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Interviews with documentary photographers

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Russian village – Alexandra Demenkova

Alexandra Demenkova (*1980) is russian photographer devoted to social documentary photography, currently based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. “Although I asked my parents to buy me a camera at the age of nine, I only got my first camera at the age of nineteen. I’m happy that photography has happened to […]

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Hidden world of periphery – Andrej Reiser

Andrej Reiser (*1949) is slovak photographer known more abroad than in his home country. He touches a sensitive subjects. He photographed the transsexual men working as prostitutes in Germany’s harbour city Hamburg in the late 1970s. The resulting images are in a way a documentary photographer’s dream, having […]

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DEAD TRAFFIC – Kim Thue

In March 2012 his debut book “DEAD TRAFFIC” was released by Dienacht Publishing in conjunction with a solo exhibition at the Freelens Gallery in Hamburg. He is represented by the Italian photo agency Prospekt and currently lives in London.

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Welcome to Lagos – Laco Maďar

Photographic essay by Laco Maďar was created between 2011 and 2016. It documents the daily lives of people of middle and lower class in sub-Saharan largest metropolis Lagos. The discovery of black gold in Nigeria has resulted in turning away from agriculture, fishing, textile industry and mining. People […]

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