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ART FOR THE DEAD

ULLI CLAURE IBARRA // Ulli is from Vienna, Austria, but has lived in several countries and has family ties to Bolivia. She has loved photography since she was little. Ulli shares a set of photos from what is perhaps the most colourful cemetery in the world, the Cementerio General de La Paz in Bolivia.

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE

SUZANNE PHOENIX // Suzanne is a Melbourne-based photographer whose photographs, in her own words, punctuate her life. Suzanne often focuses on a topic where she would like to see more representation or an interpretation by a female gaze. We share a set of ten photos from her latest project ‘Artists in Residence’, created with 52 […]

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MAKING A GODDESS

MONOJIT MONDAL // Monojit is a research engineer based in West Bengal, India. He considers photography his oxygen in his daily life. He enjoys capturing candid moments in the streets and surrounding areas, which are very lively and spontaneous. Monojit shared with us a set that shows the making of statues depicting the Hindu goddess […]

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GARDEN OF ART DELIGHTS

MELANIE MEGGS // Melanie is from Newcastle, Australia. Art has always been a big part of her life, having studied Fine Arts and majored in printmaking and painting. During a trip to Japan in 2018 she visited the Hakone Open-Air Museum, a vast outdoor gallery of modern sculptures and installations. She shared some of her […]

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CARIBBEAN VIBES IN LEEDS

JASON SHIPLEY // Jason is a passionate British documentary photographer from Kingston upon Hull. He documents the people he meets, often in long-term series. His photographs have been featured in magazines and at the British Museum. Jason shared some of his photos from the Leeds West Indian Carnival, the oldest such event in England.

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MARBLE AND DUST

SIMONE BATINI // Simone was born in Pietrasanta in Tuscany, Italy. His great passion for photography led him to dedicate himself to several series of photos of his home region´s places, landscapes, and people. Simone shared a series on modern sculptors turning the famous white Carrara marble into works of art.