A few years ago, Feđa Kiselički started channelling his creative efforts into the making of a series of mouldscapes or images of landscape-like scenery depicting the spread of mould over neglected food items in his refrigerator.
This exhibition presents a series of photographs by French photographer Philippe Poncet (1963-2015). Philippe Poncet trained as a professional photographer and also studied philosophy under Jean-Maurice Monnoyer, a professor at the Collège de France.
Serbia – Beautiful and Blind is a visual diary without beginning or end, about a piece of land in the Balkans and the people who live there. This documentary project explores everyday life, privileges and consequences of living in an undefined system of values.
Unspoken brings together portraits and testimonies of women and men from Spain, the United States and Mexico, who have suffered sexual abuse during childhood by family members, trusted people, priests and respected members of their community.
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