 0010
Eleonora Calvelli
Paolo and Moreno live in Florence. They have lived together for 18 years and they got married in Montreal in 2008. They have twins, Emma and Guido, born in 2009 in Canada through a surrogacy agreement which involves the donation of an egg by one woman and the placement of an embryo, following in vitro fertilization, in the uterus of another woman (surrogate). Paolo and Moreno have a great relationship with Becky, the surrogate, and her family, which they consider part of their extended family.
Annie, Audrie, and Tabor
Alyson Photography
Annie had Audrie when she was sixteen years old. At the time this photo was taken, Audrie was sixteen years old. Audrie helps take of Tabor, her younger half brother. They are pictured here in their backyard in Portland, OR.
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Kristina Jurotschkin
My cousin Yuri asked me to take this picture.
Routine.
Lauren Allen
routine: noun a sequence of actions regularly followed. Every Tuesday, my nan has her hair done. 10:00aam on the dot.
Emma and Jane
caroline MOLLOY
Black and white analogue - Formal studio style portrait
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Rocio Bueno
A representation of the family complexity, with an internal code that unites it, but which in many cases is indecipherable. It also represents the family nucleus and its origin.
Masuma
Kati Bruder
Masuma is 18 years old. She already has three children and lives with them alone in the Prosfygika building. She is a refugee from Afghanistan. She does not know if her husband is still alive. The other residents give her food for her children. Masuma is ashamed that she can't pay for food.
8Francesco and Jessica, just married ? July 2014
simona filippini
Francesco and Jessica, just married ? July 2014
Childhood IX
Patrycja Paj_k
Dangerous climbing
Untitled (Der Grosse Teich)
Maya Meissner
Left: Ivy playing dress up. Fairfax, CA. 1995. Right: Ivy cleaning out Grandma Emmy's house. Port Charlotte, FL. 2010.
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Paula L?pez Droguett
MATERNIDAD, by Paula L?pez Droguett "The first time I saw you, I knew that I was vulnerable again, that my death was already possible." Maternidad is a series of analogous, autobiographical photography in which I begin to photograph myself from my pregnancy to the first months of my son's life, in order to channel the tremendous energy of change to which biological motherhood confronts us. It is a violent, bodily, visceral reading of this first relationship: that of mother-child. It is about the transformation of the body as food, about the change of life -which will never be individual again-, about vulnerability and union -in the most primary sense-, union of body and blood.
Offerings for the New Year
Jamie Ho
On Chinese New Year's Eve and before the big dinner, my mother makes an offering for the New Year.
Minga bikers
Briony Campbell
Little Ora trying out her new quad with her step brothers and sister
Queer Sex Shoot
Jordyn  Doyel
Image #2
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Romy-Aliz?e Pantelidis
#1
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Romy-Aliz?e Pantelidis
#4
Amour. Chroniques d'une mort annonce_e-3
fanny rezig
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dana de luca
Untitled, from la petite mort
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dana de luca
Untitled, from la petite mort
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Romy-Aliz?e Pantelidis
#5
Anay Avoravu adoption
Yana Uvarova
Digital print 20x30
Virago
Veronica Viacava
The eggs are an obvious reference to sexual reproduction. In this case I aim to highlight the women's right to have sex for pleasure instead of doing it only for 'what we are meant to'. It's a common unspoken idea that women are not meant to enjoy sex as much as men do.
untitled #4, from the serie "Objetos parciales"
Laura Sussini
Gender/Sexuality. Digital photography.
self-love
Marta Zdulska
I think this guy on the right is missing a blanket. On the left cozy picture of me in Sardegna . On the right, this guy I love but she love his own shoes. What can you do. I spent a lot time with that image just to look at it. decorating it with a dry rose petals
scratch
Georgia Clemson
C-print
grasp
Georgia Clemson
C-print
Engaged with light #2
Esther Flytkj?r
Scanned 35 mm pinhole photograph
Jasko and Lina
Camilla Storgaard Larsen
Jasko and Lina, two feminist porn actresses in my studio.
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Marcela Ferri
Xanthony is close to be one of the most intelligent and open minded people I ever came across. He's the host of the whole show, besides many other nights and days where he's performing or creating different creative acts and pieces.
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dani lessnau
18 x 15in, silver gelatin print Captured from a handmade pinhole camera loaded with cut and torn pieces of 4x5 film inserted inside my vagina
Exuberance is Beauty - Study#6
Lemia  Bodden
These images were created during an art residency called Picture Berlin, during the summer of 2015.
Intersectionality Matters
Francesca Magnani
Gay Pride Parade
Bodies 1
Marie D?h?
Linda
Object 6
Rosalia Angel Domenech
Object 6
Sparkle, baby #8
Chloe Bartram
An image from the series Sparkle, baby exploring girl culture in Australia within the phenomena of beauty pageant.
The Ring
Miora Rajaonary
A nurse shows a dapivirine vaginal ring at the CAPRISA urban clinic in Durban. The ring is a new HIV prevention method that slowly releases ARV (anti retro viral) drug, and designed to remain in place for at least one month to provide sustained and easy-to-use protection against HIV.
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Julie  Scheurweghs
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Th?is & Alexa
Sara Megia
One of the most repeated thoughts shared by the girls I have interviewed is the need of becoming visible. They think they still have to be cautions in some places and at some hours, but they believe in the importance of being natural to improve the situation.
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Xingzhuo Cai
His body is soft, even softer when it meets water.
But I Did
Marije ter Weele
From the series But I Did
Tenacidad (Etapa 6/7)
Roc?o Mart?n Tejera
Relieved and light. Now I feel free back again. I include an external element, a link with the exterior, the clothes, which I use to hide away. Finally I leave behind that feeling of void, of fragility, of absence. _______________ 1100X730,62mm Epson Hot Press Bright 330gsm Fine Art / Gicle_e Standard Munted on dibond and framed on american box frame ('Floating frame')
Millennial Foreplay
Anna Lena Lystad
Digital Image Technology helps break the pressure of being watched. POV recordings of her blowing him really gets him in the mood. Watching the phone, and not her, is the true turn on.
IMG 2960B / BOB"S PORN BOX
Sue Fox
Bob's Porno
SDB WhosYourDaddy 02
Sonja de Bruin
Who's your daddy?
Normandy, France
Melissa McVeigh
See poem
Invitation
Juliana Lauletta
No means no. And yes means yes. Consent is key to preventing violence against women. Entry for the "Sexuality " category.
Vorfreude
Mathea Hoffmann
Banditen is a sex performance which is resulting in the photographic documentations of the meetings between MagdaTheGreat and anonymous strangers from the internet.The photographs show anonymous portraits of unknown men who were willing to be photographed with masks during a session of a domination game with MagdaTheGreat.
ThePurplePlace/05
Ana Belen Jarrin Moran
" My body is the place to reflect my beliefs, my experiences, my political activism, my entire life."
Untitled Still life #1
Alisha Doody
How to Love, when heteronormativity persists as a set of standards and ?norms? that are designed to dictate what one must do with their gender and sexuality queerness is the opposite of this...
N?s Por Todas em 2013-2
Camila Cavalcante
?The first thing that comes to my mind is the lack of support. It?s knowing that you?re alone in that moment, with no structure from the health system or society itself. It?s the fear of how people are going to react when they find out. That weight is on you.? She thinks that changing the law would not increase the number of abortions. Rich, middle-class and poor women have the procedure already, but only the poor ones are likely to suffer physical consequences for it, as well psychological ones.
How She Loves 2
Charmaine Poh
Liting and Fi
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Josipa Krolo
LINES, NUDES is a collaboration between artists Alma _trkljevi_ and Josipa Krolo composed of different media they work in: photography, mixed media, painting, sculpture. By exploring the possibilities of various body poses they capture the body's sculpturality, the form of which is further explicated through brush strokes.
Evan and Taylor
Brooklynn Kascel
Unbothered, Evan an Taylor kiss in a friends kitchen during a house party. Iowa City, Iowa.
The cinema date stage
Albina Galeeva
The cinema date stage
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france dubois
dissociée
ONE, BUT NOT THE SAME
Manca  Juvan
Tak and Tong are a couple: "We love each other, therefore we accept each other." ** Thailand's Third sex, the kathoey, have long been part of the cultural landscape. The Buddhist teachings identify four genders and explain that everyone can be born a kathoey in the many cycles of life. Kathoey are more visible and more accepted in Thai culture than transgender persons in Western countries, though they still face many social and legal impediments (family rejection, discrimination in employment, army issues, etc..)
Hélène 1
Eléonore Chellini
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06- radici
Adriana Miani
women have an important role in the life of the family and society
Zeph-collage
Aline Deschamps
Zéphyrin « Il m’arrive de pleurer. Souvent durant les films, parfois quand mon père a trop bu. »
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Aline Deschamps
Gerson « Dans ma communauté, je suis le seul qui écoute de la musique classique. On me dit que c’est de la musique pour fille, que c’est de la musique pour blancs. J’en ai marre du formatage. La véritable force, c’est oser être soi-même. »
UNTITLED #4
Katerina Tsakiri
"FAMILY AFFAIR" Family Affair is an attempt to portray women roles and stereotypes in Greek society. These images are the product of my childhood experiences. I return to the house where I spent the first years of my life and I represent the ‘significant others’, images, the product of which were misplaced in my subconscious. I recall them in an effort to view versions of my identity through a ‘symbolic mirror’. The eyes are closed so as to intimate the imaginary where these images exist and were (re)born.
