photographic essays

photographic essays

“Nebbia” by Alexander Bronfer

Nebbia by Alexander Bronfer “Local fog in Venice has a name: nebbia. It obliterates all reflections … and everything that has a shape: buildings, people, colonnades, bridges, statues.”― Joseph Brodsky, Watermark   BIO Born in the USSR (Ukraine), studied in St. Petersburg and lived in Lithuania. After arriving in Israel, I lived in a kibbutz in …

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“Semana Santa en los Pueblos Blancos” by Andrew Sullivan

Semana Santa en los Pueblos Blancos by Andrew Sullivan Ronda, Spain – In southwest Spain, white-painted towns cluster around canyons and nestle in the shelter of hillsides. This is Andalucía, the sunburned land that has been home to diverse cultures for thousands of years.  Paleolithic hunter-gatherers painted figures of animals on their cave walls. Romans …

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“Borderlands, an American Journey” by Francesco Anselmi

“Borderlands, an American Journey” by Francesco Anselmi Along a border at the center of the political and journalistic debate, “Borderlands” aims to develop a narration capable of going beyond the emergency perspective under which the US/Mexico border related issues are often presented and to vehicle the complexity of this 3600 kilometers long line that has …

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Burn Magazine Print Sale

Burn Magazine Print Sale SEE FULL COLLECTION October 17 – 23, 2022 The first ever Burn Magazine Print Sale is LIVE. Our museum quality signed archival pigment prints are 6×9 inch image size on an 8.5×11 inch paper. Printed by Davide di Gianni in Rome. The full collection to be purchased from today until Sunday October 23, …

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