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Terra Nostra by Mimi Mollica

Mimi Mollica has forged a world in conflict at the printspace. Mollica’s world is, specifically, Sicily – an island continually struggling to emancipate itself from its traumatic past. He calls his conception of Sicily “Terra Nostra” or “Our Land,” “our” being a reference to the

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Terra Nostra by Mimi Mollica

Mimi Mollica has forged a world in conflict at the printspace. Mollica’s world is, specifically, Sicily – an island continually struggling to emancipate itself from its traumatic past. He calls his conception of Sicily “Terra Nostra” or “Our Land,” “our” being a reference to the

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Helmut Newton: A Retrospective at Foam Amsterdam

Helmut Newton’s Retrospective opened its doors at Foam’s gallery in Amsterdam on 17th June. The mind-blowing retrospective of Newton’s work has overtaken the entire space on Amsterdam’s Keizersgracht. The exhibition includes more then 200 photographs, ranging from rarely exhibited early

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Helmut Newton: A Retrospective at Foam Amsterdam

Helmut Newton’s Retrospective opened its doors at Foam’s gallery in Amsterdam on 17th June. The mind-blowing retrospective of Newton’s work has overtaken the entire space on Amsterdam’s Keizersgracht. The exhibition includes more then 200 photographs, ranging from rarely exhibited early

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Photo London: The Best from the Photography Art World Returns to London

Photo London, the UK’s largest photography fair is back for 2016 hosted by Somerset house from 19-22 May. In its second year running, over 80 galleries from around the world are here to showcase works from early photographic masters to

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Photo London: The Best from the Photography Art World Returns to London

Photo London, the UK’s largest photography fair is back for 2016 hosted by Somerset house from 19-22 May. In its second year running, over 80 galleries from around the world are here to showcase works from early photographic masters to

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Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land

Josef Koudelka Born in Czechoslovakia in 1938, Josef Koudelka has been a Magnum photographer for over 40 years. Shortly after becoming a full time photographer in 1967, Koudelka quickly gained notoriety photographing the Soviet Invasion of Prague. Growing up behind

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Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land

Josef Koudelka Born in Czechoslovakia in 1938, Josef Koudelka has been a Magnum photographer for over 40 years. Shortly after becoming a full time photographer in 1967, Koudelka quickly gained notoriety photographing the Soviet Invasion of Prague. Growing up behind

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Preserving Cuba

Cuba is a street photographer’s dream. Scenes unfolding on every corner that could be taken from the 1960’s or earlier. Vintage cars & crumbling buildings are an integral part of Cuba’s charm. At the best of times Cuba can fascinate

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Preserving Cuba

Cuba is a street photographer’s dream. Scenes unfolding on every corner that could be taken from the 1960’s or earlier. Vintage cars & crumbling buildings are an integral part of Cuba’s charm. At the best of times Cuba can fascinate

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