ROBERT KNAPMAN // Robert is an Australian visual artist and social documentary photographer. He likes to think of it as making reflections of moments of human life. He is also a human rights worker currently engaged in Sydney’s homeless sector. He combines his commitment to social justice with his passion for visual story telling. This […]
ROBERT SHERMAN // Robert Sherman, based in New York City, is the staff photographer for the Fire Island News. One of his favourite events of the year is the annual “Invasion of the Pines”, a Pride month event. In honor of this celebratory month we are pleased to share a selection of his portraits of […]
RUBER OSORIA // A year ago the young Cuban photographer Ruber Osoria, who migrated from Cuba to Chile on a long and wearying journey, walked through the streets of Santiago de Chile with his camera, capturing the art and slogans of rebellion painted on the city walls during a time of social upheaval in the […]
BERND GROSSECK // Bernd is from Graz, Austria, and in his photography he aims to show his city in a different light from the usual “classic sights” Graz is known for. He wants to show its diversity, and for this feature he shared pictures of an industrial building, which impresses with huge murals on its […]
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.
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 […]