Precaution
Roisin White
Lay Her Down Upon Her Back is a body of work that examines the legacy of the 1880s treatment known as The Rest Cure. It was generally prescribed to women who were deemed to be of nervous disposition, anemic, or hysterical, and involved them spending up to two months on bed rest, over-feeding, isolation and electrocution. This treatment has since been discredited, but its legacy in women?s healthcare remains today. The Rest Cure cultivated mistrust in women?s pain and discomfort, and made the female patient solely dependent on her male doctor. The method in which the Rest Cure was administered solidified power relations between doctor and patient and ensured that she would be submissive to her treatment.
Subtext 1
Sharon Boothroyd
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STUKE SUPERNATURAL RIO03 2016
Katja Stuke
Katja Stuke, from the series Supernatural, Rio 6, 2016 (86 x 106 cm)
STUKE SUPERNATURAL London07 2012
Katja Stuke
Katja Stuke, from the series Supernatural, London 7, 2012 (86 x 106 cm)
I got super courage-Rang(Surrender)
isa Ho
For the set I Got Super Strong Courage,I titled five of its works Wen (gentleness), Liang (intelligence), Gong (respectfulness), Jian (frugality), Rang (forbearance), which are virtues Confucius used to describe noblemen, and later became those to which women should aspire. While tradition may be one way of coping in the world, I attempt to reinterpret these virtues such that they empower the modern woman. For example, I interpret the virtue of frugality with a very sexy thong made with the least possible amount of cloth. In this way, the work displays the balances and struggles of women between two forces - expectations from society and self identification from within. I believe true power comes from deep self-awareness, and it is through this that we can seek advantages. Perhaps we can also say that we are our own worst enemies if we allow ourselves to be restricted by tradition or an unclear, clich_d westernization.
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emilie hallard
portrait
Last detail
Saskia Wesseling
This is the last piece of the total make-over. The wig gives identity to the Geisha
befangen-breast
Sonja Trabandt
breasts without nipples - 20x30cm framed archival pigment print on Hahnem?hlePhotorag
NAKED9
Romina Shama
Original Portrait. Layer 1. Naked (FR2009 GE2013 FR2014 FR2017 FR2018) series is a gender political series about women's sexuality. I shot my childhood friend, naked in a parking lot for Some/Things magazine. I did not stage anything. I photographed her without looking through the lens. I did not want to take her. I wanted to see where the woman's body would take us. I wasn't in control. Some images are beautiful and some are really disturbing and violent. Some are intimate, some distant and yet all the photograph esthetically look like each other. I like the schizophrenic aspect of it. I like that her body feels objectified yet extremely human.
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Hilde Pank
daily training
NAKED4
Romina Shama
Original Portrait. Layer 1. Naked (FR2009 GE2013 FR2014 FR2017 FR2018) series is a gender political series about women's sexuality. I shot my childhood friend, naked in a parking lot for Some/Things magazine. I did not stage anything. I photographed her without looking through the lens. I did not want to take her. I wanted to see where the woman's body would take us. I wasn't in control. Some images are beautiful and some are really disturbing and violent. Some are intimate, some distant and yet all the photograph esthetically look like each other. I like the schizophrenic aspect of it. I like that her body feels objectified yet extremely human.
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Hilde Pank
ancesters
#MeToo
Vanessa Filley
Archival Pigment Print, 20X30 inches. These images are from a twenty image project chronicling the history of women's experience of sexual violence. The collective impact of so many women depicted who have a #MeToo experience is meant to bring awareness to the shameful history of unrepentant perpetration that we should no longer be willing to quietly endure. By portraying women of today in a dress code of the past it is my intention to demonstrate the sense of time that women have been subject to sexual abuse in hopes that we can create a cultural shift so that the experience is not perpetuated in future generations.
carrot-teen
Jennifer Drabbe
"Don't pretend to be listening if you're not."
I`m still a pilot
Kicki Lundgren
Sara worked as a pilot before the accident and here she?s on her way to Spain.
In the pool
Kicki Lundgren
Sara swimming in the pool at Playa Del Ingles, Canarian Islands, Spain
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Robin Butter
Robin Butter - Portrait of Power Boost - Nina 2018, 170x110 cm
?ber die Zerbrechlichkeit A.
Nadja Ellinger
??ber die Zerbrechlichkeit? (About Fragility) is a project about failure, fears and vulnerability. Especially as an artist, the external presentation is always present _ and it should be as successful as possible. The failure, the uncertainty is not discussed. But this is what makes us human, opens us, and enables growth. Therefore, this series shows the fragility of people _ not as something negative that should be avoided, but as something deeply human and honest.
Equilibrium/ Me being an Artist
Yulia Tikhomirova
Me being an Artist
Efimera 02
Txuca Pereira
Self-portrait
Core
leticia zica
The serie was constructed through the gestural interaction between Zica, her mother and her grandmother and, at the time of the process, the photographer conducted the essay asking them to try in gestures what the women of her family meant, creating an unprecedented visual vocabulary that enables contact with what is most secret in each of them.
PS 01
Peggy Stahnke
breast cancer, composing, morphing, digital photography
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Peggy Stahnke
breast cancer, composing, morphing, digital photography
Throwing the Bones
Diane Fenster
Throwing the bones is another divinatory method.
Holly
Ilenia Arosio
Holly, 2017
Matrilinear #10
Elizabeth Claffey
Matrilinear is an ongoing series that addresses embodied memory and its relationship to personal, familial, and cultural identity. These images examine family folklore, ritual, and mnemonic objects passed down through generations of women. The photographs of each object reveal the physical remnants of a body long gone, including stains, tears, and loose thread from clothing that was kept close to the body for comfort and protection. The stitching and/or photographic representations are both a visualization and an expansion of stories shared as family lore. These interruptions also represent the deep influence of one?s familial past on personal identity and perceptions of the body.
Day 3 Bleed
Sarah Crofts
Waning days of reproductive capability. Lumen print of myself seated for one hour on the morning of the third day of my 337th menstrual cycle.
Male Artist Essays #1
Elizabeth Orcutt
The etchings that are the basis for Male Artist #1 are early works made by Rembrandt. Rembrandt, Hals and Vermeer all practiced tronie making either as etchings or small paintings. This Old Dutch word roughly means face or ?mug? as in mug shot or ugly mug. Trogne, an Old French word, has a similar meaning. A tronie is a work that describes facial expression, a costume or character. These pieces are reference works used as indices that then drawn on and appear in the major paintings. Initially, I had discarded Rembrandt?s work as a vehicle for a self-essay I could not see how I could blend a photographic image with the etching. But a tronie bookmark, purchased at the Rembradthuis, which looked like a strip of passport photos, was irresistible. In performing for these images, I enacted feelings are alien to me and I value those feelings differently. The least difficult was ?tired?, a familiar feeling I do not interpret as either male or female.
Giordana Panel
giordana citti
This is the panel containing the photographs of riAbitarsi. It's my idea of __installation, but if necessary I can send you the images individually. I imagined bodies re-inhabiting each other, even if of different sexes, or different proportions. PhotoMontages that are born first in my head, then they are made physically in the darkroom, and finally they become macro montages, each in relation to his close piece.
Gender (06)
Anett Posalaki
My face measurement.
Brumbi
Eva Maria Ocherbauer
Andreas Brandolini alias Brumbi Wundschock
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Dragana Juri_i_
absorbed
Tatiana
Camilla Storgaard Larsen
Tatiana pregnant in my studio
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Marcela Ferri
When I shared this image with Annie, she decided to create a caption herself: "iPhone iPhone in my hand, who's the fairest in the land?" Siri: I googled "self help books for low self-esteem, is that right?"
In Between [Diego Tigrotto]
Yamada Hanako
Diego Tigrotto leads workshops about the emotional relationship without sex, and from more than three years he always wears animal-like suits.
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Luying Gu
GENDER
half moon
Jordanna  Kalman
Archival Inkjet Print
another imperfect mask
auronda scalera
another imperfect mask is a project on the multiple facets of identity
Two ladies sitting in cafe
klara cservenka
Candid Street Photography
Dance Remains 9
Yingying Gong
Man practicing Taichi, Zhongshan Park
Chimera
Vladim?ra Kotra
Chimera is a mythological beast, a fascinating hybrid composed of the lion's body, snake's tail and the goat's head. From the biological point of view, it?s a human being whose cells bear an abnormal genetical code. Pavel's foetus was mixed with the foetus of his ?sister? in the early stage of pregnancy. His genome is composed of 75% of XX chromosomes. He/She has a womb, uterus throat, ovaries etc. Nevertheless, the outer genitals are XY. TODAY she calls herself Gabi. She is a chimera with the mind of a man and obsession about being a flawless woman. She didn't know this in the beginning. Pavel started to feel like a woman at the age of 27. Nor was he aware of being a chimera. He was convinced of being a transsexual. The result of this project is a documentary CHIM?RA book that includes my photographs next to lots of authentic Gabi?s selfies, blog and Facebook posts showing her feelings during transformation. Book was printed in 10 copies without official publishing.
