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Coal Mine: Aerial Photography of the Largest Man-Made Holes in the World When something is referred to as "Europe's biggest hole", it's not likely to be a pretty sight. As the biggest Opencast Coal Mining Pit of Germany, the Hambach opencast mine sprawls across 85 square kilometres ... Dec. 13, 2019
In Landscapes: Alternate States in Parallel Time The area that surrounds Athens is composed by certain antitheses: the vast urban surface meets with the countryside. Surrounded by the silence of centenarian olive groves, meadows, mountains and seas, the city today ... Nov. 28, 2019
Admirable Photo-tour Experience of Nomadic Life by French Photographer Stéphane de Rouville After viewing French photographer Stéphane de Rouville’s touchable series Ga Bra, Into the Heart of Tradition I & II, someone may have curiosity about his picture-related experience. Fortunately ... Sep. 27, 2019
​Thomas Ruff: Transforming Photography The exhibition provides an overview of the artist’s prodigious career, ranging from a seminal early series to two bodies of new work that were initiated in 2018, tripe and flower.s. Jun. 10, 2019
Le-Musée: Incredible Frescoes and Paintings on the Walls of Abandoned Homes The time travel experienced by Romain Veillon in his photographic world was quite different than the time flashes in that those involved merely an presentation of abandoned subjects with a future or past ... Mar. 26, 2019
Silent Ghost: The Saint-Joseph Island's History "The silent", "The man-eater" or even "The dry guillotine"; there has been many adjectives to describe how tough was the conditions of living that the worst prisoners had to face when there were sent to ... Jan. 21, 2019
Ask the Dust: Photo Collection of Abandoned Places Ever since Roman Veillon can remember, he has always been fascinated by derelict places because of a few childhood exploration as well as loved to go there and try to imagine what could have been their ... Jan. 04, 2019
Invitational Exhibition: “From Chang'an to Rome -- China-Italy College Photography Invitational Exhibition” Ⅳ Chang'an is one of the typical representatives of Chinese culture, and Rome is also an irreplaceable civilization highlands in the western world. Chang'an is "magnificent" and "majestic", and Rome is... Oct. 19, 2018
Artist Making The Invisibles Possible To Be Visible Through Claymation When the Colombian photographer, Edgar Alvarez, moved to Los Angeles he was stuck by a strange phenomenon. Walking around a city where everyone drives a car, he saw what many failed to notice because they remain so ... Oct. 19, 2018
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design: 'All the World's a Stage' - Video Interview of PCA&D's Talents at PIP Festival The Photography Department at the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design (PCA&D), located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, is committed to offering instruction in all facets of photography. We believe it is ... Oct. 16, 2018
Shortlist for the 2018 Architectural Photography Awards revealed The shortlist for the 2018 Architectura​l Photography Awards have been revealed, bringing together 20 atmospheric images of the built environment. Categories this year ranged from a “portfolio of an individual building to a single abstract: with a professional camera or on a mobile phone.” Oct. 08, 2018
Shoji Ueda Retrospective Exhibition Three Shadows Photography Art Centre is proud to present the first extended retrospective exhibition of Shoji in China, featuring 141 early and late works ranging from the sand dunes series (which has become a by word for Shoji) to his fashion photographs that helped trigger a reappraisal of his achievement. Sep. 18, 2018
The romantic France port city—Le Havre Slowly rebuilt in the striking architectural style of modernism, the 500-year-old city soon rose from ashes to become one of France’s most extraordinary 20th-century urban designs. Jul. 25, 2018
Stories Of People With Rare Diseases In the years since the photographer Ceridwen Hughes’ son was diagnosed, he has met hundreds of families affected by rare disease and the one thing most report feeling is isolated, because there is so little understanding. With an estimated 6000 rare diseases affecting 35 million people across Europe alone he wanted to create a project that encouraged people to want to know more. Jul. 05, 2018
Power of ballet program to one of Africa’s biggest slums Fredrik Lerneryd spent the last year and a half photographing a group of ballet dancers in the Kibera neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya, one of the largest urban slums in Africa.  Jul. 03, 2018
The picturesque town in Switzerland II A peaceful lakeside village, in complete contrast to the bustle of Lucerne, Weggis has a wonderful location at the base of Mount Rigi. The area is known as the Lucerne Riviera - thanks to its sheltered position under the Rigi, there is a mild climate with flourishing palm trees and orchids. Jul. 03, 2018
Soccer Fields Around the World One of the most appealing aspects of soccer is its simplicity --- a ball, some open space, goal markers, and you can play. As the 2018 World Cup reaches the round of 16 in Russia, with matches held in massive modern ... Jun. 29, 2018
Egypt’s best foods If you know where to look, you'll find that there is much more to Egyptian cuisine than the triumvirate of kebab, falafel, and shawarma. Sure, shish tawooq (grilled chicken) and kofta(grilled meatballs) are ubiquitous on menus, and falafel and shawarma are street food big-hitters. Jun. 28, 2018
Stunning Alps of Stunning Alps - Triglav National Park Situated in the northwest corner of tiny Slovenia, a nation on the Adriatic sea between eastern Italy, Austria, and Croatia, you’ll find Triglav - the second-oldest national park in Europe. Preserved in some form for nearly a century, it’s more than just a popular nature spot. Along with the surrounding Julian Alps, Triglav is the location of the country’s most iconic landscapes, starting with the fabled fairy-tale town of Bled and its beautiful namesake lake. Jun. 14, 2018
The tiny island with human-sized money Hundreds of these extraordinary, human-sized discs of rock are scattered all over the island; some outside the island’s few hotels, others in rows close to the beach or deep in the forests. Each village even has a stone money bank where pieces that are too heavy to move are displayed on the malal Jun. 01, 2018
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