The Vintage Photo Festival is an international event that has been held since 2015 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. The unique festival provides access to several exhibitions, such
The works of the Slovak photographer Andrea Koporová are easily recognizable for their special characteristics: spaces filled with a surreal atmosphere, vivid color tones, sensitive female
The picturesque landscapes of Eastern Europe lead us to forgotten villages, small communities. The identity of Central and Eastern Europe is inspiring to many photographers, as
”The world is a book, and those who do not travel only read a single page.” – With this quote from St. Augustine of Hippo, Levente
Leaving our homeland is not always easy, and returning feels like a big dose of nostalgia is on our shoulders. Polish Joanna Wzorek, a London-based photographer’s
First a surfboard, then a camera – goes the recipe of Krysztof Jędrzejak with which he shoots breathtaking photos of the Baltic Sea. The nature photographer
Photographer Yang Xiao traveled to ex-Soviet, ex-Yugoslav, and Eastern European countries, to capture forgotten, colossal monuments in a futuristic style. Xiao combined all the passions of
She got from Gyula to Cambodia, traveled around the world, and finally returned home. The adventurous story of self-taught photographer Vivien Arató did not end there.
The works of Bucharest-based artist and freelance photographer Felicia Simion are balancing between raw reality and a misty dream world: she creates her own universe in
The exhibition of Anthony Paul Marchetti recently opened in Budapest’s TOBE gallery talks about a search for identity, Eastern European fates, resolving family trauma and the
The name of Slovak stylist and photographer Maria Švarbová may be familiar to our regular readers: using the socialist-functionalist buildings that define her art, she reaches
The surreal world of the Kyiv metro network has more than once inspired the creative arts. It was the same with Michał Klimecki, a Czech-born 3D
Photographer Roxi Pop left her partner and her apartment in Cluj-Napoca behind to spend the lockdown with her family in Mediaș and thus to save money. What started
In his latest photo series, Turkish self-taught photographer Apo Genç shots Hamburg nights: his photos show an industrial environment, deserted streets and lonely people, spiced up
Shower gel, dishwashing liquid, oil and honey flow through the compositions made up of cakes, sponges, machine parts and flowers in Paloma Rincón’s new photo series.