Chimera
Vladim?ra Kotra
Chimera is a mythological beast, a fascinating hybrid composed of the lion's body, snake's tail and the goat's head. From the biological point of view, it?s a human being whose cells bear an abnormal genetical code. Pavel's foetus was mixed with the foetus of his ?sister? in the early stage of pregnancy. His genome is composed of 75% of XX chromosomes. He/She has a womb, uterus throat, ovaries etc. Nevertheless, the outer genitals are XY. TODAY she calls herself Gabi. She is a chimera with the mind of a man and obsession about being a flawless woman. She didn't know this in the beginning. Pavel started to feel like a woman at the age of 27. Nor was he aware of being a chimera. He was convinced of being a transsexual. The result of this project is a documentary CHIM?RA book that includes my photographs next to lots of authentic Gabi?s selfies, blog and Facebook posts showing her feelings during transformation. Book was printed in 10 copies without official publishing.
epidermis
francesca masarati
me, my father and my mother
humannature 04
Ryuta Sakurai
Marie/Germany
Untitled
Anne Hindennach
Birth
Sara
Mirjana Vrbaski
See project description
Feodora Domozhilova-Kaplan Swanophilia 07
Feodora Domozhilova-Kaplan
From the series Swanophilia
Me and Me 09
Yanmei Jiang
Self Portrait
No title
Mar S?ez
Vera confessed to Victoria that she was transexual the day they kissed for the first time. It was in a park. It did not change anything. For the four years that they were together, they loved each other as they had never loved anyone before. For that part of their lives, Vera and Victoria were no longer two people, they merged into one. They built a home together filled with dreams and future projects. The project is a visual diary shot between 2012 and 2016 in which I have portrayed the intimate universe of Vera and Victoria. A universe in which new facets of a relationship as intense as theirs come to the surface. No better or worse than anyone else.
Untitled, From Where We Belong Series
ALEJANDRA CARLES-TOLRA
Detail of members of the Jane Austen Pineapple Appreciation Society during a summer afternoon at a rented house where the group was spending the weekend together.
Grandmothers
Petra Vl_kov?
The photographic series Grandmothers focuses on current fashion and a dress code of senior ladies. In my work, I attempt to connect my views with the grandmother?s ones on the definition of old age, which is reflected in clothes that one wears and a place where one lives.
She would consider herself defiled #7
Ilona Szwarc
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Stiratna  Damampai
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A Modern Hair Study, Nadya
Tara Bogart
a modern hair study In 2011, I visited the photo archives of the National Library of France. While everything was inspirational, one photograph haunted me for months following my visit. ?Hair Study?, by Felix Nadar depicts just a woman?s back and her hair. I could not stop thinking about what that same image would look like today. ?a modern hair study? consists of portraits of young women photographed from behind. By focusing on the back, the viewer is forced to contend with all of the peripheral things that make each woman unique. In these intimate portraits I am a voyeur concentrating on a generation that is not mine. While certain ideals are often relevant to different generations, the ways in which women adorn and modify themselves often indicate the struggles of a young adult with their own ideology and individuality. After photographing these women, I can imagine these struggles are timeless. Existing today as well as when the original Nadar portrait was taken.
trivialities
Xiaofeng Guo
trivialities of life
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El_na Eihmane
This image is part of the series and the book dummy "Picking Sides"
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Maja Daniels
Hampus and Jens burning tires in ?lvdalen, Sweden
Icing
Adrienne Grunwald
Santos player, Calan, 22, ices her ankle after a physical therapy training session at the Santos CT Rei Pel_ training center. Calan was injured for the latter part of the Santos? 2010 season, but continues to workout each day with Santos team therapists to get back on the field.
The hood is falling short
cristina fontsar_
Entering puberty
smoke
ayline olukman
smoke
The situation
Lara Conama Mumenthaler
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BenedettaLippi Venus 4
Benedetta Lippi
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Shweta 07
Shweta Upadhyay
I?ll find you in the new moon
FIONA
Mhairi Bell-Moodie
Fiona ?I did not want to sit and wait to die.? At the age of 45, Fiona's secondary breast cancer diagnosis gave her less than two years to live. Fiona decided to fill her remaining time with happy memories by taking her two young daughter on lots of adventures. She made each of the girls memory boxes filled with cards for every birthday and special occasion until they would turn 21. After her mastectomy, 19 rounds of chemotherapy and a new drug called Herceptin, Fiona had scans every three months. After her two year limit passed, she continued with the treatment and her life. After seven years, the scans moved to every six months. Even today, the scans continue to show no evidence of active disease. In the 14 years since her terminal diagnosis, Fiona has travelled the world, re-married, gone back to work and seen both of her daughters graduate. While she still receives Herceptin every three weeks, and the cancer remains incurable, Fiona shows no signs of slowing down.
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B_ Coeck
young women
Sad
MINYI LEI
My grandma feels sad sometimes.
Neyda
Jasmin Wolff
how to belong to oneself
PellyMandreka Pandora'sBox (7)
Pelly Mandreka
Pandora's Box 7
Untitled (from the ongoing series '100 grams')
Bibi Altink
Untitled (from the ongoing series '100 grams')
Self-Portrait with glass ceiling
Tina Bauer
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Becoming Naomi 06
Jemma Mitchell
Naomi is free.
untitled #8
Daniella Origuela
i felt miniaturized
reinhuber venomenon square
Elke Reinhuber
The endless corridor which was captured in one of Singapore's typical HDB apartment blocks symbolises in the work Venomenon the path to hell. The image is to be seen with augmented reality for a representation of Orpheus' attempt to rescue his dead wife Eurydice.
Mothers' rituals from the series Birth Marks
Leticia Valverdes
In the Brazil of "perfect" bodies... they are perfect just as they are. Their bodies made babies.
Self-portrait
Hanna Aksionava
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Lucia Antebi ThefamilyofNoMan 05
Antebi Luc?a
This piece is about the idealized object: about what is beautiful, what is pure, clean, white, and almost untouchable...The history of art has represented it that way, we see it that way on social media. Right now, many images on social media depict a seemingly accessible world, almost attainable, always more beautiful than our own: incredibly beautiful women, spectacular countries, people without a care, and situations simpler than our own. In short, people who are always happy, or more simply put, happier than us. It is a path towards the demand for what we are and what we dream to be, without going anywhere. This piece traces a route from an almost invisible existence, like the breadcrumbs in the story of Hansel and Gretel that lead us back from the unattainable, to ourselves, to what is possible.
my daily life
RUI LYU
30 years old, trans woman
Embroidered Archives #4
Ailene deVries
5x5" on Cotton Gauze with Embroidery Thread
Meighan Ellis ? 2018
Meighan Ellis
Cervical III
Daughter, 2017
Emily Graham
Daughter, 2017
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Franziska Gilli
The body of a participant is screened in front of the jury of the biggest Italian beauty contest "Miss Italia" in Rome on 18 January 2018. "Miss Italia" in history has always been the first step for young girls reaching out for a career in the TV show business.
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Franziska Gilli
Two men of the jury at the biggest Italian beauty contest "Miss Italia", here in the category "Miss365", in Rome on 18 January 2018, observe a contestant presenting herself in a bathingsuit. "Miss Italia" in history has always been the first step for young girls reaching out for a career in the TV show business.
LOS ESFUERZOS DEL CUERPO 03
ZAHARA G?mez
Portrait with nose corrector
Pose #4
Erin Carr
Pose #4
Always greener on the other side
Winnie Mo Rielly
Colored photography 55x75cm
adventure time- mother daughter
Ester _ab?kov?
Adventure time, is about photography and its materiality, about light and time, about instalation and space. We are part of the process that is important to be aweare of. I was giving my self questions about relationship between photography and painting like between mother and daughter. Process of materialization, present moment and personal feelings are the essence of my work.
Puy Puy
Silvana Trevale
A girl from a big family, while her brothers gambled she stood calm starring at the surroundings.
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Daniela Leal
Bubblegum Dreams
Papadopoulou Athanasia 04
Athanasia Papadopoulou
"Hotels" is a complete photographic project comprised by 50 images. It started in hotel room at Symi island few years ago and was completed last year. Through this work I want to explore this peculiar hospitality that hotels offer to people?but mostly to me that I had made them willingly part of my personal and my photographic life ...
Living in Ladakh
Venetia Menzies
Likhir is a small village in the foothills of the Himalayas where farmers rely on traditional organic agricultural methods. This young citizen watches daytime television, ignoring the view of the Himalayas which has become an everyday backdrop.
