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A Journey of Salvation
Marcela Ferri went on the mystic journey accompanied with her analogue camera to visit the salvation mountain. The series I'm Still Here...
16 November 2017
The last free place in America
The last free place in America is a camp in the Californian desert, commonly known as Slab City. Here, runaway boys and old hippies live...
07 November 2017
Nicholas White’s mountain treasures
Bothies are a type of refuge for mountain pilgrims. Scattered around the English countryside, these unlocked stone huts offer an...
17 October 2017
A Recovered Youth with Kamisalak
In Kamisalaks work, a clear understanding of different passages of life and individual personality traits are illustrated through her...
05 October 2017
Lorena Lohr : ‘Ocean Sands’
It was at the age of 20, that Lorena Lohr left England to go to New York. From then on she begun a personal, photographic journey with...
22 September 2017
‘F(l)ight’ following the multi personalities of Boston
Deividas Buivydas left his native country of Lithuania to come and study photography in England. In 2016, he photographed the small town...
14 September 2017
Memoirs of My 20s
Clara Belleville’s photography mirrors her subjects. They are both unabashed, hectic and spontaneous. In a Parisian cafe, this young...
27 August 2017
Paz Errázuriz, scouting the humane
Paz Errázuriz has been photographing for more than 50 years, but her gaze reflects a childlike amazement, an infantine curiosity. The...
11 July 2017
“A Sunny Place for Shady People”
At first glance, the Gold Coast, in Australia, is a sunny paradise. But scraping beneath the polished surface, you will find an obscure...
15 June 2017
Latest picks #140
Every Monday, the editors at Fisheye publish their latest picks and allow you to discover the talent of young photographers, whether...
12 June 2017
Visual Diary of Tenderness
Shot with a film camera, Chris Coyle’s pictures are beautiful objects. The photographer captures his everyday life, careful to detect...
02 June 2017
A more disconcerting Japan, by Sean Lotman
After spending 10 years in Japan, the American Sean Lotman has unveiled a disconcerting and psychedelic series about the country, far...
28 November 2016
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Readers picks #355
Alexander Kaller and Stephen Sillifant, our readers picks #355, both escape the frenzy of our world to produce peaceful images – a...
30 August 2021
British seaside, round animals and Céline Sciamma: Max Miechowski’s Chinese portrait
Trained as a musician, British artist Max Miechowski turned to photography after a long trip to Southeast Asia. Portraits...
25 August 2021
Instagram selection #312
Through portraits or landscapes, the artists of our Instagram selection #312 never stop experimenting. All of them seek new textures and...
24 August 2021
The labourer who turned mud into silver
With Zilverbeek (Silver creek), Lucas Leffler explores the myth of a worker who made his wealth from the mud that lined the bottom of a...
23 August 2021