INDUSTRIA

A voluminous photographic collection by Václav Jirásek documents the workers, interiors and monumentality of decaying, perishing and abandoned Czech and Moravian metallurgic works.

NOAH’S ARK

A keen eye of Czech artist Štěpánka Sigmundová documents the ever-changing world around her through long-term, evolving photographic series.

IF U GO FAR REMEMBER THE ROOTS

Let us present photographer Nika Davydova currently based in Moscow & Saint-Petersburg / Russia, with her black and white photo series about human roots.

ARTIFICAL TEARS

Slovak photographer Evelyn Bencicova constructs compelling narrative scenarios that blur the lines between reality, memory, and imagination — “fictions based on truth”.

THE XENOPHOBIC ATTITUDE OF POST-SOVIET COUNTRIES

A soft-toned photo series by Johana Kasalická leads us through a landscape where a mere passive existence might be perceived as a misplaced threat.

EVERYDAY SCULPTURES VOL.1

"Through the practice of wandering, I am attentive to the disruptions in our daily environments and ephemeral moments." Exclusive photo series by Czech born artist Julie Hrnčířová.

VIVID SUBJECTS

Are images our life? Are we being made into images by our habit of documenting life? Does our routine immersion in them dull our perception of reality or does it refine it?

DARK ISSUES

Czech photographer Eva Neužilova introduces her "Dark Issues" series with the main motive of our roots and our bond with exotic nature.

THE UNDERDOGS PT.3

“Outcasts, pariahs, underdogs, rotten tomatoes, rejects, untouchables, oath-breakers, scapegoats, that's what we call them!”

THE UNDERDOGS PT.2

“Outcasts, pariahs, underdogs, rotten tomatoes, rejects, untouchables, oath-breakers, scapegoats, that's what we call them!”

THE UNDERDOGS PT.1

“Outcasts, pariahs, underdogs, rotten tomatoes, rejects, untouchables, oath-breakers, scapegoats, that's what we call them!”

CZECHIA

Together with Filip Slivka, we’ve published the Czechia zine that was initially only supposed to map the bizarreness we saw around us daily, in a slightly mocking way. At that time, the new official weirdo name for our country, Czechia, was being approved and it seemed to fit our project nicely. In the end, we realized that we actually love all those, at first sight, ridiculous things because they bring a little life into the ruin and routine we are living.

KVASKOVA

Let us introduce the Eastern Slovak band Kvaskova with the charismatic photographs also from Slovak author Lena Luga.

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY IN THE WORLD

The title of this photo series work stems from the promotional phrase of current Ljubljana mayor who denoted the capital as the most beautiful city in the world.
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