Untitled
Ioustini Drakoulakou
No description
Installation view
Eva Teetaert
Installation view
Mo Verlaan MaleFemale Jinan-Amsterdam
Mo Verlaan
The project MaleFemale started in 2013 as a photographic study about the thin line that divides male from female. Or rather connects it. How can some people appear very feminine and at the same time have a strong male presence or the other way around. I wanted to capture that moment of duality. For my research it worked best to start exactly in the middle with transgender models and especially models who call themselves genderqueer. As one of the models said: I travel between male/female and others, I feel more like a kind of androgyne or an X-gender. To me it seemed their male and female energies complimented each other creating a unique and powerful balance. I find this fluidity of gender energies moving inside and out of a person very interesting. Through the years I have met many beautiful people in Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin and Rome and they gave me their trust to photograph them.
Mo Verlaan MaleFemale Lara-Amsterdam
Mo Verlaan
The project MaleFemale started in 2013 as a photographic study about the thin line that divides male from female. Or rather connects it. How can some people appear very feminine and at the same time have a strong male presence or the other way around. I wanted to capture that moment of duality. For my research it worked best to start exactly in the middle with transgender models and especially models who call themselves genderqueer. As one of the models said: I travel between male/female and others, I feel more like a kind of androgyne or an X-gender. To me it seemed their male and female energies complimented each other creating a unique and powerful balance. I find this fluidity of gender energies moving inside and out of a person very interesting. Through the years I have met many beautiful people in Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin and Rome and they gave me their trust to photograph them.
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Iryna Vasylenko
What is it? A scar, a suture instead of a mole. I lost 5 kilo thank to appendicitis, do I look more beautiful now? I put a big red flower and photograph my bare breast with it. Here, in a kitchen of an one-room flat. Am I still sexy in my thirty one? Will I be attractive in ten years?_I try to catch and imprint the beauty and youngness of my body before it fades away. I peer into every inch of my skin to find the signs of aging. _One day a friend asked me: ?Why do you need to be beautiful?"
Second Skin 9
Ashley Moog
Philosopher Paul Val_ry stated that humans suffer from the ?three body problem.? The first body is one humans inhabit and experience and the most important object we possess. The second body is the public fa?ade, the figure we see in the mirror. The third body is the physical machine that we understand by thoroughly dissecting it under a microscope. Val_ry argued that the second body causes humans the most distress. The subjects in these photographs are constrained under the wipes, and the body they inhabit is hidden, while the physical machine is restricted, and the public fa?ade is altered. The shells of the figure created by the makeup wipes epitomize the tension between our outer body functioning as necessary protection and simultaneously being a tremendous source of angst.
Untitled
Sonia Cunliffe
Monjas en el paisaje
the_queen_02
Hristina Tasheva
When shown in West European news, Bulgaria (my homeland) is described as the poorest EU Member State, where about 1,6 million young people have left the country for lack of opportunities. The parents and grandparents who remain in the country are hoping their children will return someday. Fifteen years ago, my sister and I immigrated to the Netherlands to be able to survive. Last summer our dear mother became ill. Our father, who shares his life with another woman, concluded: "Now you really have to come back home." A friend of mine reacted with the words: "Maybe that's why your mother is ill, because you left her alone.? To make up for the gap that opened in her life, my mother surrounded herself with animals rescued from the street. For her, they are my brothers and sisters. She says: ?When you live with animals, you become one?, or, ?I am half-animal and they ? half-human.? Plants are also her passion, when no one else is around.
the_queen_01
Hristina Tasheva
When shown in West European news, Bulgaria (my homeland) is described as the poorest EU Member State, where about 1,6 million young people have left the country for lack of opportunities. The parents and grandparents who remain in the country are hoping their children will return someday. Fifteen years ago, my sister and I immigrated to the Netherlands to be able to survive. Last summer our dear mother became ill. Our father, who shares his life with another woman, concluded: "Now you really have to come back home." A friend of mine reacted with the words: "Maybe that's why your mother is ill, because you left her alone.? To make up for the gap that opened in her life, my mother surrounded herself with animals rescued from the street. For her, they are my brothers and sisters. She says: ?When you live with animals, you become one?, or, ?I am half-animal and they ? half-human.? Plants are also her passion, when no one else is around.
Harbali 11
Poline Harbali
El Mazzeh
Towanda, 45
Sara Bennett
see image
Opal Coast III
Anna Cummings
Clear skies over the English Channel, Ferry traffic. October 2016
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V?ronique L'Hoste
Self-portrait with bunker
befangen-breast
Sonja Trabandt
breasts without nipples - 20x30cm framed archival pigment print on Hahnem?hlePhotorag
up down wet 08
Xia Baoqian
One of us always try to push the other, for the good or the bad. One care when the other worries, one relaxes when the other struggles. The big wheel keeps turning. Finally, what we do is often using the other, trying not to abuse, until one breaks down and need to be fixed... or replaced.
Hopeless
Yanika Anukulpun
There is an old man who does not like and disagree with the current president's thoughts. It is still a critical issue that a lot of people from west coast who often protested for their rights.
Amak Mahmoodian, 2,Whispers of the Past, 2005 copy
Amak Mahmoodian
In my practice, I decided to tell my story through the others, the others who lived in the past and their lives and stories still exist in the present. I recalled my past to realise who I am today, archives build a bridge between yesterday and today. We can reframe our past to tell our today?s stories, to explore the similarities and the differences. Which faces would have to be concealed behind these historical masks? I started taking photographs of people around me, whom I see every day. In some photos there were so many masks on a face that I forget the real face. The ones hiding behind the mask of the past has many of the past attributes that I can see and feel. The masks of the past mythifies the absence and presence in my work.
Amak Mahmoodian, 5, Whispers of the Past, 2007
Amak Mahmoodian
In my practice, I decided to tell my story through the others, the others who lived in the past and their lives and stories still exist in the present. I recalled my past to realise who I am today, archives build a bridge between yesterday and today. We can reframe our past to tell our today?s stories, to explore the similarities and the differences. Which faces would have to be concealed behind these historical masks? I started taking photographs of people around me, whom I see every day. In some photos there were so many masks on a face that I forget the real face. The ones hiding behind the mask of the past has many of the past attributes that I can see and feel. The masks of the past mythifies the absence and presence in my work.
Amak Mahmoodian, 3, Whispers of the Past,2005
Amak Mahmoodian
In my practice, I decided to tell my story through the others, the others who lived in the past and their lives and stories still exist in the present. I recalled my past to realise who I am today, archives build a bridge between yesterday and today. We can reframe our past to tell our today?s stories, to explore the similarities and the differences. Which faces would have to be concealed behind these historical masks? I started taking photographs of people around me, whom I see every day. In some photos there were so many masks on a face that I forget the real face. The ones hiding behind the mask of the past has many of the past attributes that I can see and feel. The masks of the past mythifies the absence and presence in my work.
04 'Untitled,' from the series "Rise," 2016-2018.
Alexa Vachon
Two players relax after lunch during a trip to Hamburg. The players have built unexpected cross-cultural friendships with their fellow teammates. Hamburg, Germany.
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Izzy de Wattripont
Cadet and rocket.
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Sibylle Fendt
Portrait of Taifur from Syria in the refugee accommodation H8
Untitled
Polly Garnett
Kirby Misperton Community Fracking Blockade
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Sibylle Fendt
Portrait of "Sri-Lanka-Man" from Sri Lanka in the refugee accommodation H8
Ifeatu Nnaobi Places Places I go 2
Ifeatu Nnaobi
L: Enugu, Nigeria R: Central Park, New York, U.S.A Both images tell the story of how different halves of the world live, drawing on the historical and contemporary context of both locations. New York's Central Park is a symbol of affluence. Reports show that ex-slave communities were destroyed to build Central Park. The Igbos, many of who have homes in Enugu, Nigeria, today, were one of the main ethnic groups enslaved between 16th and 19th century. Since Nigeria's independence in 1960, and after the Nigerian civil war, which represented nationalist separationist ambitions of mostly Igbo people, fiercely entrepreneurial Igbo people in Nigeria claim to be marginalised in terms of positions power and authority in the Federal government. The sight of rundown or abandoned public and private facilities is common in Enugu. The Igbos in Nigeria seem to be on a perpetual struggle to attain relevance as part of the country.
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Emma Angold
Mattress found within the alleys of Ocean Beach.
Transitory Iconography 07
Vivian Castro
Interior of the building occupation Mau?.
Untitled iii
Sarah Cullen
n/a
Il peso della leggerezza 1 gas sarin
cristina cusani
The work, The weight of lightness, refers to events related to the war in Syria, in particular the use of chemical weapons on civilians, children and hospitals. The sense of impotence I felt when faced with these facts led me to think about the weight of lightness. The work consists of a triptych of monochromatic photographs representing the three main types of gas used in war: the Sarin gas that has no colour, so i represented it in white, the chlorine gas tending to green and the iprite also known as mustard gas for its colour yellowish indeed. Each photograph is linked to an attack that took place in three different places in Syria in three different years. Gas Sarin, 4.04.2017, Khan Sheikhun, Syria. Gas Chlorine, 11.08.2016, Aleppo, Syria. Gas Mustard (yprite), 21.08.2015, Marea, Syria.
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MARIA CHOULAKI
the end is coming
Monotonous
Amy Mifsud
Moving as often as they do there will be minimal personalisation to the army homes.
