The photographer watches his nephew grow up.
Made over the course of 10 years, "Oyster" is a visual diary compiled by Marco Marzocchi as clues to understand his absent parents.
You cannot delay time, let alone stop it – really?
In the analog photo series “Prelude”, I explore how it is – and how it was – to be a child.
A ten-year-old boy was drowning. Fear had already left him. The green strands of water weed flowed before his eyes.
This special edition of 'dienacht' presents new work from the photographers of the second Postgraduate class of the Ostkreuzschule for Photography.
My photographs portray a series of contorted body parts, juxtaposed with ordinary yet highly stylized props.
Most of my childhood, I spent in block of flats. Claustrophobic and unpleasant room between the walls kept me dreaming about the space, in my mind and […]
My family roots back to England, but I was born in Israel. I was a child on a fence; a daughter to a migrating family. The house within culturally [...]
Italy, 2011-2013 A journey between the past and the present through the images of my childhood’s house, in the northern Italy countryside, revising [...]