• Marylise Vigneau’s Photographs From ‘Where Are All The Nomads Gone?’

    Marylise Vigneau‘s photographs from ‘Where are all the nomads gone?’ traverse the same visual landscape – albeit from a different angle – as Michael Palazzi did in his pictures from ‘Black Gold Hotel’. A series in which he explored the nomadic culture of Mongolia and the families who continue to live a traditional life in the Gobi… Continue Reading

    Marylise Vigneau’s Photographs From ‘Where Are All The Nomads Gone?’
  • Filiz Emma Soyak’s Impressionistic Paintings Are Rooted In Travel

    Filiz Emma Soyak‘s paintings are rooted in travel, movement and stories and deeply influenced by her experiences and multicultural upbringing in Europe, Asia and America. This constant travelling, soaking up histories, rituals and the social etiquettes of different cultures has led her to create pictures that reflect her peripatetic life. A view of the world… Continue Reading

    Filiz Emma Soyak’s Impressionistic Paintings Are Rooted In Travel
  • Markus Henttonen’s ‘Twisted Tales – Road to Hope’ Photographs

    Markus Henttonen‘s photographs from ‘Twisted Tales – Road to Hope’ take us on a journey through landscape, time and emotions, his pictures a convergence of geographic space, beautiful portraits and atmospheric images. Suburban roads heading to nowhere in particular yet all paths we take towards some sort of hope, peace and equilibrium.

    Markus Henttonen’s ‘Twisted Tales – Road to Hope’ Photographs