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MARIA CHOULAKI
The end is coming
Before the season starts
Nat Kontraktewicz
Before the season starts there's not much to do in Ubud. Hungry for business locals shout and scream for attention when a foreigner goes by. But when there's no one around they do what everybody else in the world does in spare time - live online.
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Farah  Foudeh f
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The New One Dollar Bill
Ileana Hernandez
The "In God We Trust" caption has been replaced with the words "Thoughts & Prayers".
Liberty to Kill Still 1
Ileana Hernandez
The final piece is an interactive application loaded in an iPad. This image is presented and the user has to keep touching the screen to be able to see the second photograph, Liberty to Kill Still 2), which shows the person wearing a Lady Liberty costume pointing the fake gun at the classroom.
Differences
Lindsey Pearson
Lambda Print, Diptych
banana baum#3
Martina Zaninelli
Banana baum is a short series which deals with the topics of gentrification, touristification, sexism, machismo and Portugal's colonial past.
Mohammed, 2017
Doro Zinn
In Mohammeds life Hip Hop is one of the crucial things and it defines his everyday life. He also is a break dancer and trains daily for that, mostly on free training grounds and construction sites.
'Untitled'
Eva Gjaltema
'Untitled', Patchwork, 60 x 80 cm, 5 + 2 AP, 2017
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Elisabeth Ubbe
"It really hurt breatsfeeding my daighter in the beginning and I wondered if I?d have the energy to continue. After four months it passed and since then it?s felt wonderful." Shirrin 25
Mimi
Raphaela Rosella
When my teenage twin sister told me she was pregnant. I was angry; I called her a ?slut? & told her to get an abortion. I thought she could have a ?better life?. But what is a better life? It was a path we were all expected to take. For many of my friends, becoming a parent young was not a ?failure of planning?, but instead a tacit response to the choices & opportunities available to us. A lot has changed since I started photographing my sister. A Jim Beam bottle sits wedged in a plaster wall of her home. The bottle, (along with a can of soup), were thrown at the wall by my identical twin sister during an argument with her boyfriend. I?ve stopped photographing my sister due to her Ice addiction. The difficulty was it felt like I was looking at myself and the act of photographing her was enabling her addiction. We slowly grew apart. We used to be inseparable. I miss my twin.
Portrait of Eyl?l, 2016
Alana Holmberg
Eyl?l is a 23-year-old socialist feminist and participates in the women's movement in Dersim, a mountainous city with a history of Kurdish resistance in Turkey?s east. Current state of emergency laws, in place following the failed coup d'?tat in July 2016, allow the government to detain opponents without normal means of justification. Pro-Kurdish, secular and liberal journalists, media outlets and organisations are amongst those being targeted. Eyl?l?s name has been changed and identity concealed at her request. She believes she will be imprisoned if her involvement with her chosen women's organisation is known. ?The real danger is our opinions. It is not certain that they will not arrest me when I will go out from this room.?
Dark Pope
ann massal
Vintage Religious Pope image manicured with licorice nail polish
The fall #7
Pia Elizondo
The fall of Aleppo
Fisherman4000
Becky Warnock
A stranger approaches you and asks to take your photo. How do you respond?
Piera portrayed as The Blessed Antonia Mesina in Orgosolo, Barbagia.
Valeria Cherchi
Piera portrayed as The Blessed Antonia Mesina in Orgosolo, Barbagia.
Jumping Kids
Rebecca Fertinel
Photographing various African parties, showing the ambiance but also the silent moments in between, I tried to capture the feeling of an event that seems like a true celebration, focused on the joy and the ritual and not on a need for a perfect venue. This project wants to place the viewer inside an environment that most have experienced at one time or another for a wedding, party or a wake. A place where the emotions are what is important and the flaws of the room overlooked. A place where different cultures keeps existing and at the same time correlate in a culture that doesn?t belong to them. This project is a symbolic representation for every culture experiencing an environment where they hold stronger to their culture and values, in fear of losing their cultural idenity as a group.
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Heba Khalifa
My mother wants me to do everything exactly like her, according to her way. It makes me feel that she sees me only as an extension for her body.
Hear us Roar
Nathalie Coeln
Women's March, London
Schore Mehrdju-2
Schore Mehrdju
Khomeini, who stayed supreme leader until his death, led the Islamic Revolution of 1979. Khamenei, his successor, has held that position up until this day. Both of them are responsible for the execution of tens of thousands Iranians, political persecution, torture and escape. The repression continues and is still expelling political activists.
Untitled #16
Dana Mueller
Jos? Mart? Memorial, Plaza de la Revoluci?n
Fil
Giulia Pasqualin
Thousands people pay omage to the convoy during the passage in Sarajevo every year the 9th of July, a lot of woman walk side by side to the truck. Typical souvenir from Sarajevo, it is a pen made with bullet casing.
Sovietski
Chloe Borkett
Visions of idyllic dreams.
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Na? Na?
This is "Nuit aux ?clats" poster. Its dimensions are 100 cm x 136 cm. If you want to print the poster in its original dimension, i can send you the file in high definition.
Grip practice
Nadja Wohlleben
Nairobi, KENYA, February 23, 2017: In Kibera, the second largest township in Africa, a participant of the 'Shosho Jikinge' (Engl.: 'Grandmother defend yourself') group practices a technique to break free from a grip.
The Passing of the Apple
Sigrun Lydsdottir
Schorem is a world famous barbershop in Rotterdam. They do not allow women inside their shop and will physically remove them if they come in. I decided to pass them the Apple.
What takes to make a revolution? 2
Gabriela Sarahi S?nchez Gonz?lez
Example of how a stream live and new media are way important to share all the information.
Camouflage
Olga Permiakova
The project is dedicated to women who take part in hostilities in the eastern part of Ukraine or live in the occupied territories. After interviewing several women, it turned out that in fact, the infrastructure of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is equipped for the needs of men and does not take into account the presence of women in the army with their special needs. This position of women is comparable to camouflage, whose role is both concealment and vision. Portraits of women-fighters are drawn using photographs that they themselves posted on social networks.
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Dimitra Dede
From the series Erasing borders
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Mariela Sancari
La se?ora Teresa Rodr?guez poses for a portrait. Blue dress.
SEN_ORA 1
Mariela Sancari
La se?ora Teresa Rodr?guez poses for a portrait. Yellow dress.
SEN_ORA 3
Mariela Sancari
La se?ora Teresa Rodr?guez poses for a portrait. Brown print dress.
Miss Faithful Purity Truth, Watching for Visitors
Kristin Bedford
Father Divine, known to his followers as God, once had ten of thousands of devotees in 1930s Harlem. To the outside world Father Divine died in 1965, but for his followers he ?lay his body down? and is still with them as he always has been. Now in their seventies, eighties, and nineties, eighteen of the remaining celibate followers live with Mother Divine at Father?s estate outside of Philadelphia. Most of these followers are women who refer to each as ?sisters?. They believe in eternal life and reject all constructs and language around aging. In 2013, I spent five weeks living with and photographing this community. With the lack of new followers, their movement is likely in its final chapter. My visit felt like a special intersection of time, history, and devotion. I had the chance to experience their traditions before they fade away. With these photographs I hope to offer glimpses of a mysterious and enduring faith.
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berangere fromont
Athens
Kganye Ke-lefa-Laka Her-stories 6
Lebohang Kganye
Ke bala buka ke apere naeterese II, 2014
Kganye Ke-lefa-Laka Her-stories 4
Lebohang Kganye
Ka 2-phisi yaka e pinky II, 2013
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hannah goldstein
Red Cross Nurse
Ruota (Microcosm and Macrocosm)
Alessandra Carosi
The globe stands as a metaphor for the world of soil. The puddle is a metaphor for world of water
DeconstructingVenezuela-ByOLENKACarrasco
Ole?ka Carrasco
This image is the title page of one of the chapters of my ongoing work ?Deconstructing Venezuela? called ?Cartograf?a del hambre? (?Cartography of Hunger?). This colorful photography series shows a disturbing contrast between the famine in which some members of my family find themselves in Venezuela, and the infinite possibilities of aboundance in which I find myself, by living in one of the most developed countries of Europe.
Tear down to return
Nadia  del Pozo
The ruins of the town of Belchite, destroyed during one of the crudest battles of the Spanish Civil War.
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Olga Ingurazova
"We don?t speak to each other. I?m not allowed to look him straight in the eye. This is his house and his rules. I see him watching me while I?m learning to walk again, crawling around his house. I calm myself that I will never see him again when I?ll finally escape from this place. A scar still serves as a reminder of those long hours that become days, and days that humbly become years."(2013-2016)
Koloniale Amnesie
Claudia Nir
??Koloniale Amnesie? ? colonial amnesia, consists of two portraits of and informed by colonialism and post-colonialism, dealing with the forgotten history of Germany?s colonial past. General definitions of colonialism often do not include Germany as a colonizing country. During my project research I found that many writings on the forgotten history of Germany?s colonial past termed this experience ?colonial amnesia?, which points to a society and state with a colonial past, but without a post-colonial presence. Both images visualize not only ?colonial amnesia?, but also colonial history and its cultural impact; a representation of something being so visible that it becomes invisible.
purple, the fake colour
Mojgan Ghanbari
A female voter during 2017 Presidential election in Iran
Purple, the fake colour
Mojgan Ghanbari
A female voter during 2017 Presidential election in Iran
Slob
Haley Morris-Cafiero
From the project "The Bully Pulpit"
BART Police Hill Shooting/ Cell Service Interruption Protest, 2011
J. Matt
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Julia Free
?Grensgevallen? They are often disputed and a source of conflict. They can be identifiable or abstract, but they always mark something: borders. _ From the diffusion of sexual identity to street protests marches. Grensgevallen shows everyday scenes out of Belgium and France.
