- No products in the cart.
An examination of the role and meaning of the enemy image in the complex history and contested borders that shaped the countries of former Yugoslavia.
An intimate journey through the labyrinth of a family secret, focusing on the impossibility of secrets and intergenerational trauma.
The portrayal of a transcendental experience that explores encounters with alternative dimensions of reality and perceptions of otherworldly signs.
Extensive research on the invention of modern computers, the history of nuclear weapons and, in particular, the narratives of the women involved.
A documentary research into the deportations of ethnic Germans from Romania to Soviet forced labour camps on Stalin’s order in 1944.
Portraits of the families of detainees, who are suddenly confronted with ethical questions that put their relationships under great pressure.
A photo-text book that attempts to decode the complex kidnapping phenomenon on Sardinia between the 1960s and the 1990s.
An exploration of sceneries, residents, refugees and animals in Jordan, using photography to make sense of what Alleva Lilley was seeing and feeling.
A memorable photo project about the coping process of surviving relatives of suicides in West Flanders, Belgium.
Documenting the offspring of Japanese soldiers and Indonesian women, born during the Pacific War, now living in the Netherlands.
A poignant but serene look at a childhood home that was destroyed by fire.
A moving photo story about a young man born blind, captured during the twilight hours of the day in his apartment.