Paulina Masevnina takes us to the spring countryside, a place of awakening wet soil, budding trees, and earthy fragrance of mud-covered fields. Wake up and sprout and soak in the sun as well.
Take a stroll around the empty corridors of a momentarily abandoned bathhouse with stories untold wafting through the air and catch a glance of a fleeting mirror reflection as you pass by. Is this who you’re looking for?
Beata Cervin’s playful photography will confuse your brain with its pop colors and everyday objects turned into new, unexpected combinations.
Let Simone Lini Trivulzio colour your desires and mirror your deepest yearnings.
Yulia Krivich captures the Ukrainian youth nestled away from the chilly scenes of mid-winter.
Intense yet tender, Dánae Cuesta balances between the extremes like the soft rays of sunlight tiptoeing on people’s skin in her photography.
Czech photographer Tereza Stouracova tests bodily reactions to allergens on her own skin.
Gabriele Rosati’s pictures strip it all down to the core.
An exploration of internal turmoil, Clodia mp’s pictures take you to the core of one’s tormented soul.
Playful and honest, Polly Brown’s photographs capture your attention through clever plays on words and unexpectedness.
Follow the path of scattered petals to tender self-exploration. Sara Lorusso’s photography captures the warmth and buzz of organic body.
Afternoon sun rays gently crawling on soft skin, relaxed torsos in pink hue. Lukasz Wierzbowski manages to capture fragile, profound moments through his camera lens.