A woman
Ekin Kucuk
Smoke break
02-14-2017 Graciella Longoria - Houston TX92615
Naomi Harris
Mexican-American Graciella Longoria at home in Houston, Texas, USA shot on February 14, 2017. Graciella is an albino so people often mistake her for Caucasian and are very surprised when she begins speaking fluent Spanish. She was a big Bernie supporter but when push came to shove she voted for Hillary.
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Catherine Balet
This image is part of a series "Looking for the Masters in Ricardo?s Golden Shoes", where, with my friend and model Ricardo, I investigate the images that have built the foundations of our photographic visual culture, questioning what it is that gives a photograph its iconic status, particularly in today?s frenetic world of communication. This photo belongs to the last part of the project that explores who might be the Masters of tomorrow . Without naming any photographer, I attempt to decipher the trends in contemporary photography. It questions the future of photography and how the way we travel, we look at the world and we produce images has been challenged. An image does not live on its own, it belongs to a concept, a story. Also the image reflects how the Gender identity and its implications for the concepts of masculinity and femininity has evolved in the last decades.
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Gloria Oyarzabal
Mnaipulated archive photography from Nigeria magazine. Objectization."It" exotism.
O is for Oreos.
Cindy Lin
O is for Oreos.
Railing
Nana Varveropoulou
Colnbrook IRC opened in September 2004. It has a capacity of 408, and like Harmondsworth it is a centre for men. The men detained in Colnbrook are locked in their rooms at night, and during the day for roll-calls. There is no freedom of movement around the centre.
Street Ballet
Elizabeth Bick
The following are movement studies of today, depicted in New York City, Houston, Rome, and New Orleans, all formative places where I developed my photographic eye. I am a photographer who found a choreographic voice through a past as a trained classic ballerina. I seek to represent our contemporary gestures as a typological, gestural, and political response to nuances of how we present ourselves in public pedestrian spaces. Through observing these gestures, I hope to archive the collective movement of our time. The work is ongoing.
Visitors booth
Nana Varveropoulou
The men detained in Colnbrook IRC live in a prison regime although they are not there to serve a prison sentence. During their time in detention they have visitation rights from family and friends. Visitors are searched, photographed and finger printed.
A neighborhood for whom? I
Analia Cid
A group of girls pose for the camera in the backyard of the agroecological hub called L'Agrocit?, Colombes, France, April 2016.
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Yue Hu
This is a bus stop on the Europa Road in Gibraltar. It leans on the Rock.
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Nadia Bseiso
Jordan Valley
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Hristina Tasheva
When shown in West European news, Bulgaria (my homeland) is described as the poorest EU Member State, where about 1,6 million young people have left the country for lack of opportunities. The parents and grandparents who remain in the country are hoping their children will return someday. Fifteen years ago, my sister and I immigrated to the Netherlands to be able to survive. Last summer our dear mother became ill. Our father, who shares his life with another woman, concluded: "Now you really have to come back home." A friend of mine reacted with the words: "Maybe that's why your mother is ill, because you left her alone.? To make up for the gap that opened in her life, my mother surrounded herself with animals rescued from the street. For her, they are my brothers and sisters. She says: ?When you live with animals, you become one?, or, ?I am half-animal and they ? half-human.? Plants are also her passion, when no one else is around.
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Hristina Tasheva
When shown in West European news, Bulgaria (my homeland) is described as the poorest EU Member State, where about 1,6 million young people have left the country for lack of opportunities. The parents and grandparents who remain in the country are hoping their children will return someday. Fifteen years ago, my sister and I immigrated to the Netherlands to be able to survive. Last summer our dear mother became ill. Our father, who shares his life with another woman, concluded: "Now you really have to come back home." A friend of mine reacted with the words: "Maybe that's why your mother is ill, because you left her alone.? To make up for the gap that opened in her life, my mother surrounded herself with animals rescued from the street. For her, they are my brothers and sisters. She says: ?When you live with animals, you become one?, or, ?I am half-animal and they ? half-human.? Plants are also her passion, when no one else is around.
Red
Mati Martí
A space which invites experimentation of the transitory and of the mutant.
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Anna Ehrenstein
Tales of Lipstick and Virtue
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Anna Ehrenstein
Tales of Lipstick and Virtue
Feed Me
Dilayla Romeo
Food in a developing country is a complicated issue to overcome. A high percentage of people suffer from malnutrition. Fundaci?n Khanimambo makes sure that none of its more than 300 children lack their breakfast, lunch and snack while they are at the center during the day.
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Inga Erdmane
One of the Soviet Era tall buildings, built in 1976, the only hotel during that time for foreign city guests. After reconstruction in 2001 known as Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija
dear meat
Paulina Otylie Surys
manipulated vernacular photograph https://paulinasurys.com/dreamatorium-pic-text The real royalty of Communist Poland were meat, toilet paper, sugar and vodka. Fear of hunger, caused by the recent war, meant meat shortages. In the 1980s, even nutria meat (leftovers from fur production) was included in the diet. Meat turned into currency and was often used as a bribe, payment or gift. It was a synonym for security in a country dominated by a terror of empty shops and rationed food. Due to the deficit of meat and live stock (all regulated by the ?Impeccable Authorities?), Polish people developed a carnivorous obsession, like a bunch of blood-thirsty zombies hunting their prey. I recollect long hours of waiting in queues for meat, and the constant quarrels if someone got more than their fare share.
The Human collection - Blend in
Lea K?lazi
Modern capitalism needs people who work smoothly and in large numbers who want to have more consumption and whose taste can be easily influenced, people who fit into the social machinery without any problems and can be motivated without goals except of one particular goal to be successful.
The Human collection - A ball of hair
Lea K?lazi
Hair as the specific attribute of a person, the variety of its functions, and the variety of social contexts in which it plays an important role is not an accidental tool to express the idea of my work. It can be perceived as a fundamental part of our essence, freedom, but also a social status for its hairdressing and decoration, often used as a symbol of criticism or protest with a certain social functioning. Hair is personal, physically connected to the individual, essentially symbolic, yet visible and involved in the process of mediating information about their bearer, becoming the symbol of individual as well as group identity, and we decide ourselves whether we attribute to them material value or mental value. I create an object from hair that they (family and close friends) had cut off and put into ?family collection? during their childhood. This ball of hair as a structure transfers the view metaphorically from personal to global.
Garden
Marine Till?
Immortal Eden on Earth.
Requiem for a Kiosk #05
Ioanna Fragostefanaki
On Alexandra Anenue
Berangere Fromont 08
berangere fromont
Athens
Building Fell Down
Amanda Breitbach
archival inkjet print
Vetus Memoria
Ioanna Sakellaraki
Ongoing construction in the outskirts of Athens signaling the crisis and co-existance in urban space.
Provence
Eileen Cho
When you find yourself stuck in a barbecue where no one speaks the same language as you.
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Phillipa Klaiber
Kestrel and his Brother atop one of two Nissin huts, left from the Military of Defense's time on the land. A small passenger plane passes over head.
_ivadin and Milanka.
Petrija Dos Santos
_ivadin and Milanka at home.
Arbol I
Camila Rodrigo
one of the many trees whose roots were cut off for the construction of a new high way
Ipotesi d' innesto 3#
Olivia Marani
The work consists of a diptych in which the photographic image receives the pencil intervention, creating a graft between the photographic language and the drawing in an almost imperceptible mimesis,the hidden hand ends up replacing the digital intervention.
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Imrana Kapetanovic
Picture from the serial Skojevka Minka. Serial consists of black and white photographs, made between 2011 and 2018. It is an ongoing project.
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Sophia W?hleke
H?liotropisme
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EVA BESLEME
Golden Sheeps
Sans titre
Maria Munzi
35mm
auenhammer-family family of no man (6)
Natascha Auenhammer
Very proud this Hunter
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Chiara Pavolucci
you took care of me
Niche Construction
Clare  Hoddinott
C-type print 21.2 X 29.4 INCH 540 X 749 MM
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Katrin Streicher
EPA Tractor Youth
Untitled 1 (Deliverwho series, 2018)
Becky Morris Knight
Amazon delivery: PuttOUT Pressure Putt Trainer
Pertenezco
Bibiana Macias
Pertenezco se basa en la presi?n que nos hace sentir constantemente la moda, principalmente a las mujeres a ser aceptadas por c?mo lucimos f?sicamente. Asimismo, pretende representar el consumismo en el que caemos involuntariamente al formar parte de la sociedad. En la actualidad nos resulta muy f?cil confundir los lujos con nuestras verdaderas necesidades. En esta fotograf?a busco expresar el bienestar que nos produce seguir tendencias y estereotipos. Por lo menos esto es lo que aparentamos. Quiero mostrar esa contraposici?n de sentimientos, ya que en el fondo estamos ?atrapadas? al ser algo que en verdad no deseamos ser. Me gustar?a que mi obra sirviera para concienciarnos de que no debemos sentirnos oprimidas por los est?ndares de la sociedad. Busquemos ser nosotras mismas.
sketches 2
Daria Hristova
I photograph my body. Through pregnancies and breastfeeding, with increasing age, in changing moods, changing hairstyles and poses. What does my body tell about me?
