When Congolese government troops fled the town of Bunagana in 2012, they left behind their personal photos. Photographer Michele Sibiloni was there to collect them.
Iranian Living Room is a collection of 15 photo reportages, shot by 15 Iranian photographers all under the age of 25, in 15 different homes. Everything seems so normal, and yet it is not.
Thames Town is the perfect little English village. Except that it's in China.
Georg Parthen is fascinated by utopia. The German photographer confesses finding inspiration in science-fiction movies and novels, while his beauty ideals draw on the “brutal and formalistic” architecture of Germany’s Rurh region.
American presidents didn't used to advertise. It all started with Rosser Reeves, the same adman who coined: "Melts in your mouth, not in your hand".
"Photos don’t necessarily represent the climax of the story", Balley explains, "but rather a time just prior or after it. We never see the crime represented overtly in the photos, but it is present somewhere”.