North Bohemia is my birthplace and the place where, since 1991, I have been photographing the transformation of landscapes, communities and people as part of the project Fragments of North Bohemia.
Tomasz Lazar is a Polish photographer with expressive style of his journalistic and documentary creation. He has been awarded and globaly recognized on many world photo contests and his reportages have been published in famous magazines. The New York Times, Newswek International, or Los Angeles Times. This interview deals with […]
Life is just a play created and directed by god. God in the essay by Tomasz Lazar is replaced by mass Medias, which surround us and affect our life.
Using emerging technological advances in color photography, Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944) made numerous photographic trips to systematically document the Russian Empire.
The political system in the 80s was hiding these people in impersonal institutions as if they did not exist.
Since his first visit of Nicaragua in 2007, Martin Bandzak continued to return several times to document a life of community Subtiava where adolescent pregnancy is hidden. Early marriage, lack of sex education, gender double standards and religious prohibition of contraception are the main reasons why these girls […]
Fatemeh Behboudi (*1985) was born in Iran and her childhood and youth were spent in the name of war. The Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988) was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the 20th century. Casualty figures are highly uncertain, though the numbers of dead on both sides ran into […]
Fatemeh Behboudi focuses on capturing stories of her country. Iran is stigmatised by the iraque-iranian war (1980-1988), which left deep scarfs in lifes and souls of iranian people. Her series about mothers waiting on any message about their missing sons has been awarded at World Press Photo 2015. […]
Lewis W. Hine (1874 – 1940) was an American sociologist and photographer. Working as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), Lewis Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924.
Matúš Zajac (*1971) has got the art education at FAMU in Prague and at the Academy of Fine Arts and design in Bratislava where he was fully interested in documentary photography in atelier of Ľubo Stacho. He finished studies in 2003. Consciously he links the document with visual […]