15 Kinds of Loneliness
Kristi Lindroth
From the series "15 Kinds of Loneliness"
River Stories 5 Mandy Williams
Mandy Williams
This photograph was taken in Erith, South East London in May 2017. The road I was on has a river running either side of it with riverbanks leading to stretches of open land. It is a place of natural beauty that has been damaged by years of aggressive fly-tipping. The road leads to an industrial estate and is away from the town centre making it an easy target for illegal dumping. This mattress was left here years ago and is slowly disintegrating.
River Stories 7 Mandy Williams
Mandy Williams
This photograph was taken in Erith, South East London in May 2017. The road I was on has a river running either side of it with riverbanks leading to stretches of open land. It is a place of natural beauty that has been damaged by years of aggressive fly-tipping. The road leads to an industrial estate and is away from the town centre making it an easy target for illegal dumping. This chair has been in the river for years and is slowly disintegrating. Around it are plastic bottles, cups, and containers.
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cemre yesil
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cemre yesil
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hoops
Weronika Wo_niak
scan from negative
vineyard
Weronika Wo_niak
scan from negative
Miriam, Jumbo Rock
Daisy Johnson
Miriam in Jumbo Rocks Campsite.
Woods #1
Alice Fiorenza
Woods of Sardinia.
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Shannon Kerr
9/10
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Shannon Kerr
6/10
Shannon-Kerr-01
Shannon Kerr
1/10
Template of Ideal Homes 14
Liu Liu
Inkjet prints, 14 by 12 inches
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Novella Oliana
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Novella Oliana
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Home
Fern Leigh Albert
Home
Sha in the Bath
Fern Leigh Albert
Sha in the Bath
I Saw You Where We Never Were
Mina Markovic
A dream
2-Haidong North Mountain Forest Park construction site, Dali, China, 2017
Yan Wang Preston
A line of transplanted palm trees covered by green plastic to keep warm in Dali's winter. This area is 2,000 meters above the sea level and too cold for the palm trees. The trees are planted in an artificial forest park on top of a mountain. The original landscape has been wiped out.
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Aminta Pierri
Pneuma 06
The Watcher
landry major
Preserved coyote that died on the land that The Mountains Restoration Trust stewards that was singed in the fire that destroyed their building.
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Eva Maria Ocherbauer
From the series THE HORN OF PLENTY which displays plastic debris at the Elegushi beach in Lagos. As a result of human conducts elemental forces are dissolving these objects, initiating a cycle of decomposition which leads to micro-plastic contamination in the global environment. As an artistic approach to this phenomena THE HORN OF PLENTY focuses on control and the loss of it. What is actually happening here is getting out of hand entirely. Manipulations are defining the images by added objects, here a man sleeping in a bag in the streets of Berlin.
Angelica Petryshyn Untitled-6
Angelica Petryshyn
Figure propped into tree branch nook
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Weronika J_drzejczak
The contradiction of love is fear
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Diana Crandall
An unidentified fish lays dead in the sun, killed by red tide.
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Diana Crandall
The jawbone of an eel bleaches in the sun.
Expedition Pass 01 2017 JESSIE BOYLAN
Morganna Magee
Photographic records of the Central Victorian goldfields depict a barren, flattened landscape populated by diggers but devoid of trees. By 1852, the Castlemaine Diggings had a population of 40-60,000 people, mostly migrants from Europe and Asia, who had uprooted the ironbark Eucalyptus? trees and got about laying claim to their patches of wishful wealth. Anything but a romantic time, historical accounts nevertheless removed the trace and presence of the traditional Aboriginal owners of the area, the Jaara people, and held in regard the importance of the Goldfields in boosting Melbourne?s prosperity. This work looks at the inherent fallibility of photography?s claim to truth, depicting instead, places marked, tarnished and altered by the settler-colonial project in Australia. Seen by Jessie Boylan at 10:51am
Nathalie Vigini (10)
Nathalie Vigini
connection
Distant Transmissions #10
Christine Zuercher
Gum Bichromate
Pool with Chopped Up Mangrove Leaves after Hurricane Irma
Anastasia Samoylova
FloodZone series
Rusting Ford Crown Victoria
Anastasia Samoylova
FloodZone series
Diminution, 24
Sara Fields
Archival Pigment Print
Untitled
Christine Collins
From the series "Oil/Cloth"
Death's Metaphor 3
Wenqingao Lei
a chicken in museum
Imagined Land, 3
Danielle Ezzo
constructed landscape, archival inkjet print
The Venus's crust 01
Carol Espindola
The body as a sculptural object and landscape. Landscape as a study. The landscape in the study.
Untitled
Justine Marasigan
Thomas Street and Erin Mills Parkway
A SECRET LIFE OF ANIMALS#17
Anne Brenner
digital print
Untitled
Jude Wall
5x4 Black and white negative image.
Naked Soul 03
M?lanie Patris
The serie of photographs I chose to show you here emanates from a process of several years. They are a part of the What We Leave Behind process. The first ones were realized in 2006 and the lastest are dating of this year 2018. They come from silver and digital techniques. I chose them because they show the process made towards the physical territories that join my inner quest. They are showing my inner demons as much as my heavenly and paradisciacal visions. A mise en abyme of the meeting of the borders between inside and outside. In this series death is joining life is the essence of the both side story of life.
Ambient Pressure 11
Rebecca Najdowski
inkjet print
After the End (Mare Crisium)
Zoe Hatziyannaki
After the End (Mare Crisium) reflects on the relations between society, technology and nature and the dystopian scenarios that largely surround them today. It attempts, at the same time, to suggest the notion of movement and transition and the importance of passage, as a means of reinventing ourselves and our futures within the world.
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Fanni Olin Dahl
Emilia getting water to the sauna
nuria guerra NEXUS 007
N?ria Guerra
Flysch
CARTON ROUGE COUZINIER COSMOS
Couzinier Lise
Un bras lev? tel une branche au centre de l?image, droit comme un piquet, avec comme unique fruit un carton rouge, signe de sanction imm?diate et d?terminante pour la tournure des ?v?nements. Performance photographique au beau milieu des coul?es de bauxite et restes d?alumine ? Vitrolles. D?chets issus de l?activit? de l?usine de Saint-Louis est implant?e dans la basse vall?e du ruisseau des Aygalades ? Marseille (1906-1939). L'image est d?apparence belle. il faut s?approcher et voir de plus pr?s. Elle questionne l?homme et son rapport ? la nature, ? son environnement. O? en est-il ? Il est encore temps de r?agir, sanction et expulsion ! Voil? le r?sultat d?une pollution cr??e par une usine d?aluminium ce qui a irr?versiblement modifi? tout le paysage. Carton rouge ! L?homme s?enlise dans ses erreurs, il s?enterre vivant. Performance : la photographie est prise avec un retardateur, je dispose alors de seulement 10 secondes pour mettre le carton rouge.
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michela palermo
The municipality of Vajont was established in 1971 by separating part of the municipal territory of Maniago (Pordenone). In this area a new inhabited center was built to house the survivors of the Vajont disaster from Erto and Casso. The dam and the ideal landscape of the lake are represented in the murals.
FREE-FORM JOSE_PHINE MICHEL
Jos?phine Michel
This photograph, entitled Free-form, was taken in Edimburgh zoo in late May, 2018. It doesn?t belong to any series nor to any preconceived ensemble yet. The treatment of its subject matter, a horde of Meerkats, attempts to undermine the usual way of depicting these animals as cute, quirky, friendly, and almost always merely anthropomorphic creatures. Their frequent appropriation in animated form as lovable props in insurance adverts completes humankind's ruthless erasure of them of them as wildly other, autonomous creatures. Through the violent undertones of this image?s scene, tensions impose themselves: ?between the photographic form, and its implications of stasis and fixity, and the animal as a?process; between the muteness of the photographic image, and the array of elusive sounds and loud noises that emanate from it; between the enclosure of these Meerkats, and the extreme singularity and liberty of their ?togethering?.?
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Sunshine Tourtillott
Proud of his kill
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bowie Fan
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the Untitled from Under the Yuzu Tree
Feiyi Wen
By rethinking the representation and represented objects derived from nature, I am attempt to examining the complexity of landscape tradition within the cultural context. In offering an alternative way of looking I will reveal these ?seamless connection? between the parallel imagery. There are two different layers of absence: the absence of things and absence of meaning. The?ambiguity and obscurity of signification in the image leads us to this pathos?(of absence). By juxtaposing them together, seeing the connection between each of them, there is perpetual layering of registers, the reading become vaguer as time progresses. The river is no longer a river, and the mountain is never there.
