At a moment of no particular significance one says: "Don't move" or "Un instant, s'il te plaît!" And takes a photograph.
"It was mostly like a rollercoaster, not all the times it was fun and personally for me it wasn't easy to face the truth of the situation."
A collaborative work of the Mexican photographer Claudia López Ortega together with her daughter, that addresses the notion of motherhood.
..."There are personal stuff, pictures of christian devotees practicing their penitence, pictures of porn shoots, and my mislabelled Kinbaku sessions."
The book feels like an intimate conversation between the two lovers, where one obsessively photographs and the other writes notes.
A journey in the heart of the world's rift.
"But your eyes - they’re beautiful. They’re wild, crazy, like some animal peering out of a forest on fire.” – Charles Bukowski
Ano Meria is a work about the loss and absence of the one I loved.
"It was a kind of spatiotemporal movement as if I went back to where my soul had been. There were memories full of love and sadness."
The beauty of a clear and strong photographic vision without the burden of explanation.
This book is a two years endless blink of happiness.
Made over the course of 10 years, "Oyster" is a visual diary compiled by Marco Marzocchi as clues to understand his absent parents.
"Archaia" is a photographic project by Verónica Losantos, that explores the phenomenon of disappearing.
I always get nervous when I have to introduce myself and the only phrase that's left in my brain is: "Hi, my name is Josh and I like to take pictures".