Elisa Gonzalez Miralles 01
elisa gonzalez miralles
Stromboli Vulcano
MarGimeno OO arbol
MAR GIMENO
MarGimeno OO arbol
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Mercedes Marta Aquino
Woman awake
If there was someone to keep me at home - it would be you.8
Christel Thomsen
In my search for intimacy and contradictions the landscape becomes an extension of our bodies and our bodies become landscapes. The fearful and vivid water next to the rock pillars becomes a metaphor for the masculine and the feminine, for something that is strong and solid opposed to something vivid and fluid. The naked body becomes a landscape that is both feminine and masculine, changeable and peaceful at the same time. And like an ocean that is both unfaithful and dangerous, but also sensual, a tear can be a sign of pain and sadness, but also happiness and joy.
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Benedetta  Panisson
Excess Island (2011-2017) is a film photographic project about an utopian island where every kind of relation has a sexual matrix. Islanders, waves, horizon, exceed the presumed margins of sexuality. A liminal sexuality that finds its own space in littoral land.
Alike
Valentina Loffredo
Camouflage. We are the buoys (our references/values) and we are the sand (our essence). We feel stuck and unable to move
Irma B
Sarah Knudtson
Scanned Emulsion lifts of debris and downed trees taken after Hurricane Irma tracked over the state of Florida.
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Maria-Magdalena Dabrowski
Please note: This is a small selection and all the analogue photo?s still have to be cleaned from dust, and in a later stage edited (putted in the right order and so on). Final outcome will be hopefully a book and an exhibition.
A flooded place where first you roar
Nadia del Pozo
An old woman's foot slips out from under a goat skin that is thoroughly cleaned before being taken away to be impregnated with salt in order to begin the tanning process.
The Warm Ice
Dace Voitkevi_a
Ecology. People are seeking for the reunion with nature and to find the healing power in it after disillusion in technology progress. The closing event of the winter swimming season in J_rmala gathers together dozens of individuals and club members from all over the country on the end of March
Mud Flow
Olga Papakonstantopoulou
Pigs in one of the few farms which are still maintained in the area.
Longing II
Nayab Ikram
Longing II Archival Pigmentprint, Diasec 30 x 45 cm Edition of 2/5 + 2 A.P 2012 Part of the the body of work ?In Between?, consists of potraits of a Salvadora Oleoides tree and a Pinetree, where I see parts of myself reflecting in the trees.The picture of the Salvadora Oleoides tree, was taken in Badshahi Mosque, in Lahore, Pakistan. While the photo of the Pinetree was taken in the countryside in Ostrobothnia, a region of Finland. The trees symbolise origins and roots, and also remind us that humans should not be defined on the basis of origin but rather on context. But the trees also symbolise the sense of home and the fact that you can feel at home in more than one place.
Undersea observatory
Meg Hewitt
The Undersea Observatory at Katsuura is situated 280km south of the Daiichi Nuclear Powerplant and is a popular place to observe undersea life.
Diorama
Paula Pedrosa
Artic II
Diorama
Paula Pedrosa
Amazonian Rainforest I
Burnt Field
Chelsea Darter
30 x 20 ", Archival Pigment Print
Refugee in the times of global warming (category: ecology)
Max Moldau
category: ecology
Swimming in Sand
Esra Klein
A woman carries a heavy bucket of wet sand out of the sea. The buckets weigh about 40 kg and cause many early knee and back injuries.
Aunt Janna in the garden
Michela Carmazzi
"Now, I want to see if the Diabetes Centre still say I don?t get enough exercise!"
The Snake
Amy Li
Two men present a (harmless) yellow python snake to potential buyers on the street.
Stu_tzle 5
Amrita Stuetzle
Tanika at the bowling alley
Stu_tzle 7
Amrita Stuetzle
Genesis at the diner
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Izzy de Wattripont
Band Practice
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Carla Yovane
Andres (33) male prostitute from Valdivia, Chile, currently working in Santiago. He is with his client on a motel bedroom. Personal work.
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Karolina  Wojtas
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labour
Ting Miao
labour on the La Rambla
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Katrin Koenning
N/A
KK POTT 05
Katrin Koenning
N/A
Klueppel Mosuo 09
Karolin Kl?ppel
Asa Pure, 67, looks out the window of her home. Below: Asa Pure was young when the Red Army came to her region in the late 1950s. Over the next few decades, Communists tried to dismantle much of the Mosuo?s traditions, burning monasteries and prayer books and outlawing walking marriages. That practice continues in many homes, yet the Dabu consider the rise of communism to be the beginning of their culture?s end.
Alex
Laura Rodari
pola - archive note
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Lilla Sz?sz
Monica and Alexander
Trace (cinder blocks)
Caleb Cole
Photograph from hand-assembled collage
LADY?S SALT
Janine Gon?alves
working people with what the sea gives
Miss Seraphim, Ready to Serve at the Holy Communion Banquet
Kristin Bedford
Father Divine, known to his followers as God, once had ten of thousands of devotees in 1930s Harlem. To the outside world Father Divine died in 1965, but for his followers he ?lay his body down? and is still with them as he always has been. Now in their seventies, eighties, and nineties, eighteen of the remaining celibate followers live with Mother Divine at Father?s estate outside of Philadelphia. Most of these followers are women who refer to each as ?sisters?. They believe in eternal life and reject all constructs and language around aging. In 2013, I spent five weeks living with and photographing this community. With the lack of new followers, their movement is likely in its final chapter. My visit felt like a special intersection of time, history, and devotion. I had the chance to experience their traditions before they fade away. With these photographs I hope to offer glimpses of a mysterious and enduring faith.
Miss Life and Miss Truth
Kristin Bedford
Father Divine, known to his followers as God, once had ten of thousands of devotees in 1930s Harlem. To the outside world Father Divine died in 1965, but for his followers he ?lay his body down? and is still with them as he always has been. Now in their seventies, eighties, and nineties, eighteen of the remaining celibate followers live with Mother Divine at Father?s estate outside of Philadelphia. Most of these followers are women who refer to each as ?sisters?. They believe in eternal life and reject all constructs and language around aging. In 2013, I spent five weeks living with and photographing this community. With the lack of new followers, their movement is likely in its final chapter. My visit felt like a special intersection of time, history, and devotion. I had the chance to experience their traditions before they fade away. With these photographs I hope to offer glimpses of a mysterious and enduring faith.
Irene
Paola Bragado
As in so many works linked to the self-exhibition of the female body and sex, the fichera - women who work in nightclubs and who are paid to accompany a client to dance, tradition in same clubs in Mexico - poses a problem of lack of distance between the working woman and her status as an object for the male gaze.In this series of portraits, I decided to start working around yoga and how it is associated related to self-knowledge, and a certain dimension -banalized- of spirituality. Since the sessions were held in the nightclubs, the work was developed in view of the clients. For the male audience that was an involuntary witness of the work sessions, an exhibition of the female body outside the sanitary perimeter in which they usually relate to the ficheras. The work calls for new ways of interpretation, both towards the observer of the woman and the woman who exhibits her body. Advocates a way of looking at the other responsible and committed.
Sculpting stones
Dimitra Doukaki
Sculpting stones
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GIHAN TUBBEH
Transexual working in the streets.
Early morning in Harar, Ethopia
Mercedes  Debeyne
Little girl observing the awakening of her home town Harar. It was very early in the morning and I noticed this little girl from far away and I hoped she would not move
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Sara Jane Boyers
Worker at Shinola Corporation, New Jobs for Detroit
Below the Big Top
Lieh Sugai
Leo the Clown cheers up the audience between acts. He is one of the most popular performers and also serves as a tour guide during the morning tent raising.
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wei chang
An on-going project presents the absurdity of the modern society. The uncertain political situation in Taiwan makes people seek for superficial happiness. We live within an artificial wonderland full of theme parks, amusement arcades and commercial areas. These splendid places are designed to satisfy desires of humen. The pleasure is temporary, but people still love it and enjoy it.
Chloe Heydenrych, Paige Titus, Ashnique Paulse, Elizabeth Jordan and Chleo de Kock
Alice Mann
Fairmont MajorettesChloe Heydenrych, Paige Titus, Ashnique Paulse, Elizabeth Jordan and Chleo de Kock, on their practice session over a national public holiday. The team makes use of every availible chance to practise, meaning there are no days off.
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Jessica Mangaba
Aunt Juraci, Brazilian farmer, illiterate.
Welding Screen
Alessia Pizzanelli
I wonder if I should try welding sometime
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Luisa Nolasco
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Seductions
Romane Bladou
This image represents the stripclub Seductions and is part of the series PDXXX.
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Miriam O' Connor
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SOPHIE-BOURSAT: Alexandrie 93: The truth
Sophie Boursat
Image from the work "Isis pharmacienne", working about the "oracular tong" at the founders..
A possibility
Nathalie GHANEM-LATOUR
A team of 3D lazer scanners make scans of statues at le Chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte for restoration
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Anila Gill
I would love to follow a light breeze and fly in search of such companions